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Apple

Eating dried fruit is one of the easiest ways to supply your body. 

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United States, daily body weight requirement is 2 cups for men and 1 and a half cup for women. As the volume of dried fruit decreases during the drying process, you should consider every half a cup of dried apple equivalent to one cup of fresh fruit. Dried apples are good sources of ingredients required to maintain your health and can form part of your healthy diet.

Fibre

  • One of the main benefits of dried apple is the presence of dietary fibre in it. A half-course meal of dried fruit contains 7.3 g of dietary fibre.
  • The fibre normalizes your bowel activity and prevents constipation. Also, fibre softens the digestion of food and prevent blood sugar abrupt fluctuations. A sudden rise in blood glucose and its immediate drop will make the body feel tired and hungry shortly after a meal. Since fibre makes you feel satiated after a meal, dried apples can be a great help for this.

Vitamins

  • Dried apples contain vitamins that can be very beneficial for the body.
  • Apples contain some vitamin A and C. These vitamins keep your bones and skin healthy. Apples also contain a large number of vitamin B family. These vitamins regulate your body's natural metabolism and nourish your liver and skin. Both of these vitamins help produce the chemicals needed for brain activity.

Minerals

  • Dried apples help your health with minerals. Potassium is a mineral substance that is essential for neurons and brain activity. Also, an apple contains iron; the body uses this iron to create new red blood cells.
  • The red blood cells carry oxygen to the cells. In addition, the dried apple contains some other minerals such as copper, manganese, and selenium.

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