An apple contains beneficial fibre – a good dose of it for relatively low calories – and this is important in maintaining positive gut health (keeping the bowels moving, you know!). Apples also contain a great supply of Vitamin C, and have been shown to reduce cardiovascular disease and stroke. Grab a washed organic apple and enjoy it whole, cut it up for little mouths or enjoy the sweet taste of apple in one of these three recipes.
Baked Apples with Cinnamon, Served with Crunchy Hemp Seed Granola
Lovely Soaked Muesli with Apples
We’ve chosen whole, natural ingredients in these recipes so as not to counteract the benefits of fruit with unnecessary sugar. In all your apple recipes, be sure to let the natural sweetness and flavour shine! How do you enjoy your apples?
Guest post by: Lianne Phillipson-Webb is the founder of Sprout Right (www.sproutright.com), a company that specializes in pre-conception, prenatal, and postnatal nutrition for women, as well as good food and health for the whole family. With over ten years of experience, Lianne is a registered nutritionist, author, member of the International Organization of Nutrition Consultants, a regular resource on television and in print and mother of two.