How many calories are in an Apple?
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” While this is a saying most of us have known all our lives, there may be truth in it. Apples are not only a low calorie snack, they are also packed with vitamins and nutrients. Apples are a good source of both insoluble and soluble forms of fiber. The soluble fiber in an apple helps to prevent cholesterol build up in blood vessels. This results in a reduced risk of heart disease and many other cholesterol related problems. The insoluble fiber in an apple can be a digestion aid. Just one medium size apple provides vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, iron, potassium and a number of other important daily vitamins and minerals.
› Calories in 1 Small Apple with Peel
About 55 Calories
› Calories in 1 Medium Apple with Peel
About 80 Calories
› Calories in 1 Large Apple with Peel
About 115 Calories
› Calories in 1 oz of Apple with Peel
About 15 Calories
› Calories in 1 oz of Apple without Peel
About 14 Calories