What's in the apple? One medium apple (100 g) is 50 calories. Water 85.6 g, protein 0.2 g, fat 0.3 g, sugar, 10 g, fiber 2 g, potassium 127 mg, phosphorus, 13 mg, magnesium 8 mg, calcium 7 mg, sulfur 4 mg, sodium 2 mg. There are also vitamins A, B1, B2, PP, B5, B6, C, E with zinc, iodine, cobalt, chlorine, silicon and various organic acids. It is a fruit type cultivated from the apple (Malus domestica), rosaceae (Rosaceae) family. It is known that the name known as “alma” in ancient Turkish came from “al” (red), which is the color of the fruit. It is believed that the apple first appeared in Northern Anatolia, around the Southern Caucasus, in the southwestern regions of Russia, and in Central Asia (east of Kazakhstan). The species spread all over the world from Central Asia. Its origin is Eastern Europe. Apple, which has many varieties, is a fruit known since ancient times. Apple is a fruit that is always easily accessible and has varieties of colors and flavors such as yellow, red and green. There must be a reason why it is so abundant. Apple protects the heart! Because apples reduce the rate of cholesterol in the blood. It is beneficial for those who sit and work constantly while working. Lowers blood sugar! Apple is the first fruit that diabetics and people who do not want blood sugar to increase should prefer. Since it contains fruit sugar (fructose), it does not raise blood sugar. Ideal for slimming We feel full because apple temporarily raises sugar in the blood and pectins saturate the stomach. Since the Quercetin in the apple mentioned in its rejuvenation is located just under the crust, it is best to eat the apple with its peel, but to wash it very well in order to purify it from pesticides.