The Benefits of Applesauce
Whenever you can you should leave the peel on when you cook apples because it’s rich in pectin and promotes good digestion
Whenever you were sick as a child, your mother or grandmother probably made you eat applesauce. It’s a common thing to give children who are suffering from digestive or intestinal problems.
Maybe you haven’t had this incredible puree in a long time, but it has many beneficial properties that you should know about.
In today’s article we’ll tell you what some of the benefits of applesauce are, so take note!
Applesauce: what is it?
Apples are among the healthiest fruits in the world, so it’s a good idea to eat them in general. In addition to enjoying one raw (with or without the peel, depending on your preference) or roasted, there’s almost certainly a recipe that’s been handed down in your family for generations: applesauce.
This typical dish for children is easy to make and the best part is that it preserves all the benefits and nutr...