The calories in green apple are low enough to make this fruit. With just 50-80 calories (in a small to medium-sized apple) and no fat or protein, this type of apple will not add to your calorie content. At the same time, due to its fibrous content, it will cut down on your appetite. But, the fruit should be eaten plain with the peel on. When eaten in the form of desserts like pies or crisps, the green apple is just another ingredient and there is no real nutritional benefit. The benefits of eating this type of apple over red apples is always discussed. Some points in favor of green apple’s nutritional content are: Due to their rich color, green apples have a higher content of vitamin C as compared to their red cousins. Vitamin B and vitamin A are also present in these apple, so eating this apple has a cleansing effect on the skin and improves skin tone. The green apple’s firm flesh is a good source of fiber, which aids in digestion and regularizes bowel movements. High fiber also means better action against cholesterol and green apples can help in reducing cholesterol levels in your body. Source: www.buzzle.com
- Iceberg lettuce
- Green apple
- Mayonnaise (optional)
Chop the iceberg lettuce into medium slice.
Cut the apple into strips.
Cut the cucumber into medium pieces.
Mix all ingredients.
Add salt and pepper to taste and mix well.