Recetas de postres con manzanas
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Recetas de postres con manzanas

Por Kiwilimón - Febrero 2012
De acuerdo con estudios de especialistas e investigadores la manzana contiene gran cantidad de vitaminas y minerales pero parte de estos aportes se pierden si no la comemos entera. Algunos de los beneficios a la salud son:
  • - Contiene una amplia cantidad de fósforo, lo que le permite ser excelente para quienes realizan un trabajo intelectual muy intenso.
  • - La manzana es aconsejable para aquellas personas que realizan un trabajo físico fuerte.
  • - Nos aporta potasio, fósforo, sodio y vitaminas del complejo B y C.
  • - Por su contenido de peptina posee propiedades de agente protector y es capaz de actuar como absorbente de toxinas y exaltar las funciones del tracto digestivo, ayudando a purificar el organismo.
  • - Para aquellas personas que no toleran comerlas enteras, pueden tomar su jugo.
  • - Gracias a sus sales potásicas facilita la eliminación del ácido úrico.
  • - Es muy buena y da buenos resultados en los casos de reumatismo.
Ante esto, es muy importante que se tome en cuenta esta fruta para la realización de algunas recetas de cocina, mismas que también darán muchos nutritivos a la familia. Aquí te dejamos algunas opciones de recetas con manzanas (sólo haz click en el título de la receta para ver su forma de preparación).
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