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Are Apples Acidic?

Apples are acidic. They have a substance in them that is referred to as malic acid. This acid imparts acidity to apples. Some varieties of apples contain more malic acid than others. Golden Delicious apples contain 0.27% of Malic acid, Winesap apples have twice as more, Johnathon and McIntosh have three times the acid as Golden Delicious apples. Some apples have particularly high acid contents, such as Rubens and Junami apples. If you do experience problems with excessive acidity, antacid tablets can be a great help. You might also try eating a low-acid food such as bread along with the apples to help neutralize the acidity.

by Margaret Walker on Fri, 02/18/2011 - 15:56


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