Apples do not cause constipation. WebMD reports that apples often help treat constipation rahter than causing it. The only known side effects of apples come from apple seeds, which contain small amounts of cyanide, and c... More »

According to WebMD, natural apple juice does not cause constipation. Natural apple juice or eating apples in general helps control both constipation and diarrhea because apples contain pectin, which bulks up stools. More »

Some foods that can cause constipation include dairy products, red meat, chips and frozen dinners. Other foods include cookies and bananas, as Everyday Health indicates. The foods are low in fiber, and replacing them wit... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Gastrointestinal Issues

Fruits that contain skin and seeds, such as apples, pears, raspberries and strawberries, may prevent and treat constipation because of their fiber content, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Prunes or dried plums are als... More »

In the United States, berries, bananas, apples, grapes and oranges are popular fruits. There is some discrepancy among experts about the most profitable and most-consumed fruit; bananas are the most popular fruits, state... More »

Non-citrus fruits include grapes, bananas, apples, plums, raspberries, blackberries, pears, peaches and apricots. Olives, coconuts, avocados and honeydew melons are also classified as non-citrus fruits. Simple, fleshy fr... More »

The correct way to dry apples is wash them, remove soft spots, skin them (optional), and dry them. It's possible to use a food dehydrator, an oven or a car to dry the apples. More » Food Food Facts Fruits & Veggies