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What You Need To Know About Avocadoes




Avocados are also known as alligator pears or butter fruits are unique fruits.Avocados fruits have a creamy texture and are full of monosaturated fatty acids that are healthy fats for the body.Avocado is classified as superfood meaning that an avocado is a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being.

Avocados have a vast number of health benefits.This include:-

Avocado has become a popular food for healthy conscious individuals because of its high content in healthy fats.Avocados are a vast great source of vitamins C, E, K, and B-6 as well as riboflavin, niacin, folate, pantothenic acid, magnesium and potassium. Avocados also provide lutein, beta-carotene, and omega-3 fatty acids. The healthy fats in avocados keep you full for longer.

Avocados like bananas are high in potassium which helps to maintain electrical gradients in your body's cells.Studies have shown that a high potassium intake in the body is linked to reduced blood pressure which is a major risk factor for heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure.

Avocados are high in fat which the majority of the fat in is oleic acid — a monounsaturated fatty acid which has been found to reduce inflammation and has beneficial effects on genes linked to cancer in the body.

Avocados are loaded with fiber which helps to aid in weight loss, reduce blood sugar spikes and is strongly linked to a lower risk of many diseases.The natural fiber in avocados also help to prevent constipation, maintain a healthy digestive tract and lower the risk of colon cancer.

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Avocados are good for eye health as they contain two main phytochemicals lutein and zeaxanthin that are concentrated in the tissues in the eyes where they provide antioxidant protection to help minimize damage from ultraviolet light to the eyes. Adding avocados to your diet helps to reduce the risk of developing age-related mascular degeneration.

Studies have shown that people who ate avocados were found to be much healthier than people who didn't. People who ate had a much higher nutrient intake. People who ate avocados regularly have been found to weighed less, have a lower BMI and significantly less belly fat and a high level of good cholesterol compared to those who did not.

Avocados are rich in vitamin K that is essential for bone health.Vitamin K does this by increasing calcium absorption and reducing urinary excretion of calcium hence making avocados so essential for healthy bones.

Avocados are rich in folate is extremely important for a healthy pregnancy as it promotes healthy foetal development.Adequate intake of avocados during pregnancy reduces the risk of miscarriage and neural tube defects.The folate in avocados also lowers the risk of depression.

Avocados have been shown to help in boosting fertility and better the chances of conceiving. It has been linked to an increase the success of IVF Treatment for couples who are trying to conceive.

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Avocados are rich in vitamin C and E , both of which are essential nutrients in keeping the skin healthy and glowing.Avocados are used in skincare products because of their healthy benefits on the skin.

Avocados are also a rich source of antioxidants and monounsaturated fats which help to keep the heart healthy and reduce the risk of stroke.The regulate the body's cholesterol levels.

Avocados are rich in anti-inflammatory properties which greatly help in relieving arthritis pain. Avocados are also a source of omega-3 fatty acids which help to lubricate joints and relieve joint pains.


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