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Avocado Nutrition

What Is an Avocado? It’s a bright green fruit with a large pit in the middle. Avocados are a favorite of the produce section. They’re the go-to ingredient for guacamole dips. Avo is a versatile ingredient that can be used in dishes such as, e.g salads, wraps, sandwiches, brownies just to name a few. It’s has a lot of calories.


 It’s high in fat. But it’s monounsaturated fat, which is a “good” fat that helps lower bad cholesterol. Avo offers nearly 20 vitamins and minerals.
 Avocados are low in sugar. And they contain fiber, which helps you feel full longer

Green salad with Avo

1 tablespoon lemon juice.
2 medium avocados, peeled and cubed.
1 package (5 ounces) spring mix salad greens.
5 plum tomatoes, chopped.
1/2 cup chopped red onion.
1/2 cucumber cubed
1/2 cup smoked chicken
For the dressing, my preference is Honey and mustard dressing


Some Health Benefits of Avocados :

 Digestion: Avo is packed with fiber.
They’re especially high in insoluble fiber, which is the kind that helps move waste through your body.
 Fiber keeps you regular and can prevent constipation.

 Blood pressure:
It’s rich in potassium. Potassium helps level out your blood pressure by lowering sodium levels in your blood and easing tension in your blood vessels


Most of the healthy fat in avocado is oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid.
This heart-healthy fat helps lower cardiovascular inflammation.
Avo also has a nutrient called beta-sitosterol, the plant version of cholesterol. Beta-sitosterol helps lower your cholesterol levels.

 Also contain antioxidants that are good for your eyes and brain, such as lutein and zeaxanthin.
 These antioxidants may lower your risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts, and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s

I personally love Avo, I literally eat with most of my meals
Eating it has helped me with my digestive system etc
Piece of advice from your truly, include avocado in your daily meal plan

Avocado Preparation:

Store them at room temperature, keeping in mind that they can take 4-5 days to ripen. To speed up the ripening process, put them in a paper bag along with an apple or banana. When the outside skins are black or dark purple and yield to gentle pressure, they’re ready to eat or refrigerate
Check out one of my all-day meals to enjoy with avocado

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