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If You Want To Enjoy These 4 Health Benefits, Then You Should Eat Avocado More

Avocado is a fairly good tasting fruit for me, I won't say it has a sweet taste but it is really not bitter, it is one fruit that doesn't have a sugary taste and it is enjoyed very well when it is completely ripe, when avocado is unripe it can have a bitter taste but that doesn't make the fruit any less nutritious.

Among the nutrients contained in avocado are vitamin K, vitamin C, folate, potassium, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin E, and so on, these vitamins and nutrients on their own have numerous bodily activities and they help different processes. The best way to consume all of these nutrients together is by simply eating avoided, when you finally eat the fruit you give it a chance to visit you with the benefits it offers as a result of the nutrients it contains. Below are some of the benefits avocado offers.

1. Avocado is high in fiber content which can help in the reduction of blood sugar and weight loss. This is undoubtedly important to those who by all means are trying to prevent or manage diabetes and those who want to lose weight for one reason or another.

2. Avocado helps the heart with a good number of things like; lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol, increasing HDL (good) cholesterol, also it can help in reducing triglycerides level.

3. Avocado contains antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin which are immeasurably important to the eyes, they can help reduce the risk of cataracts. The bottom line here is that avocado helps the eye greatly.

4. Avocado is said to be helpful in preventing and treating cancer.

(Source: healthline)

Lest I forget, avocado can be eaten alone or with other foods, two popular ones you can try are rice with avocado and bread with avocado. Checkout some pictures below.

These health benefits can be all yours if you can do as much as eating avocado, you just need to eat more of the fruit but in doing so you should be moderate about it.

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