The Effects on Your Body From Consuming an Avocado Every Day

Avocado is one of the healthiest fruits which have ever existed in this world. The come from Mexico, and date back to 10 000 BC. Avocados belong in the same family as camphor and cinnamon. They grow on a tree which might reach up to 6 feet height. Similar to bananas, avocados ripens 7 days after picking.

Avocado is abundant in nutrients. It contains various vitamins from the B group, including vitamin E, C, and K. Moreover, it’s rich in iron, potassium, calcium, manganese, magnesium, zinc, and sodium. One average avocado has even more potassium than bananas and 23% more folate than the daily recommended dosage. This amount reduces the risk of stroke and it’s amazing for cardiovascular system.

The daily consumption of avocado provides the body with a great amount of lycopene and beta-carotene;

Avocados are abundant in lutein, an antioxidant which prevents eyesight problems, including macular degeneration and cataract;

Avocados contain high amount of beta-sitosterol, that reduce the LDL cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood and prevents the plaque accumulation in the arteries;

Studies proved that avocados are abundant in oleic acid which prevents prostate cancer and cancer cells expansion;

Avocados contain great amount of avocados that improves digestion and stimulate weight loss, thus regulating the sugar levels in the blood;

In combination with carrier oil, it treats the arthritis symptoms when applied topically;

Avocados are rich in polyphenols and flavonoids that have potent anti-inflammatory properties;

Avocado application on your skin treats skin disorders like psoriasis;

The avocado consumption cleans the intestines and relieves bad breath;

Avocados are high in glutathione that protect the heart and slow down the aging process. Moreover, glutathione destroy the free radicals and prevent damage to the DNA.

To sum up, avocados are extremely beneficial for the health. Therefore, include them into your daily diet as soon as possible. Eat them raw or add them to smoothies and salads.

Sources:

organichealthcorner.com

realfarmacy.com

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