We taught you how to make avocado oil, avocado mask, avocado leaf tea, and even how to choose the best avocado at the supermarket.
Have you watched any of these videos?
Today, you will learn about the benefits of this incredible fruit. Seen in the past as a villain of our diets, today, avocado is a hero.
Source of good fats and calories, this fruit acts as a natural medicine in our bodies.
The benefits of avocados go from protecting us against some types of cancer to lending shine to the hair.
But, although it offers all these benefits, avocado should still be eaten in moderation.
You can eat a moderate amount of avocado without any guilt and enjoy all the nutritional advantages of this food.
0:00 7 Benefits of Eating Avocados
0:53 Helps with weight loss and prevents constipation
Avocado helps with weight loss because it is rich in fiber that make us feel satiated.
1:16 Contributes to a beautiful and moisturized skin
Avocado helps prevent stretch marks, wrinkles, and cellulite.
1:42 Keeps the muscles strong
When eaten before physical activities, avocado helps with muscle hypertrophy and help with muscle recovery.
2:02 Prevents heart diseases and cancer
Avocado aids in the control and prevention of heart diseases.
2:36 Improves shine and moisturizes the hair
Rich in fats and vitamins, avocado increases hair hydration and makes it shinier and softer.
2:45 Aids the memory and brain health
The omega-3 found in avocados improves brain function by stimulating blood circulation and also increases concentration, which, in turn, contributes to better memory.
2:58 Good for pregnant women
Avocado is important in the prevention of congenital diseases.
3:18 How to eat avocados
Avocado is very versatile and can be used in savory and sweet recipes.
Watch the video to learn delicious ways to incorporate avocados into your daily diet .
How do you eat avocados? Share your favorite avocado recipes with us.
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