How These 8 Avocado Healthy Benefits Will Change Your Life

This well-known creamy and nutritious avocado guarantees various health benefits. When consumed regularly, these benefits will be quite noticeable to you. Various studies of this fruit have shown that avocados contain healthy fats, which is one of the reasons why it is considered healthy.


1) Avocados are very nutritious

Avocados are rich in fiber and provide a wide selection of vitamins including potassium, vitamin K, folate, vitamin C, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, and vitamin E. It also contains small amounts of copper, iron, zinc, vitamin B3 etc., in other words, it is a multivitamin from Mother Nature. All the nutrients it contains aid in a much healthier skin, hair, it diminishes high blood pressure, protects eyes, prevents colorectal cancer etc.

When preparing nutritious meals for your friends and family, add some avocados for an even higher nutrient intake. Avocados are also great for kids as it helps development and provides overall healthiness.

With all the delicious avocado recipes, you can find various ways to consume them. Whether its eating them in your favorite salad or mixed in your favorite dip to eat with chips, either way is amazing.


2) Avocados have high amounts of fiber

As I mentioned previously, avocados are rich in fiber. Fiber lowers chances of getting heart diseases; it also keeps cholesterol at a healthy level, and it relieves constipation. Avocados contain both soluble fiber and insoluble fiber; both of them carry different health benefits.

If you arent an avocado lover, you can also find over-the-counter medication in order to increase fiber intake as well as vitamin intake.


3) Fat in avocados allow the body to absorb nutrients from plant foods

Thanks to the fats found in avocados, our body is able to absorb nutrients from any other food that provides them. Even if you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables our body isnt always able to fully absorb them. Avocado is really helpful as it allows complete absorption of these nutrients our body needs. This is very important for parents who have children and I highly recommend parents to involve avocados in their childrens meal. It is also recommended for elderly citizens to consume avocados.


4) Avocados protect your eyes

Thanks to important antioxidants that are in avocados, our eyes arent at risk at getting cataracts and macular degeneration. These risks are higher as we get older which is why everyone, regardless of age, should consume avocados. The antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin are the responsibles for lowering the risk of cataracts and macular degeneration. It is recommended to consume a daily amount of 20mg of lutein and zeaxanthin. Be careful as more than 20mg may turn skin slightly yellow.


5) Aids in weight loss

Avocados contain low amounts of calories and high fiber, which helps to lose weight. Some studies have also shown that including avocados in your diet reduces your desire to eat after a few hours of eating. However, to lose weight not only should you eat avocados but you should also drink more water, avoid consuming sugar, etc.


6) Contains more potassium

Avocados contain more potassium than bananas. Bananas provide only 10% of potassium while avocados provide 14%. The reason why potassium is so beneficial for you is because it relieves stress, anxiety, heart and kidney disorders, and it reduces high blood pressure. Avocados also enhance metabolism, water balance, etc.


7) Avocado protects the heart from disease

The monounsaturated fat in avocados prevents the development of heart disease. It also stabilizes blood sugar. Also, if you have high cholesterol it may increase the risk of heart attack, by regularly eating avocados it will help to lower high levels of cholesterol.


8) Protects unborn children

If youre planning to get pregnant or if youre already pregnant, eating avocados will protect you and your baby. Avocados contain folate acid which is a vitamin that reduces the risk of losing the baby. It is recommended to consume one cup of avocados in order to reduce risk of losing the baby.