Avocados are one of my favorite fruits. I have at least one avocado once a day. They are filling full of nutrients and you can make so many different dishes out of them. Dips, smoothies, salads, sandwiches and so much more! It is one of the most versatile out there!
How do avocados benefit my health?
- Avocados are great for people who have mystery infertility, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety, autism and more!
- Avocados are filled with vitamins A, C, E and K
- Avocados are also filled with potassium, copper, iron, antioxidant enzymes and glutamine
- They are filled with fiber and good fat, which helps control blood sugar levels
Who should consume avocados?
- Everybody can benefit from avocados unless you're allergic
- If you suffer from memory loss
- candida overgrowth
- food sensitivities
- gas and bloating
- panic attacks and anxiousness
How will avocados improve my skin?
- Avocados make your skin look and feel soft, supple and youthful
- The vitamins and minerals help protect your skin from environmental damage
- Avocado helps prevent premature aging
- Help repair and reduce redness in the skin
What are the best ways to consume avocados?
- You can eat one as a snack with honey, salt or alone
- You can eat it in a salad like the one I made.
- You can eat it for breakfast on toast.
- You can eat it in a smoothie.
What are some avocado beauty products?
- Foods Now Avocado Oil: You can avocado oil as a body oil and on your face. It helps create a youthful, supple look.
In the comments below, let me know how you use avocados. If you don't consume avocados, do you plan on doing so now? Let me know!
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