Avocados: Nature’s Magical Fruit - They’re delicious, and they’re nutrient-rich
No matter how you consume them — and the numbers of ways to do so are many — the creamy green superfood always packs a powerful and diverse nutritional punch. Adding a nutrient-dense food like Avocados From Mexico to your daily diet can be a very beneficial way to get more of what your body needs to keep thriving.
Nutrient-dense foods are lean or low in solid fats, and minimize or exclude added solid fats, added sugars, and added refined starches, as these add calories but few essential nutrients or dietary fiber. They also minimize or exclude added salt or other compounds high in sodium, and come in forms that retain naturally occurring components such as dietary fiber.
What they’ve found in avocados are nearly 20 vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients per 50g serving, which is generally just one-third of a medium avocado. Avocados are also a good source of fiber, folate, vitamin K, pantothenic acid and copper, among other things. Avocados are also one of the only fruits out there that contain unsaturated fats of both the monounsaturated and polyunsaturated varieties. These, generally referred to as “good” fats, and they help your body to absorb fat-soluble nutrients without raising your LDL cholesterol, which is nicknamed “bad” cholesterol.
Lots more detail at https://mashable.com/2018/04/04/avocados-nutrient-rich/
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This is such good news for all the avocado lovers out there.