Eating avocado or using extracts from avocado can greatly benefut the circulation, the skin, the digestive organs, the joints and muscles, the eyes and the over-all health.
Avocado gives a lot of health benefits due to its content of nutrients. Avocado is rich in mono-unsaturated fat, fiber, many amino acids and the antioxidants Lutein and Zeaxanthin. It is rich in potassium, Vitamin K, Folate, Vitamin C, Vitamin B5 and B6, Vitamin E.
The avocado seed is actually the most nutritious part of the fruit. About the eating of avocado seeds, many are very enthusiastic, while others warn against it, thinking that the seed might be poisenous. It is probably not been studied well enough to give any definite advice, but it might be worth to try it. The author of this article grind the seed and blend it with ground carrot and width some olive oil.
BENEFITS REGARDING THE WHOLE BODY
Avocado seems reduse the chance of getting cancer. The fruit seems to better the effetc effect of chemotherapy. It also helps to alleviate inflammations, which again will help to get a healthier blood circulation, digestion and joints.
AVOCADO GIVES BENEFITS FOR THE SKIN
There has been a lot of information about the use of avocado for getting the skin young, healthy and smooth in the recent times, and two ways of using it has especially been mentioned.
- One can use avocado oil on the skin or use lotions or creams containing avocado oil.
- One can eat ground avocado seeds.
The author of this article have have experienced benefits for my skin by eating avocado seeds. First and foremost injuries in the skin grow faster, for example bruices after shaving, and the skin gets shinier and somewhat more robust.
You can also grind whole ripe avocado and smear it over all the body. Then let it dry. After some hours take a douche. Then all the superflous is flushed away, and the oily substances that have saturated the skin remain and makes it shiny and smooth. The ripe avocado does not make your skin messy or green, but behaves just like a skin lotion.
AVoCADO IS BENEFICIAL FOR THE HEART AND BLOOD CIRCUlATION
Avocado can help to lower blood pressure and the cholesterole levels, and help to improve the balance between protein-cholesterole complexes in the blood, the high density lipoprotein HDL and low density lipoprotein LDL.
This will lower the chance of getting heart attack, blood clots and stroke.
AVOCADO GIVES BETTER DIGESTION
Avocado helps to make the digestive organs work better and to give the intestinal content a right consistance, which helps against constipation, hemorrhoids and other kind of digestive disconfort. Also the fat in avocado, helps your digestion to take up fat soluble nutrients from other food types better.
AVOCADO CAN HELP TO REDUCE WEIGHT
This fruit can help you get slimmer, but in order for this to work you must take some care. Avocado is very rich in fat and thereby calories. When you add avocado to your diet, you must reduce other type of calory intake, either the intake of fat from other sources, or suger and other carbohydrates. However, eating avocado also makes you more satisfied, so that it will be easier to eat less.
THE FRUIT IS VERY BENEFICIAL FOR THE EYES
Inflammatory rections in the eyes will be reduced if you eat avocado on a long term basis. The fruit also hinders development of macular degeneration and cataract.
AVOADO CAN BENEFIT THE JOINt, MUSCLES AND BONES
The anti-inflammatory effects of the fruit is almost sure to help against chronic rheumatic diseases. What has been especially studied is a blending of unsaponifable components of avocado and soya been oil, which have good effect against ostearthritis.
Knut Holt is an internet consultant and marketer focusing on health items. At his web-site you can find health advices, training supplements, natural products to enhance sexual pleasure, and natural drugs against common diseases, like: Acne and skin problems, allergy, over-weight, hypothyroidism, hemorrhoids, heart trouble, joint pain and rheumatism, depression, constipation and digestive trouble, cold, flu, men's and women's problems, and more.
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