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We talked about why you should eat avocado every day, how to make it last longer, why not throw away the pit, and even how its leaves are good for the health. Have you watched any of these videos?
Avocado is rich in fibers, vitamins C, K, and B, and potassium and copper. Besides that, it:
Helps prevent stretch marks, wrinkles, and cellulitis because it is rich in vitamin C, which helps metabolize the collagen that makes the skin firm;
Aids in muscle hypertrophy, giving energy for exercise and proteins that help in muscle recovery;
Helps control and prevent heart diseases, controlling the LDL cholesterol (bad) and increasing HDL cholesterol (good) while lowering triglycerides levels.
Increases hydration of the hair, making it shinier and softer;
Improves brain function by stimulating blood circulation and increasing concentration which contributes to memory.
See how many benefits?
If you like avocado like us, you will be surprised by what we found out:
According to a new study from the University of Illinois, eating an avocado a day improves intestinal health. Did you know that?
You don’t need to eat a whole avocado per day to get this benefit.
Now that you know another benefit, try adding avocado to your diet.
After all, the same way we worry about how our diets affect our hearts, we need to think about how they affect our intestinal health.
Now tell us: how often do you eat avocados?
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