Avocados have become increasingly popular because of both their ease of use in the kitchen and their health benefits. Adored by many for their expansive amount of vitamins and nutrients, avocados also simply just taste great! Additionally, they can be used flexibly to fit any meal throughout the day. As well as fitting into virtually any meal, they can be used for cooking in a variety of ways.
Avocados contain healthy fats which help to reduce cholesterol, unlike the trans fat found in many other foods. They also contain fiber, antioxidants, potassium, and other nutrients which have all been proven to have positive health benefits.
- They were once known as alligator pears thanks to their shape and texture
- They are full of monounsaturated fats, which have great links to heart health
- A whole avocado will give you about 10 grams of fiber, though eating that much will also give you a large number of calories.
“Whether you’re smashing the fatty, rich fruit onto toast, whipping it into guacamole, or sneaking it into smoothies or baked goods (like brownies!) for added creaminess and nutrients, avocados are among the healthiest foods we can be eating; who said avocado toast can’t be a meal?”
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