Benefits of avocado


Benefits of avocado

[9] Benefits of avocado and its juice for children and infants Among the benefits of avocado for children and infants are the following:

[10] Rich in nutrients important for the growth of the child, such as protein, vitamins and essential minerals.

Rich in fats that are important for a child’s brain development. It’s a good option when you’re starting to introduce solid foods into your baby’s diet.

As for avocado juice, it can be given to children to provide them with nutrients, bearing in mind that drinking a lot of avocado juice may increase weight, because it contains a good amount of calories like any other food or drink that contains calories.

[11] Avocado benefits for bodybuilding Among the benefits of avocado for bodybuilding are the following:

[12] It may help to improve the level of fats in the blood and improve the absorption of nutrients, due to its high content of healthy fats, which the body stores, and then uses as a source of energy when exercising.

Fiber makes up about 80% of the carbohydrate content in avocados, which contributes to maintaining energy levels in the body. It is a good source of B vitamins, which play a role in energy production in the cells of the body.

It is worth noting that avocado can be used in meals to relieve muscle cramps, due to its potassium content.

For example, mashed avocado can be used when making sandwiches instead of mayonnaise, and it can also be chopped and eaten with salads.

[13] Avocado nutritional components The following is a statement of the nutritional components of avocados:

Rich source of unsaturated fats Avocado is distinguished from other fruits by being a rich source of healthy fats; The monounsaturated fats make up 15% of them, and the polyunsaturated fats make up about 3% of them, so this fruit provides the body with unique and health-promoting elements.

specifically; Its deficiency may increase the fetus’s risk of spinal defects and neural tube defects.

[14] Rich source of vitamins and minerals Avocado contains many vitamins and minerals. A whole avocado is a good source of vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, and vitamin B5.

It also provides many important minerals, including: Magnesium, potassium, copper, and manganese.

[15] Rich source of dietary fibre As 100 grams of avocado provides the body with approximately 27% of the recommended daily amount of fiber, and it is worth noting that there are two different types of fiber in the avocado fruit, distributed by 25% for water-soluble fiber, and 75% for insoluble fiber in water.

[1] Rich source of antioxidants Avocado is rich in some types of antioxidants, including; Lutein, which reduces the risk of age related macular degeneration, maintains skin tissue, and reduces the development of cataracts or known as white water in the eye, and avocado also contains some antioxidants. Other oxidants, such as: zeaxanthin and glutathione.

There is enough information to determine the safety of pregnant and lactating women to take avocado in medicinal amounts, so they are advised to eat it in a moderate amount.

[9] Contraindications to using avocado Eating avocados may cause allergic symptoms in people with Oral Allergy Syndrome.

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