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For the heartFor healthy blood pressure For the eyes

For the brainIn the same study mentioned (for the eyes) above, people who ate an avocado daily also had significant improvements in their memory, cognition and problem-solving abilities. The lutein in avocados, along with monounsaturated fats, fibre and other bioactive compounds, make this fruit particularly attractive for a healthy brain.

For pregnacy A mother’s diet during pregnancy plays a crucial role in influencing the growth of her baby and a healthy birth. Avocados are a nutrient-dense food consisting of a unique comination of dietary fibre, healthy fats, and vitamins and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin K and folate, all important as part of a healthy diet for both mom and growing baby.

For the gut The fibre in avocadoes in a unique combination of ¾ insoluble fibre and ¼ soluble fibre. Our gut needs different types of fibres to keep it healthy, each of which has different jobs in the gut. Soluble fibre acts like a mop and helps absorb fluid in the gut, forming a soft gel-like substance that helps the stool pass easily through the gut. Insoluble fibre acts like a broom, roughly sweeping through the length of the gut to remove waste. But fibre does far more than just keep us regular and may play a role in preventing colon cancer, lowering cholesterol, and even helping with weight loss.

For the waistline For hair and skin Avocados are high in a B-vitamin called biotin which contributes to the maintenance of normal hair and skin. Nourish your hair and skin from the inside out by adding avocado to your meals.