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Wellness: 5 Health Benefits Of Eating Avocados 

 

Avocados rank high on the list of healthy fruits. This is due to its delicious taste and numerous health benefits. So, what if you ate one avocado every day for a month?


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Here are some of the ways this will benefit your health.

Fresh Breath 

Indigestion and an upset stomach are the most common causes of bad breath. Once you’ve made avocado a regular part of your diet, you’ll notice a difference. Avocados are high in antibacterial and antioxidant flavonoids, which destroy bacteria in the mouth and keep your breath fresh. According to several studies, avocados have shown some potency in preventing oral cancer.

Supports Kidney Function

Avocados are high in potassium, a mineral that aids in maintaining a healthy fluid balance in the body. As a result, the kidneys are able to work more effectively. Avocados are interestingly, widely recommended for persons with kidney ailments.

On the other hand, people who suffer from Hyperpotassemia show avoid avocados since they might be harmful to their health. Avocados are high in potassium which may cause more issues for them down the line.


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Reduces Blood Pressure 

Due to its ability to control body fluid, the potassium found in Avocados helps in regulating blood pressure. It not only lowers blood pressure but also protects against osteoporosis. Avocados should be a top priority for you if you’re looking for foods that help lower blood pressure.

Improves Vision

Nutrition plays a major role in eye health. Avocados are one of the best foods for boosting. Not only are they abundant in antioxidants that support eye health, but they also shield the eyes from toxic blue light emitted by cellphones and computers. Avocados can undoubtedly benefit your retinas if you include them in your diet.

Improves Liver Function 

Eating avocados benefits the liver in the same way it benefits the kidneys. Avocados stimulate the secretion of an antioxidant called glutathione.

This oxidant is used by the liver to filter out dangerous chemicals that could harm it. Avocado also contains vitamins C and E, both of which help to neutralize free radicals that can affect your liver.

Sources:

Yoquiero Brand

Medical News Today

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