This is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat an Avocado






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You are probably well familiar with the proverb “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Although the apples are highly beneficial what you need to try is eating an avocado every day. This amazing fruit is very healthy and after reading the text you will start wondering why you didn’t consume it until now, especially if you have problems with excess weight, slow metabolism and precisely the avocado can help you with these and other problems.

Read what will happen when you start consuming avocado regularly:

Your Liver Produces More Glutathione

Your liver will produce more Glutathione, which is the best antioxidant, if you consume one avocado every day. It is also rich in magnesium, which is the main factor in more than 300 metabolic processes.
You Get Monounsaturated Fats

Avocados are really great because they contain monounsaturated oleic fatty acids and as they burn slowly, they release energy that boosts your metabolism. Unlike monounsaturated fats, the saturated fats are not used as energy, but are accumulated instead.


So, if you want to lose weight avocados are the right choice, because a lot of studies have shown that monounsaturated fats help in the weight loss process, and can help also in patients that suffer from diabetes as well and on the other hand polyunsaturated fats and carbohydrates are responsible for gaining weight and high blood sugar level.

You Get Omega-9 Fatty Acids

The Avocado contains around 160 calories as well as omega-9 fats. Actually, this fruit is one of the greatest sources of these fats in the word which is proven in several studies conveyed in the previous decade.



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In these studies., it is also shown that omega-9 fatty acids reduce the LDL cholesterol levels and in the same time increase the HDL level that is the good cholesterol. These fats are also useful because they absorb antioxidants and vitamins from the food that is rich with them so try to consume that type of food.

You Get Satisfied

Moreover avocados will help you to control your hunger that will help you in the weight loss process and will boost your metabolism in a way that they contain nutrients which make you feel saturated so you’ll lose weight faster. They contain water so they keep you hydrated, which is very important.

You Get Better Insulin Control

The Blood sugar level is also very important. A very powerful hormone, insulin regulates the blood sugar level and in that way it protects your body from serious problems.

Excess sugar is deposited in the liver and in the muscles. However, the liver can store about 100g of glucose and any carbs that are consumed beyond the liver’s ability are converted and deposited as a fat with the help of the insulin. When stored, sugar can lead to a condition known as low sugar level, which can lead to diabetes, but also to carb cravings which is disastrous if you want to lose weight.




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