Avocado Seeds- Superfoods For Your Health

Health benefits of Avocado Seeds
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You may find this fact a bit interesting, but it is so true and fascinating. Avocado seeds are packed full of nutrients that can provide several health benefits to the body. In fact, the seeds contain more antioxidants than the avocado fruity fleshes and most fruits, vegetables and healing teas do. The seeds, even have the ability to provide the body with more soluble fiber than any other food available to you at a whole food market, but the benefits do not stop there.

It’s important to note that while avocado seeds appear to have potential benefits for the body, they are not currently well-researched enough to declare perfectly safe for consumption. Consume at your own risk.

6 Benefits of Eating Avocado Seeds

Antioxidants

Avocado seeds contain nourishing oil that is rich in antioxidants. In fact, 70% of the antioxidants are found in the seed alone and the other 30% are actually in the flesh and skin. These potent antioxidants have the ability to lower high cholesterol levels and prevent several kinds of heart conditions such as heart disease and strokes. In addition, the seeds contain flavonol, which is an antioxidant that helps prevent and reduce tumor growths. If you suspect, you have a tumor growth, it is best to seek a doctor for proper medical treatment, but it is also important to add more flavonol-rich food to your diet such as the seeds of the avocados.

Reduced Inflammation

The super fruit’s seeds are also a great alternative for reducing inflammatory disease within the body but works particularly well with easing swelling in the gastrointestinal tract.

Digestion

You can even use it to help ease diarrhea away and to prevent and relieve constipation naturally. Some find it soothing to gastric ulcers because the seed contains antioxidants in it known as phenolic compounds. These compounds contain antibacterial and anti-viral properties, which makes the seeds effective at preventing ulcers within the lining of the digestive system.

Immune System

When you need to strengthen your immune system and protect yourself from the cold and flu season avocado seeds can help. The seeds have the ability to fight away free radical cells too, that causes illness and aging. In fact, if you want to slow down the aging process and reduce the appearance of age spots and wrinkles avocados have the ability to rebuild collagen underneath the skin so it stays firm and youthful.

Joint Pain

These seeds of youthfulness can help you feel younger too since they can help reduce bone diseases, joint discomforts and body aches and pains naturally, which helps keep you energetic and living life.

Lowering Blood Pressure

The healing seeds are also useful for lowering blood glucose levels and for helping a person maintain a healthy weight. Some find them useful for encouraging weight loss and for reducing exercise-induced asthma. The seeds even help curve food cravings and make you feel fuller so you are not munching on snacks constantly.

How you can get the avocado seeds?

All you have to do to get these seeds into your diet is slice open an avocado carefully, remove the seed, place it into a plastic bag and crush it with a meat mallet or hammer. After, place the crushed seed into a blender and grind it into a fine powder. Then, sprinkle the seed mixture onto meals and eat up to receive the health benefits from this amazing super food.

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