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Avocado and The Benefits

Posted by Rifki Hakim Friday, 2 December 2011

Avocado comes from the Aztec language ahuacatl. This fruit is originated from the area where the Aztec tribe that originated in Central America and Mexico. Initially the fruit was introduced by Martín Fernández de Enciso, one of the leaders of the Spanish troops, in 1519 the people of Europe. At the same time, the Spanish troops who invaded Central America also introduced the cacao, corn and potatoes to the European community. Since it began avocado or avocado spread and is known by many people in the world. 

Benefits of Avocado
Almost every part of the avocado tree has its benefits. Wood avocado tree is useful as a fuel. Seeds and leaves can be used in the apparel industry. Bark can be used to dye brown leather products.

In the field of beauty, an avocado is also often used as a face mask. The fruit is considered able to make the skin more taut. Avocados are also useful for hair care such as when doing creambath.

In addition, as a fruit, avocados also certainly be enjoyed as a delicious meal. A variety of dishes served with avocado add as part of the dish.

Substances Contained in Avocado
Avocado or avocado has a very high nutrient content. Avocado or avocado at least contain 11 vitamins and 14 minerals that are beneficial. Avocados are rich in protein, riboflavin (otherwise known as vitamin B2), niacin (otherwise known as vitamin B3), potassium (or better known as potassium), and vitamin C. 

Besides avocados contain fat that is high enough. But do not be afraid because the fat in avocados is similar to the fats in olive oil is very healthy. Fats contained in avocados is unsaturated fats that have a positive impact in the body. Fat in avocados is also used in making soap and cosmetics. 

Here is an explanation of several substances in avocado or avocado are beneficial for our bodies:  
Vitamin E and vitamin A 
Vitamin E is known as the vitamin that is useful for smoothing the skin. The mixture of vitamin E and vitamin A is very useful in skin care. The combination of vitamin E and vitamin A make skin supple, removes wrinkles, makes skin look young and fresh. 

Potassium present in avocados can reduce depression, prevent the deposition of fluid in the body and can lower blood pressure. 

Unsaturated fats 
In avocado, there is a high vegetable fat that is not saturated. Fats are useful for lowering blood cholesterol (LDL), which means it can prevent stroke, high blood pressure, cancer or heart disease. Unsaturated fat in avocados is also easy to digest the body so as to provide maximum results on the body. Unsaturated fat in avocados also contain anti-bacterial and anti fungal.

Oleic Acid
Oleic acid is a powerful antioxidant that can capture free radicals in the body due to pollution. Free radicals in the body will cause a variety of health complaints.

Vitamin B6 
Vitamin polyposis syndrome is believed to relieve pre-menstrual or pre-menstrual (PMS) that generally affects women every month.

Iron and Copper 
This substance is required in the regeneration of the blood thus preventing anemia.· Minerals manganese and zincThis element is useful to relieve high blood pressure, heart rate monitor and maintain nerve function remained intact.

Healthy Living with Avocado
In some parts of the world, the fruit is regarded as one of the exotic and rare fruits. Maybe avocado has played an important role in your diet. After feeling a variety of dishes that contain avocado or avocado, you may be able to say that this fruit is really a lot of benefits as well as delicious fruit! 

Tips on choosing fruit Avocado 
When you go to the market to buy avocados, never judging maturation of an avocado from its skin color. If you see an avocado-colored or brownish older, not necessarily an avocado is ripe. Try a little push the avocado fruit. If it feels softer means the fruit is ripe.


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