A is for Avocados
🥑Avocados are known to be full of healthy fats, in particular, oleic acid — a monounsaturated fatty acid which is known to reduce inflammation.
🥑 A 100g serving contains 26% of your daily recommended amount of vitamin K, a vitamin needed to help blood clotting and is also the thought to be needed to build strong bones.
🥑 They contain more potassium than bananas. Potassium is a macro mineral, it plays a key part in energy production and helps maintain a healthy heart rhythm by helping transmit electrical signals from the brain. Low levels of potassium can cause fatigue and constipation.
🥑 Avocados are packed full of fibre (100g gives you 27% of your daily recommended amount). Fibre passes through the the body undigested and helps reduce blood cholesterol, toxin excretion, aids digestion and helps keep you fuller for longer.
Sliced, smashed or seasoned? How do you eat yours?