You Will Never Throw Away Avocado Seed If You Know The Benefits
Here’s Why You Should Never Throw Away Your Avocado Pits
Did you know that 70 percent of an avocado’s antioxidants are found in its pit? In this video, you are going to learn some benefits of this often overlooked component of the avocado fruit.
Due to their high fat content, many believe that avocados aren’t good for our health.
Despite their high caloric value, avocados are among the best fruits at controlling cholesterol and minimizing heart risk.
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Avocados can also help reduce the effects of stress on your body, improve bowel movements, vision, and also be beneficial for people suffering from arthritis and diabetes.
In recent years, a part of the avocado that we normally don’t pay attention to has gained popularity: its pit.
Avocado pits are full of health benefits:
They fight cancer
Avocados are full of antioxidants. However, almost 70% of them are in the pits. One such antioxidant is flavonol, which prevents tumors from developing. Some studies have also shown that the extract of this seed was great at fighting certain cancers, such as leukemia.
They improve our immune system
Some compounds found in avocado pits have anti-inflammatory properties and are able to reduce joint pain, swelling and stiffness. Flavonol can also increases the body’s resistance against colds and the flu.
They treat digestive problems
One of the most common medicinal uses of avocado pits is in the treatment of digestive problems such as constipation, diarrhea and stomach ulcers. The pits are also rich in soluble fiber, which improves intestinal transiting, and can help reduce blood sugar levels, which is especially beneficial for diabetics and people who want to lose weight.
They prevent heart problems
Soluble fibers are great for our heart because they decrease our body’s fat absorption, thus reducing excessive levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. This fiber is difficult to obtain from our normal diet, but the good news is that avocado pits have good amounts of this type of fiber, as well as other healthy fats.
They help with premature aging
Many of the components found in avocados are beneficial to our body, and can reduce pain and discomfort in our joints and bones. The anti-inflammatory action of the avocado pit also helps to cure joint diseases and arthritis. Studies have shown that the oil of the avocado core helps increase collagen in our skin, which benefits the hair and reduces wrinkles.
Now that you know this, you must be wondering how to consume the pit.
It is recommended that you make a powder out of the pit. The next time you eat an avocado, instead of throwing the pit out, wash it well and let it dry. Then, cook it at 250° C until the outer shell of the pit cracks (it should take about 2 hours). Then remove the outer shell and cut the inside into cubes. Blend the cubes until they form a fine powder.
You can use this powder in juices, smoothies, and other dishes.
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