The avocado contains unsaturated fat that lowers cholesterol in the blood. It is a good source of potassium, it helps to regulate the blood pressure, decreasing the risk of cerebrovascular accident, stroke, arterial pressure and heart attack. Contains Lutein; a natural antioxidant that helps eye health. Nutritional Facts: Monounsaturated, Foliate, Potassium, Lutein, Magnesium, Vitamin K, Vitamin E, Vitamin C and Vitamin B6. This delicious fruit is an essential ingredient of national and international cuisine; the best chefs in the world use their imagination to include it in their recipes. Click on the photos to see them.

They're an anti-aging powerhouse

Supercado is what we should call avocados, because they're one of the most inexpensive anti-aging tools for your skin! Don't let its rough outer covering fool you — the inner smoothness and creaminess are what we need for youthful skin. With all of the nutrients, healthy fat and vitamins, an avocado tree could be the next fountain (tree) of youth!

Avocados need love, too

Avocado trees do not self-pollinate; they need another avocado tree close by to bear fruit. The avocado is an Aztec symbol of love and fertility, and they also grow in pairs on trees. My love and I eat them every day, and we create natural loving meals with love filled food!


Only four major fruits and nuts were successfully domesticated in the 20th century. The U.S. Department of Agriculture was responsible for three of them: avocados, macadamia nuts, and blueberries. New Zealand got the fourth: the kiwifruit.

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