Avocado – The Super Fruit

Avocado – The Super Fruit

Avocado is a superfruit, and one of the most nutritious for its high nutritional value. The humble avocado can beat the apple when it comes to keeping the doctor away. Each Avocado contains approximately 300 nutrient-packed calories, vitamins K, D, and C, and a wide array of primary and trace minerals.

A single tree can produce as many as 600 avocados per year, so an Avocado every day is possible. The Avocado online market will help you to find fresh avocados easily.

Average Avocados also contain 81 micrograms of lutein. This helps with eye health as well because it contains mono- and polyunsaturated oils. Avocados are a healthier alternative to foods high in saturated fats.

Avocado is the fruit that has the highest amount of protein than any other fruit. This makes it extremely beneficial for anyone, at any age. Avocado has been endorsed by The Heart Foundation as a healthy option for food.

Avocado is a fruit that comes from central and southern America. It is also known as the Alligator Pear because of its Alligator skin texture, and pear shape.

Len Grey, Gisborne was the founder of "Father" New Zealand's Avocado industry. His orchard was given avocado seeds by the New Zealand Department of Agriculture in 1926. By 1935, they were producing fruit.

For its protection against wind and frosts, the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand is home to the best New Zealand Avocado areas. The highest levels of beta-sitosterol in the New Zealand Avocado help lower cholesterol absorption.

Hayden Powlett