Eating Avocado Pears Can Lower Cholesterol

Eating Avocado Pears Can Lower Cholesterol - Natural Junkie

Experts have yet again shared the importance of including avocado pears in one’s meal as it could help to lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Some studies revealed adding avocado pears in a low-fat vegetarian diet could help decrease cholesterol level of people.

Avocado pears are generally grown in the tropical parts of the world, including countries in South America, Central America, the West Indies, Caribbeans, and Mexico, as well as some African countries like Cameroon, Nigeria, and Ghana.

A report by  healthline.com reveals Avocado pear is a rich source of potassium, which is an important mineral that the body needs to fight cancer.

Some test-tube studies have shown that nutrients in avocados may have benefits in preventing prostate cancer and lower the side effects of chemotherapy.

An avocado extract may help to relieve symptoms of arthritis. Studies have also shown that avocado and soybean oil extracts can significantly reduce symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Health experts say there is evidence that avocados are weight loss-friendly food because it is high in fiber and very low in carbohydrates.

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