Avocado with its appearance and taste similar to a vegetable, but actually
is a fruit, and very useful !

Description avocado avocado (pear or alligatorova) - the name of the tree of the same name and
fruit. According to some reports avocados are cultivated from the third millennium
BC. Homeland avocado - the jungle of South and Central America, where
gradually it spread to other continents. In Europe, avocados were delivered
Spanish conquistadors. Currently there are over 400 species of
avocados grown in most tropical and subtropical parts of the
our planet. But the most common fruit that got in
South America (especially Brazil), United States, Mexico and several African countries, as well as
in Spain and Israel. On the shelves of our stores avocado often falls
in an immature state. But the touch such fruits are hard, but fairly firm flesh,
in consistency and taste similar to unripe pear or gourd. There is to this
fetal lie, he comes "to standard". The pulp of ripe fruit is
delicate texture, the taste is recalling butter mixture with the mashed
greens, with a slight nutty flavor. Ripe avocados are widely used
in cooking, add them to salads, soups, sushi and cold appetizers and cooking
sandwiches. Avocados are widespread in vegetarian dishes, where
serves as a substitute for meat and eggs. A ripe fruit of receiving valuable
oil, used not only in cooking but also in the cosmetic industry.
Ingredients 100g of avocado avocado contains: * Water - 73 g * Protein - 2 g *
Fat - 15 grams * Carbohydrates - 6g (including mono-and disaccharides - 5 g) * Food
fiber (cellulose) - 0.6 g * Organic acids - 0.1 g * Ash - 1 g
Vitamins in avocados avocados: * Vitamin A (Retinol) - 0.03 mg Vitamin B1
(Thiamine) - 0.06 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0.04 mg * Niacin (vitamin
B3 or vitamin PP) - 0.6 mg Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) - 1 mg *
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - 0.2 mg * Folic acid (vitamin B9) - 18.5
mg * Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 7.7 mg Vitamin K - 19 mcg Nutrients
avocado: * Potassium - 280 mg * Calcium - 15 mg * Magnesium - 10 mg * Sodium
- 2 mg * Sulphur - 15 mg * Phosphorus - 33 mg * Chlorine - 11 mg of trace elements in avocado:
* Aluminum - 0.8 mg * Boron 0.1 mg * Iron - 1 mg * Iodine - 2 mg * Cobalt
- 1 mg * Manganese - 0.21 mg * Copper - 0.25 mg Molybdenum 10 mcg * * Fluorine -
14 mcg * Zinc - 0.29 mg Calories 100 g avocado avocado contains on average
about 167 calories. Useful properties of avocado Avocados are one
of the fat-containing fruits, giving the palm a coconut,
the lion's share of their component fats are useful and easily digestible
monounsaturated fatty acids. Therefore, despite the high caloric content,
This fruit is a useful dietary product. Avocado is effective in
hypertension, diabetes, gastritis, dyspepsia, gastritis with
low acidity and high acidity of gastric juice. Nutritionists
recommend avocado with constipation, cataracts, beriberi, and as
tonic after previous infections and other diseases.
Avocados help to reduce "bad" cholesterol, are useful
atherosclerosis, anemia, hypertension, generally favorable influencing
on the cardiovascular system. Potassium avocados, in large quantities
part of the avocado, is responsible in the body for generating and transmission
nerve impulses, as well as normalizes water-salt balance and muscle work
system. When used avocado reduced irritability, increased
performance, ability to concentrate, drowsiness and fatigue passes,
feel better. This is explained by the combined effect contained
avocado mannogeptulozoy substance that lowers blood glucose levels,
while contributing to its better absorption by cells of the brain. Avocados also
has antioxidant properties, protecting cells from the harmful effects
free radicals and preventing the aging process. Useful
properties also have the seeds and leaves of avocados, broth which is used
for the treatment of dysentery and chronic colitis and enterocolitis. Carefully,
Avocado! Avocado is contraindicated in case of individual intolerance.
Also keep in mind that the composition of avocado pits are toxic
substances that may lead to violations of the digestive system
or cause severe allergic reactions.

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