Avocados are one of the healthiest fruits on the planets, but did you know that avocado pit contains more nutrients then the fruit itself?
Well, after eating avocado most people simply discard the pit and that is a big mistake. In today’s article you can read about the benefits of avocado pit.
Avocados are high in antioxidants, but this substance is more concentrated in the pits. According to nutritionists, more than 70% of all antioxidants contained in avocados actually are found in the pits.
Avocados are abundant with monounsaturated fats, and the avocado pits contain amino acids. It is scientifically proved that the amino acids prevent heart attack and stroke.
In addition to that, avocado pits are loaded with nutrients which have the ability to regulate cholesterol levels, relieve inflammation and reduce swellings in the digestive tract.
Flavonol have the ability to prevent common cold and fly. The catechins and procyanidins contained in the pit act as strong anti-inflammatories and efficiently reduce swellings, stiffness and joint pain.
Recent scientific research suggests that the avocado pits may be the cure for cancer. According to a peer-reviewed study which was published in the Cancer Research journal, avocation B contained in avocado pit extract has the ability to prevent the development of acute myeloid leukemia cells.
There are many separate studies which have proved that avocado pit promote healthy weight loss.
In addition to that, avocado pits are beneficial for:
Prevention of epilepsy attacks
Treatment of thyroid disorders
The avocado pit stimulates the production of collagen
Treatment of blemishes
When is applied topically it efficiently soothe and relax muscles
Inhibit the tumor growth
Medical experts advise you to use avocado pits and thus bring your health at an optimal level. Even though most people think that these pits are nothing but waste, you definitely should not throw them away as the offer remarkable health benefits.
Check the video below and see several suggestions about how to eat the avocado pits.