Avocados Heart Healthy

While many factors affect heart disease, eating fruits and vegetables, such as avocados, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.
When it comes to choosing foods that are going to be staples in your regular or daily diet, you want items that aren’t simply good, but are also actually good for you. Wherever possible, you want to avoid sacrificing great taste for healthful benefits. While not all foods happen be both, one that stands out as a stellar example is the superfruit avocado. It’s a superfood with a long list of overall health benefits, and an equally long list of versatile ways you can enjoy it, whether it’s as simple as topping an avocado with some Sriracha and eating it with a spoon, using some fresh avocados to whip up your signature guacamole recipe or pairing it with toast to start off your morning.

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