Question by  earl (12)

Are avocados healthy?


Answer by  tface1000 (147)

Yes. They contain lots of potassium, as well as vitamins B6, C, E, and K. They have no cholesterol, are high in fiber, and are low sodium. They do have a somewhat high fat content, but it's unsaturated fat and contains no trans-fat. The nutritional benefits offset the fat content as long as you don't go overboard.


Answer by  Tracey62 (316)

Avocados, albeit high in fat, has mainly monounsaturated fat so it won't cause clogged arteries. It's high in vitamin A and E as well. Avocados are also high in fiber so they add in keeping a person regular and when you eat them you don't get hungry as often. The fiber helps you to feel fuller longer.


Answer by  BookMonger (147)

Absolutely. Avocados are rich in vitamin E and monounsaturated fat. They are also a good source of dietary fiber, and vitamins K and B12 as well as potassium.


Answer by  Mary15 (347)

Avocados are VERY healthy. They may seem to be a rich fruit all buttery and delicious but they contain so many vitamins and minerals. They help maintain healthy skin/eyes.


Answer by  kakoe (989)

Avocados are known for being high in fat, however, these are healthy unsaturated fats and are actually very good for you. So in all, avocados are very healthy.

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