Tips For Buying And Using Avocados


Avocados are a fruit. Although they aren't vegetables, You can include them in Green Smoothies.

Avocados originated in Central Mexico but have been expanded around the globe. They thrive in warm climates. Avocados are truly a Super Food. Raw Avocados are rich in healthy fats that slow down digestion and make you feel fuller for longer periods. Avocados are high in healthy fats that quickly become energy.

Health Benefits

Avocados have a lower sugar content than most fruits. This is because avocados contain less sugar than many other fruits. Avocados are also a good source of fiber, Vitamin B, Vitamin E, and, Potassium. 

You may be surprised to learn that avocados contain nearly twice the amount of potassium as bananas. These fruits are known for being a great source of potassium.


Avocados can be paired with many different foods, making them easy to eat. Avocados can be used as a topping in a salad, an omelet, or a sandwich. 

They are a great addition to smoothies because they are high in high-fat material. They provide a creaminess that is unmatched by other fruits and vegetables.

Purchasing and Storing Avocados

Avocados don't keep long enough to be ripe. That is the only thing I can say about them. Avocados never fully ripen on the trees so they won't be ready for sale in supermarkets. It will spoil as soon as it ripens. You have approximately 7-10 days to consume it.

You can speed up the ripening of avocados by placing them in brownish paper bags. It can spoil and taste terrible, as well as be bad for your health.


Avocados are great for you. Avocados have a unique flavor and texture due to their high-fat content.