The ‘diet’ fruit that makes you feel full faster

Most of us probably wouldn’t think of guacamole as diet food.

After all, dipping tortilla chips into the tasty green Mexican food staple doesn’t really scream low calorie.

However, according to a team of researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, if you’re on a diet, avocados could be your new best friend.

That’s because they’ve been shown to make people feel fuller faster — and that makes it much easier to diet and stay on track to reach your goal weight…

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Push away from the table for fewer calories

The scientists followed 72 Mexican families (a total of 231 individuals) looking at how avocados made them feel after eating, how many calories they consumed, what other foods they ate and the quality of nutrition they received.

And hands-down, they discovered that families who ate 14 avocados per week for a period of six months grabbed some important benefits that not only impacted their waistlines but their overall health, too.

First and foremost, the researchers say that eating avocados sped the feeling of fullness after eating.

This effect could be due to the fact that avocados are packed with two amino acids that have been shown to send the “full signal” to your brain in less than 30 seconds.

And as you might imagine, this led to avocado eaters consuming significantly fewer calories than those who ate less of the green fruits.

Additionally, families who hit that magic number of 14 avocados per week also reduced their weekly consumption of processed meat compared to those who ate three or less avocados in the same timeframe.

That’s a serious boon for your health when you consider that processed meat’s disease links stretch from cancer to asthma. And eating processed proteins like bacon can raise your dementia risk by up to 44 percent!

It looks like eating more avocados could save your life as well as your diet.

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High-quality fat makes dieting easier and healthier

So if you’re looking to lose weight, don’t fall for the myth that you need to cut out all fats.

High-quality fat, like what you get from avocados is not only good for your diet — this study demonstrated that it’s downright helpful.

For men, keeping the fat in meals during dieting can also help prevent problems like low testosterone which can steal your libido and destroy your sex life.

And eating avocados can help reduce LDL — bad cholesterol — and raise your good cholesterol (HDL). This improved ratio can shrink heart disease risk.

So add an avocado a day to melt belly fat away.

For an easy way to get more of the green fruit in your diet — and one of the tastiest egg salads you’ll ever have — try this recipe for egg salad with avocado and chickpeas.

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Sources:

Effects of Different Allotments of Avocados on the Nutritional Status of Families: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial – MDPI

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Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

By Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst is a board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic, with more than 20 years of experience. She has dedicated herself to helping others enjoy life at every age through the use of alternative medicine and natural wellness options. Dr. Schmedthorst enjoys sharing her knowledge with the alternative healthcare community, providing solutions for men and women who are ready to take control of their health the natural way.