Avocados have typically been thought of as a great fat to eat as well as a good source of antioxidants. Avocados however aren’t that great when compared to other fruits. Avocados contain a lot of fat, and while it is the healthy fat you still need to pair it with dark, leafy vegetables to get the most out of it nutritionally. Finally, avocados are heavy in Vitamin K which is fat soluble but also interferes with Coumadin which is a blood thinner.
- Avocados are a great source of fat and pair very well with green leafy vegetables.
- An avocado is rich in antioxidants and also help improve the absorption of different vitamins into the body such as Vitamin A.
- Avocados have a bunch of Vitamin K in them but Vitamin K interferes with Coumadin which is a popular blood thinner.
“Avocados do, however, contain lutein and zeaxanthin, two carotenoid eye nutrients found in dark green leafy vegetables.”
Read more: https://nutritionfacts.org/2022/02/08/how-good-are-avocados-for-you/