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3 reasons why you need Avocado! 1) Rich source of Oleic Acid, a good fatty oil. Resistant to heat making it an ideal cooking oil. 2) Rich in many vitamins and minerals including Vitamin K which helps the blood clot properly in healing 3) A single 100g dose contains 27% RDA of fibre which helps promote gut health, preventing constipation and bloating BONUS: Vitamins A D E K need fat to be absorbed, avocado helps greatly increase the absorption of these due to its high fat content…

from the Guardian

The truth about superfoods

Seaweed: rich in vitamin B12, so good for vegans.

Did you know that Avocado seeds are packed full of nutrients that can provide several health benefits to the body?

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from The WHOot

Stop Avocado Turning Brown With This Easy Trick

Avocados health benefits-Top 15 health benefits of Avocados. Holy Land Designs GT www.holylanddesigns.com www.etsy.com/shop/HolyLandDesignsGT

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from The Viet Vegan

Vegan Pistachio Chocolate Cheesecake with Cashew Date Crust

Vegan Pistachio Chocolate Cheesecake with Cashew Date Crust I used to be intimidated by the word “vegan”. In my mind, this term was used for those who had overly complicated diets and aggressively judged anybody who chose to eat any form of animals or animal products. I thought that vegan baked goods would lose their …

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from NeuroticMommy

Toasted Avocado and Bean Pitas

Toasted Avocado and Bean Pitas are a great healthy lunch to grab and go! This easy to make meal is done in minutes. Crispy warm pitas are delish. NeuroticMommy.com #vegan #healthy - I Quit Sugar

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from BBC Food

Black bean and avocado salad

Max out on protein, healthy fats and flavour in this black bean and avocado salad from Hemsley + Hemsley

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Studies show depressed people often lack a fatty acid known as EPA. Omega-3 from walnuts, flaxseed & chia seeds can help decrease anxiety, sleep disorders, feelings of sadness, & suicidal thoughts. Vitamin C & folic acid in Cabbage can protect against stress & many types of cancers. Foods like raw cacao, dark molasses & brazil nuts (high in selenium) are excellent for boosting brain function & eliminating depression. Avocados provide tryptophan which becomes serotonin, which promotes…

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from redbookmag.com

10 Salad Dinners That Fill You Up

For a salad that’s got all the bases covered, look no further. Spicy shrimp is high in protein and low in calories, crunchy-cool cucumber is packed with vitamins, and creamy avocado is a great source of filling, healthy fats. Get the recipe at Pinch of Yum. Courtesy of Pinch of Yum - Redbook.com

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from Delish

Sweet Potato Toast

Sweet Potato Toast - a healthy alternative with no gluten