Avocado, Australian Hass. Ea *LARGE* *BEST EATING*

$2.30

Quality Large, Australian Hass avocado. Ea.

Description

Fresh, tasty, smooth, LARGE Australian Hass avocado.

In peak season now, firm, and ready to eat!

Avocados are highly nutritious. They’re great sources of folate, potassium, and healthy fats, as well as vitamins K, C, and E. They also contain small amounts of B vitamins and minerals, such as copper, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, iron, and zinc

The big difference: these avocados have significantly less fat. Now, less fat might sound good, but the fats found in Hass avocados are very healthy. Avocado oils are considered heart-healthy and good for your skin. … The richness of the fruit makes the Hass easy to mash and whip and richer in taste.

Why are Hass avocados so expensive?

Avocado prices have rocketed in recent years by up to 129%. Heatwaves, droughts, and water scarcity can have devastating effects on avocado production. The increasing popularity of avocados is causing environmental degradation, as suppliers work to keep up with high demand.

 

Health Benefits.
Avocados are highly nutritious. They’re great sources of folate, potassium, and healthy fats, as well as vitamins K, C, and E. They also contain small amounts of B vitamins and minerals, such as copper, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, iron, and zinc

The monounsaturated fats in avocados — most of which are oleic acid — are good for your heart, to fight inflamation, and may have anticancer properties. Eating avocados can also help you better absorb other fat-soluble nutrients.

Furthermore, avocados are full of fiber, an important nutrient lacking in most Western diets. Some studies have found that people who eat avocados tend to weigh less, perhaps due to the fruit’s high content of fiber and healthy fat, as well as its low glycemic index.

Avocados also contain antioxidants that are good for your eyes and brain, such as lutein and zeaxanthin. These antioxidants may lower your risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts, and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s

What’s more, research suggests that people who regularly eat avocados are healthier and have a lower risk of metabolic syndrome. However, this may be because many people who enjoy this fruit also appear to eat many other healthy foods.

STORAGE.
Once ripe, eat the avocado in the next day or two, or store it whole and uncut in the refrigerator for up to three days.
The cold environment slows down ripening, so don’t buy unripe avocados and put them in the refrigerator. They won’t ripen properly, if at all.

 

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