Avocado has about more than 200 recipes and I like the most is the chocolate one, tasted it once and it’s really good. Even you must taste it. I am especially very peculiar about the food and very selective but if it is at least semi good than I am into it. And after listening to the health benefits even you may start liking it. The ingredients required are also quite simple and you may easily prepare it at home unless you are not lazy to say—who is going to prepare this stuff! Look at the health benefits it is providing. No other pudding may give you and additionally it is providing you with taste. Wow! Be happy and enjoy it with extra health benefits.
Interested in chocolate pudding? Let’s see the recipe involved in this pudding. Not a big headache- just follow the steps and enjoy eating it.
- ½ avocado, mashed
- 1-2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
- 2 teaspoons raw honey
- 1 teaspoon sun butter (or other nut butter)
- Pinch of salt
- Dark chocolate chips-optional
- Mash up your avocado.
- Add in your cocoa powder, raw honey, sun butter, pinch of salt and mix thoroughly.
- Top with dark chocolate chips if you would like. I liked.
- Eat it up!
We have seen the taste and the recipe to prepare avocado pudding, now just check over the health benefits we obtain through this pudding and you will be stunned upon observing!
Consumption of pro inflammatory foods is a risk to heart. But even cholesterol is also responsible for the same. Here are some of the reasons why it keeps your heart healthy,
- Decrease in high blood triglyceride levels
- Lowers the amount of fat in blood
- Increase in take of monounsaturated and better than polyunsaturated, good for heart health
Avocados are also an excellent source of folate, known to reduce dangerous homocysteine levels in the blood, another predictor of cardiovascular disease.
This wonder fruit even contains phytosterols for reducing cholesterol absorption, as well as significant amounts of dietary fibre
The fibre content of avocados moderates blood sugar levels, guards against both cardiovascular problems and diabetes, and helps prevent constipation.
Avocados are particularly rich in potassium, even higher than the often touted bananas, and a good food to eat for normal blood pressure and a lower risk of kidney failure and heart disease. Many people don’t get enough nutrients supply through food. But avocado supplies which is essential to maintain the blood pressure.
The oleic acid and dietary fibre in avocados help normalize blood sugar levels, providing further benefits for heart health and lowering the risk of diabetes.
The monounsaturated fats are beneficial for skin tone and appearance. The epidermal layer is maintained well to make the skin soft and clear.
Omega9? These omega-9 fats are known to assist in reducing skin redness and irritation and are involved in repairing damaged skin cells.
A well dietary intake of monounsaturated fat will increase sebum production as well, which helps control acne, blackheads and excessively oily skin.
It is rich in vitamin E which helps guard against photo aging protecting from sun.
Protects skin from wrinkles and other visible signs of aging.
Diabetes is spreading like a fire nowadays. The most common among diabetes symptoms being thirst and continuous hunger which is uncontrollable, if you find with such symptoms than consult a doctor. But avocado also contains some special curing abilities,
Theolic acid in avocado is specially recommended for its ability to lower ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol while raising the ‘good’ HDL cholesterol. Keeping cholesterol levels in check is vital for diabetics as they have a much higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
Having more monounsaturated fats in a diabetic diet is also beneficial for reducing high triglyceride levels and may help improve insulin function and blood glucose levels.
Vitamin C present in avocado can be made use for strengthening blood vessels and capillaries and making the immune function much properly.
The vitamin E in avocado provides protection from nerve damage in diabetic patients with peripheral neuropathy
The levels of potassium in avocados are so high that they perform the function of a strong nutritional factor for diabetics due to the minerals role in maintaining a healthy heart and regulating blood sugar.
Benefits for pregnant women
Are you pregnant? You must be fond of eating to your full. That’s common during the pregnancy period to every lady. But even try eating avocado pudding once. You will have a good taste and as well good to your baby and for your health.
Birth defects like spinal bifida is prevented by vitamin B and doctors advise women to get high amounts of folate which is available in avocado.
Vitamin K is a valuable nutrient which is helpful for you and your baby for the purpose of development. Vitamin K deficiency-related bleeding, or VKDB, is a condition where newborn babies cannot stop bleeding as their blood doesn’t contain enough vitamin K. Getting more high vitamin K foods in your diet during pregnancy can help pass more of it onto your unborn child.