Avocado’s Seed Is Actually Its Healthiest Part – Don’t Throw It Away! Here Is Why…


If you want your body aura to reflect a full range of rainbow colors, then you must know certain facts about your favorite avocado fruit. Not only eating the avocado fruit will make you healthy and strong, but also processing the avocado’s seed will make your body aura glowing as bright as the mellow-yellow flesh of the avocado itself!

If you are a passionate avocado lover like me, then you probably make the same mistake as I used to do until recently – you throw away the avocado seed without giving it a second thought!

Avocados offer nearly 20 vitamins and minerals in every serving, including potassium (which helps control blood pressure), lutein (which is good for your eyes), and folate (which is crucial for cell repair and during pregnancy). Avocados are a good source of B vitamins, which help you fight off infection and diseases.

BUT! According to nutrition experts, the avocado seed contains amazing 70 percent of the nutritional benefits of the fruit. The only thing you need to know to reap these benefits for your prefect homeostasis is how to consume avocado seeds properly.

Health benefits of the avocado seed


The avocado is also known as a super-food fruit because of the fountain of nutrients it contains. However, a very few people are aware of the fact that the bulky seed of the avocado is actually healthier than its flesh or its skin. Here below are some of the most important benefits of the powerful avocado seed:

1. The avocado seed is rich in antioxidants:

A team of researchers from the Pennsylvania State University have proven that the avocado seed contains more than 70% of the phenolic antioxidants found in the entire avocado fruit! These antioxidants play an important role for reducing cholesterol levels. But there is more to it: by consuming the seed you will reduce the high blood pressure, reduce the inflammation level, and the risk of getting diabetes at a young age. You should also know that antioxidants are the “safeguards” of your immune system.

2. The avocado seed is good for the heart:

This fruit seed has very good anti-inflammatory properties. If you prepare the avocado seed for consummation, you will prevent plaque buildup in your arteries. The avocado seed is loaded with heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. Thus, you will reduce the risk of a stroke and a heart attack.

3. The avocado seed is good for joint pains:

Because of its strong anti-inflammatory properties, the avocado seed also helps people who suffer from acute arthritic pains. It is a great aid in alleviating joint pain. It also reduces the risk of cancerous developments in the body, and other inflammation-based diseases. This valuable seed contains anti- microbial, fungicidal, and even insecticidal properties.

4. The avocado seed is good for digestion health:

A lot of people in South America are in the habit of eating avocado seeds to fight against various digestive problems such as dysentery and gastric ulcers.

5. The avocado seed is a rich source of dietary fiber:

The avocado seed also contains soluble fiber and not only that – it is actually richer in fiber than any other vegetable. While the insoluble fiber is good for your regular bowel movements, the soluble fiber is good for both your stools and for lowering the cholesterol level, triglyceride levels, and high blood pressure.

Now that you have learned these facts about the avocado seed, you won’t throw it again for sure. Here is how you can feel the avocado seed benefits in its own right:

6. The avocado seed is the trick for getting a good head of hair and glowing locks

The avocado seed oil helps rejuvenate and moisturize the scalp. A rich source of proteins, amino acids and vitamins, the avocado seed helps soothe the scalp and promotes long, strong, healthy hair growth. In the recipe below, we combine the power of the avocado seed with some other best healing and delicious fruits, vegetables and herbs:


Prepare the following ingredients:

  • ½ avocado seed
  • 3-4 apples
  • 1-2 banana
  • 2-3 lemons, peel removed
  • 1 cup of spinach
  • 1 bunch of parsley
  • ¼ ginger
  • 1 stalk of celery


  1. Blend the avocado seed until it turns into fine powder.
  2. Divide the ground seed into 2 equal portions.
  3. Blend all the ingredients until you get a smooth mixture.
    Note: Do not use the other portion of the ground seed just as yet. Keep it for a later use.
    You just need half of it for a single serving.
  4. Strain the mixture well before drinking it.

Hopefully, this recipe will strike a more encouraging tone in you to try it. The mixture you get after straining tastes sweet and sour and is very rich in antioxidants and nutritional benefits for your diet of life!

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