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13 Great Benefits of Eating Avocado Seeds

13 Great Benefits of Eating Avocado Seeds | Stephen Harper | Scoop.it
By Dr Paul Haider Everyone knows about Avocados... but did you know that Avocado Seeds are full of great health benefits?

Via Kat Carroll, Catherine Dalton
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Apparently we're missing out on important nutrients when we throw parts of fruits and veggies away.  Pineapple cores are also densely filled with good stuff.

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Kat Carroll's curator insight, March 12, 2013 7:39 AM

Amazing information! Why haven't we heard of this? Have YOU?

Nicole Hauck's curator insight, October 14, 2013 5:54 PM

This is really interesting because the seed, or what I thought was the pit of the avocado, is edible. The pits are very tough and appeared inedible. This could go in the section that shows other ways to use avocados, while it is food related, I intend for the recipes to focus on using the flesh of the avocados. It also provides many health benefits I haven't heard of before - possible prevention of tumor growth, reducing GI tract inflammation, strengthening of immune system, reducing asthma, and improving weigh loss. This shows readers how they can really get the most of their money, and get important nutrients we often throw away. The article also tells the reader how to prepare the avocado seed so it can be ingested. 

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13 Great Benefits of Eating Avocado Seeds

13 Great Benefits of Eating Avocado Seeds | Stephen Harper | Scoop.it
By Dr Paul Haider Everyone knows about Avocados... but did you know that Avocado Seeds are full of great health benefits?

Via Kat Carroll
more...
Kat Carroll's curator insight, March 12, 2013 7:39 AM

Amazing information! Why haven't we heard of this? Have YOU?

Catherine Dalton's curator insight, March 12, 2013 7:46 AM

Apparently we're missing out on important nutrients when we throw parts of fruits and veggies away.  Pineapple cores are also densely filled with good stuff.

Nicole Hauck's curator insight, October 14, 2013 5:54 PM

This is really interesting because the seed, or what I thought was the pit of the avocado, is edible. The pits are very tough and appeared inedible. This could go in the section that shows other ways to use avocados, while it is food related, I intend for the recipes to focus on using the flesh of the avocados. It also provides many health benefits I haven't heard of before - possible prevention of tumor growth, reducing GI tract inflammation, strengthening of immune system, reducing asthma, and improving weigh loss. This shows readers how they can really get the most of their money, and get important nutrients we often throw away. The article also tells the reader how to prepare the avocado seed so it can be ingested.