Immune Foods for New Years 2021—the Avocado
Rich, buttery, and packed with flavor, avocados are a versatile fruit that can add heft and health to many dishes. While avocados are higher in fat content, they are also packed with nutrients and are a great way to add healthy fats to your diet.
Avocados are very high in omega-3 fatty acids, which is a good kind of fat, in the form of alpha-linolenic acid. Omega-3s account for about three-quarters of the calories in an avocado.
These monounsaturated fats may help to lower cholesterol and improve overall heart health. Avocados also have a higher percentage of protein—about 4 grams—than most other fruits. Meanwhile, their sugar levels are comparatively lower on the scale.
Avocados are packed with many essential vitamins and minerals, such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), vitamin K, and fiber, which aids digestion and helps maintain regularity. Additionally, avocados are high in magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and potassium, containing even more potassium per gram than even bananas. All of these vitamins and minerals can greatly enhance immune system health.
Fresh avocados also contain lycopene and beta-carotene, which are important carotenoid antioxidants. The highest concentration of these antioxidants is thought to be located in the dark green flesh closest to the peel of the avocado. Antioxidants can help to reduce cellular damage.
The following are some different ways that you can include avocados in your diet. With them, you can strive to be healthier in 2021!
One of the more common ways that you’ll probably see avocados used widely in food is in one of the most famous Mexican side-dishes, Guacamole.
You can either make it more traditionally, using only avocados, herbs, and seasonings, or you can combine it with other great ingredients, such as corn, pineapple, spinach, and even quinoa.
On Toast with Eggs
Instead of using more traditional spreads on toast, such as butter or margarine, many folks like to add avocado spread instead.
You can simply use puréed avocado as a spread on both toast and sandwiches since it adds extra vitamins and minerals to your meal.
If you’re feeling a little fancier (and have the time), you can also add some egg over the top of your avocado and toast collaboration.
Another excellent food option for enjoying avocados is in soups.
Avocados can be either be used as the main ingredient to make avocado soup, or you can add chunks of this vibrantly green fruit to other types of soups, such as tortilla soup.
What’s great about the versatility of avocados is that they can often be enjoyed in both cold and hot soups.
One of the simplest ways to enjoy avocados is by simply sprinkling them with a pinch of salt and pepper.
You can also try other seasonings such as paprika, cayenne pepper, balsamic vinegar, and zesty lemon juice.
A quick and easy way to season an avocado is to cut it into chunks and drizzle it with a little olive oil, balsamic vinegar, pepper, and salt. Try it out for yourself, just be careful because you might fall in love!
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