I love avocado unconditionally.
BY Dr. Claude Martin-Mondiere M.D. PhD
When we love something that much, it’s always because there is something positive inside.
I tried to understand what makes me feel good. After some research, I discovered that I was not alone.
In Mexico, even before the existence of human life, avocados were the blueberries of giant mammals, with some nutrients as CoQ10, found abundant in it.
This fruit has been at the center of numerous pre-Columbian legends.
It has been valued as an aphrodisiac, enhancing sexual drive for men in all primitive cultures. Recent studies have confirmed this observation and explained why it is also good for women.
Cell membranes are made of lipids, and avocado works as a fat carrier for water-soluble nutrients that need a lipid side to be absorbed by the cell and delivered to the body.
The diversity of “good” fats helps to improve brain function and to deliver energy.
It is a fat burner, great to include in a weight loss program, enhancing energy with a minimum calorie intake.
It is available all year round everywhere in the world (at a very low price in subtropical producing countries).
Last but not least, pairing avocados with other delicious foods, enhance both taste and health benefits.
What you’ll find in The Avocado Affair:
- Information on history and major health benefits you will not find in any other books.
- Explanations on why eating avocados make you feel good and why you may be aging more slowly.
New easy recipes to make you glow.