It is Mexico and Central Spanish that owns the avocado berry , but explorers brought avocados back to Europe, where they quickly became a popular food. The name “avocado” is derived from the Aztec word “ahuacatl,” which means “testicle tree.” Avocados are also sometimes called “alligator pears” because of their shape and rough green skin.
Avocados are berry family. A “single-seeded berry,” each avocado has only one seed. Avocado don’t ripen on the tree. They are actually picked when they are still hard and then allowed to ripen off the tree. The process of ripening can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the variety and the conditions.
A. Avocados are super food because they are simply packed with nutrients.
B. They area good source of vitamins C and E for human, as well as potassium, magnesium, and fiber.
C. They are also a great source of mono unsaturated fat, which is a healthy fat that can help lower cholesterol levels.
D. They are packed with enough fibre
E. It can help you feel full and satisfied after eating.
F. Avocados have been many other other health benefits.
G. Avocado helps in weight loss management
H. The skin of avocados is very edible
I. Avocado has about 320 calories