Study Finds Daily Avocado Consumption Is Linked to Better Diet—Here’s Why

A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association suggests that incorporating avocados into daily meals could lead to better overall diet quality.

Individuals who consumed avocados daily had higher intakes of fruits and vegetables, lower intakes of added sugars, and a higher overall diet quality compared to those who did not eat avocados.

Avocado consumers also had a higher intake of dietary fiber, vitamins E and K, magnesium, and potassium—key nutrients associated with various health benefits including heart health and weight management.

Additionally, avocado consumption was linked to lower body weight, body mass index (BMI), and waist circumference.

The researchers suggested that avocados' nutrient-rich profile and potential role in promoting satiety could contribute to these findings.

However, it's essential to note that this study found an association, not causation, and further research is needed to establish a causal relationship between avocado consumption and improved diet quality.

Nonetheless, incorporating avocados into daily meals may be a delicious and nutritious way to support overall health.


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