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Shake Shack Drops Two New Avocado and Bacon Mashup Items

As with all the burgers of Shake Shack, these two new menu items are only made up of the highest quality ingredients.

Watch Out! Too Much Avocado May Not Be Good For You

Watch Out! Too Much Avocado May Not Be Good For You

Spoiler Alert: It's not something you can eat if you're wanting to lose weight.

A Healthy Gut Calls for a Daily Dose of Avocado

A Healthy Gut Calls for a Daily Dose of Avocado

Now here's another reason why you should keep a stock of avocados in your home.

Restaurant Chain Chipotle Warns Climate Change Could Force Guacamole Off Their Menu

Are Avocado Seeds Safe To Eat? Find Out Here

One of the world's most favorite fruit is probably the avocado. Its mushy, greenish and tasty mash is equally healthy and nutritional. It can be turned into smoothie, ice cream, salad, pancake, toast and many more. But lately there were videos and recipes going around claiming that the avocado seeds are good for your body. But can we really eat avocado seeds? Experts say, you probably shouldn't.

Restaurant Chain Chipotle Warns Climate Change Could Force Guacamole Off Their Menu

Avacado Oil: The Next Big Thing?

Avacado oil is slowly becoming one of the most popular oils out there, and here's why.

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Here's Why You Should Use Avocado Oil While Cooking

Avocado oil is one of the healthiest cooking oil that is available. However, most of us have set it aside, and we use it once in a while just to boost the taste of food.

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The Health Benefits of Avocado are Backed Up by Science

There were a lot of studies from prestigious universities including Pennsylvania State, Ohio and Tufts have found the link of eating avocado to health outcomes like better cognitive function, improved blood pressure, lower blood sugar, better diet adherence and improved cardiovascular health.

Avocado Seeds makes up 70% of its nutritional benefits

Aging: You Are Not Supposed To Lose Everything With These Foods

The Huffington Post - Next Avenue, the only national service for America's booming 50+ population, released November 3 their list of 2015 Influencers in Aging-its first annual list recognizing 50 inspiring thought leaders, doctors, authors, experts and innovators who are changing how we age and think about aging. Yes, you read that right from one of the great influencers in the world. Aging does not mean you have to lose your younger beauty. Nutritionist Dana James also agrees to this as she provides a list of foods to add to your anti-aging diet:

Benefits From Regularly Eating Avocados

Benefits of Eating Avocados Regularly

The fact that avocados are full of healthy fats that has high nutrient value, everyone should consider eating avocadoes regularly.

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Chipotle Guacamole At Risk Due to Climate Change

There's bad news for the burrito lover: Chipotle warned in its latest annual report that climate change might lead to guacamole being put on the chopping block at Chipotle stores.

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Foods: Preventing Cancer

According to The National Cancer Institute, around 1/3 of all cancer deaths may be diet related. Therefore, the selection of food will be very important. Among the common foods, you can find good ones that contain the cancer-fighting ability to stave off cancer, inhibit cancer cell growth or reduce the size.

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Avocado Smoothie

Avocado smoothie is good as a breakfast substitute, because it is high in calories and contains plenty of good fat. And it’s also great as a weaning food, because it tastes soft and creamy. You can mash avocado then add milk or yogurt with oatmeal. Or you can make avocado smoothie with other general fruits such as strawberries and bananas.

Salmon and Avocado Bagel Sandwich

Salmon and Avocado Bagel Sandwich

Salmon and avocado make a harmonious and delicious taste. If you want light taste, you can skip the cream cheese in the recipe. Salmon and avocado both will empower your day and maintain your skin health.

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Basic Guacamole Recipe

Guacamole is an avocado-based sauce originated in Mexico. It is mostly widely eaten as a dip in America.

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