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Yes, it is true – avocado is a fatty fruit. But even with its creamy texture, this “fatty” fruit is a lot more than providing unsaturated fats in the body. It is a complete fruit with all the nutrients that the body needs. It is a provider of potassium, folate and fiber. Avocado is also filled with Vitamin E.

It is not advised to eat daily since avocado is high in calories but if you can, eat this fruit two to three times a week. This fruit can help people with high blood pressure by regulating it and it also is a “goodbye heart disease” food. It is tasty and if eaten regularly, infused in a diet meal program, a person may benefit from it and lose weight.