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Are Avocados A Super-Food?

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The term “Super-food” annoys me somewhat because it often gets loosely used to sell a myriad of pills and capsules that are actually toxic.

But if there is one food in the plant kingdom that has a right to this term, it’s the Avocado – a truly incredible fruit that does wonders for feminine health and healing.

Colloquially known as the “Alligator Pear”, the Avocado is derived from the Aztec language called Nahuath, it’s their word for womb or cervix. They taught that the “Sign Of Nature” (signature) of the Avocado was the female reproductive organs because it closely resembled visually, a swollen seed like a woman who is pregnant.  It was a brilliant observational wisdom, later discovered by modern science to be true.

Today, nutritional scientists have proven that Avocados absolutely can protect women from cervical and breast cancers and complications of delivery in giving birth. The good fats in the avocado also actually assist women to LOSE unwanted weight and to find their natural hormonal balance.

Now fellas, this doesn’t mean that men should not eat Avocados!  In fact, both men and women have both feminine and masculine qualities that should be enhanced and balanced by eating a wide variety of foods from nature’s table (more on that during my upcoming Aussie LIVE events).

Here’s why Avocados genuinely and rightfully can be referred to as a “Super-food” (if you like that term):

Avocados are known to:

  • Lower High Blood Pressure to normal range
  • Lower and stabilize your Cholesterol
  • Inhibit Prostate Cancer growth
  • Protect the Heart
  • Increases your absorption of Cartenoids from Vegetables
  • Prevent Strokes
  • Defend Blood Sugar
  • Reduce Asthmatic wheezing
  • Smooth Skin (use it as a face mask)
  • An essential source of Potassium

One of my favourite ways to snack on Avocados is to slice it down the centre, separate the halves so that you end up with two little cups, and then squeeze fresh lemon juice into the cups.  Sprinkle some Sea Salt on top and then slurp and munch til your hearts content!

Avocados are one of the foods I love talking about in depth which you’ll see at my upcoming event if you’re going to be there.

To learn how Wholefoods & Self-Care can heal your body and your life, REGISTER HERE for my “Where Truth and Health Lies” Australian Tour if you haven’t already!

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3 Comments

  • Karen

    February 11, 2014 at 2:59 pm

    Thank you so much for the reminder. We love Avocados but since moving to an area where they are not plentiful and rather expensive our consumption has dropped. We will eat more regardless of the cost as long as they are available. We need these reminders over and over again! Thank you for sharing your wisdom.

    • Fortune Events

      February 11, 2014 at 3:24 pm

      Hi Karen
      Thanks heaps for your comment!
      Avocados are absolutely super aren’t they?! They can be hard to come by at times but definitely worth the search and dollars 🙂

  • Michelle

    March 26, 2014 at 6:46 am

    After seeing Don at his Sydney event in March 2014 I became addicted to avocados and I’m now eating one a day, I eat it as a whole meal normally for dinner with sliced tomato and some himalayan salt – delicious. Thank you 🙂

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