The No.1 Food on the Planet

 

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Avocado: One Of The Best Foods On The Planet.Long List Of Amazing Health Benefits… Eat As Much As You Can! What a super food! So many health benefits we don’t know where to start! You’ll get your vitamins K, B, C, E, calcium, magnesium, copper, iron, folate, potassium, and calcium. You’ll get 18 out of 22 amino acids which build and repair muscle. They are a great anti- inflammation food and quite hydrating. Avocados are one of the best fruits you can eat. Don’t worry about the fat- it’s the GOOD kind. Eat as many as you can! –Bibi Farber

Sources: http://www.nextworldhealthtv.com and http://www.christopherhole.com/alkaline-diet-fruit-drinks-answer/

Originally from Mexico, the word Avocado comes from a Nahuatl Indian (Aztec) word “ahuácatl” meaning testicle. It is thought that the reference is either due to the avocado’s shape or the fact that it was considered to possess aphrodisiac qualities by the Aztecs. In Spanish, “ahuácatl” became “aguacate” and eventually “avogato” and then “avocado”. In English, the fruit was first described as an “Avagato pear” because of its pear-like shape. Later it also became known as an “alligator pear” given the alligator-like appearance to the skin. Over time, the term Avocado became the common word used to describe the fruit in English. The word “guacamole” also derives from a Nahautl Indian word, namely “ahuacamolli”, which is compounded from “ahuácatl” and “molli”, the latter word meaning “sauce” or “soup”… Enjoy…!!!

 

Originally from Mexico, the word Avocado comes from a Nahuatl Indian (Aztec) word “ahuácatl” meaning testicle. It is thought that the reference is either due to the avocado’s shape or the fact that it was considered to possess aphrodisiac qualities by the Aztecs. In Spanish, “ahuácatl” became “aguacate” and eventually “avogato” and then “avocado”. In English, the fruit was first described as an “Avagato pear” because of its pear-like shape. Later it also became known as an “alligator pear” given the alligator-like appearance to the skin. Over time, the term Avocado became the common word used to describe the fruit in English. The word “guacamole” also derives from a Nahautl Indian word, namely “ahuacamolli”, which is compounded from “ahuácatl” and “molli”, the latter word meaning “sauce” or “soup”… Enjoy…!!! – See more at: http://www.zengardner.com/1-food-planet/#sthash.8bChhV6c.dpuf

 

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