The Top 5 Fruits for FAST Weight Loss – Avocados [Part 4]

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The best fruits for fast weight loss: Also known as the “Alligator Pear,” the avocado is a climacteric fruit, which means that it matures on the tree but ripens off of it. The avocado is a nutrient-dense fruit, containing upwards of 20 essential nutrients—which are crucial to optimizing your health and stoking your fat-burning furnace—including fiber, vitamin K, folate, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, pantothenic acid, potassium, riboflavin, and niacin. Avocados are rife in monounsaturated fats (MUFAs), including oleic acid, which seems to have a potent impact on appetite regulation.

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Researchers from the University of California Irvine found that oleic acid stimulates the production of a compound called oleoylethanolamide (OEA) by the cells of the small intestine. OEA helps to suppress appetite by activating specific sites in the brain that help to curb hunger. Previously, this group of researchers found that increasing OEA levels reduces appetite, increases weight loss, and improves various metabolic parameters.

According to research recently published in Nutrition Journal, eating avocado with a meal significantly improves satisfaction and reduces the desire to snack in the hours after eating. Specifically, researchers found that participants who consumed half of an avocado with their lunch reported a 23% increase in meal satisfaction, a 40% decrease in their desire to eat during the three hours after their lunch, and a 28% decrease in the desire to eat 5 hours afterward.

Do you POOP enough?

Please excuse the somewhat personal nature of this excerpt, but the information we are about to share below is extremely important for both you and your digestive health.

You may not think that you’re constipated, but in reality, it is VERY likely that you ARE.

You see, constipation is not simply “not being able to go”, or only eliminating once a week...that’s severe constipation. The truth is, a healthy digestive system should be eliminating after every meal.

Are you moving your bowels several times a day, once for every meal you eat? If not, you are suffering from constipation, which will cause a buildup of toxins and undigested, rotten, putrid food in your digestive system.

This can make it much harder for you to lose fat while also wreaking havoc on your digestive system and overall health...really bad stuff. Just imagine all that rotted, disgusting food sitting there in your digestive system... yuck!

Fortunately, this can be corrected rather quickly, with a few simple steps:

==> 4 tips for healthy digestion and regular bowel movements

avocados1What’s more, the authors of the study noted significantly improved insulin efficiency, suggesting that avocados may help improve carbohydrate management, another very important factor when trying to lose fat.

Observational studies suggest that regular avocado consumption is associated with better diet quality, nutrient intake, and overall metabolic health. In another study published in Nutrition Journal, researchers examined the dietary habits of over 17,000 men and women, and they found that those folks who regularly consumed avocados were more likely to have a lower body weight, body mass index (BMI), and waist circumference.

If that’s not enough, research shows that consuming avocados alongside vegetables can dramatically improve the absorption of important fat-fighting phytochemicals, which combat oxidative stress, a process associated with aging and obesity.24–27 In a study published in the Journal of Nutrition, researchers from Ohio State University found that when they added avocado or avocado oil to salsa the absorption of phytochemicals was up to four times higher than when the salsa was avocado-free. If that’s not enough, when avocado was added to salads, the researchers found that absorption of these potent antioxidants was up to 15 times higher than when the salads were consumed avocado-free.

You will also find the next part in the series where we discuss the top 5 fruits for weight loss here.