The avocado contains fourteen minerals, all of which regulate body functions and stimulate growth. Especially noteworthy are its iron and copper contents, which aid in red blood regeneration and the prevention of nutritional anemia. It also contains sodium and potassium, which give this fruit a high alkaline reaction. The avocado contains no starch, little sugar, and has some fiber or cellulose.
Avoid eating large amounts of avocado if you’d like to lose weight, because they are high in calories, BUT DO INCLUDE THEM ONCE IN AWHILE INTO YOUR DIET.
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Tomatoes, Swiss Chard, Spinach, ROMAINE Lettuce, Shredded cabbage, Melon, avacados, berries, apples sliced into green salads increase your intake of fiber and water. Other high water foods are: celery, cucumbers, radishes, carrots, asparagus, Artichokes broccoli, cauliflower, sprouts, and mushrooms. Fruits with high water content are strawberries, watermelon, grapefruit, and cantaloupe. Eat foods that act as a diuretic and they will help you to lose retained water weight. Soup is good too~
Vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, calcium and vitamin D which helps ward off fat retention. The B vitamins are essential for weight loss cause they control sugar levels, metabolic rate and thyroid function. Eat bananas, avacados, oranges,milk and yogurt, nuts, eggs, dark leafy greens, liver, meat and poultry, whole grains including barley or take supplements.
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