In 1998, avocado is listed as ‘the most nutritious fruit in the world’ by the Guinness World Records. Avocado contains protein, dietary fiber, and vitamins A, C, and E. It also provides minerals such as potassium, magnesium, and niacin; more importantly, it is a fruit with very high-fat content, and most of it contains unsaturated fatty acids that help reduce bad cholesterol. Although avocado is good, there are some contraindications for consumption. If you are not careful, it may cause some adverse effects on your body.
1. People with allergies should not eat
Avocado is a tropical fruit. It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and protein. The protein is all plant protein. It also contains some foreign protein. This protein is irritating to the human body. Therefore, people with allergic constitutions are not suitable to eat avocados to avoid their appearance.
2. Obese people should not eat more
Avocado has a certain weight loss effect, but this effect is only effective when consumed in small amounts. After all, avocado is a high-fat food. When eating too much, the unsaturated fatty acid in the flesh will be converted into fat and accumulate in the body and cause obesity.
3. People with poor digestive function should not eat more
Avocado is rich in protein and unsaturated fatty acids. Most of the protein is a plant protein. This protein is not very digestible. Therefore, people with poor digestive function should not eat more to avoid diarrhea and bloating.
4. Avocado is not suitable for cold drinks
Avocados are rich in fat and are ‘greasy’ foods in fruits. Therefore, they cannot be eaten with cold drinks or iced avocados to avoid causing diarrhea.
5. Avocado is best not to eat at night
It is best not to eat avocado at night because energy consumption at night is inherently small, plus avocado is a high-energy fruit, it is easy to get fat at night.