The avocado, a tree likely originating from southcentral Mexico, it is scientifically known as Persea americana. This fruit is prized for its high nutrient value and is added to various dishes due to its good flavor and rich texture. It is the main ingredient in guacamole. These days, the avocado has become an incredibly popular food among health-conscious individuals. It’s often referred to as a superfood, which is not surprising given its health properties. There are many types of avocado that vary in shape and color — from pear-shaped to round and green to black. They can also weigh anywhere from 8 ounces (220 grams) to 3 pounds (1.4 kg).
The most popular variety is the Hass avocado. It’s often called alligator pear, which is very descriptive, as it tends to be pear-shaped and has green, bumpy skin like an alligator. The yellow-green flesh inside the fruit is eaten, but the skin and seed are discarded. Avocados are very nutritious and contain a wide variety of nutrients, including 20 different vitamins and minerals.
What are the Sexual Benefits of Avocado?
Many people are unaware that avocado are loaded with vitamin B6 and minerals which help keep your energy and sex drive up, helping you last longer in bed. For women studies have shown that the intake of Vitamin B6 is very important, especially those who are pre-menopausal. Vitamin B6 regulates the sex hormones and ups your libido by controlling raised levels of prolactin and regulating the production of oestrogen, testosterone, red blood cells, serotonin, and dopamine. This hormone balancing act of avocado can decrease symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (such as fatigue, bloating, and irritability) making it easier for women to “get in the mood.”
Ways to Eat Avocado For Sexual Benefits
The ways to eat avocados are endless! From raw to cooked, you can enjoy avocados in many forms, on their own or as part of another meal. Their mild flavor and creamy texture make them the perfect addition to any meal or as a snack all by themselves. Here are a few of our favorite ways to eat avocados:
Guacamole: You can never go wrong with this classic. Other than tortilla chips, we suggest dipping your veggies, fruits and other snacks in it too. Experts recommend adding guacamole as a spread for your sandwiches and burgers. In your tacos and burritos. Nothing like a few slices of fresh avocado on your tacos and burritos to make them extraordinary, special, super flavorful and nutritious!
Baked egg boats with avocado: Eggs and avocados go together like peanut butter and jelly. Well, maybe not really, but they are really good together and are our favorite breakfast combination. Egg are rich in fertility-boosting omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA and fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and vitamin K2.
Puréed: Puréed avocado is great on toast and makes a nutrient-dense, convenient breakfast meal. Puree your avocado by scooping out the soft, fleshy part of the fruit, placing it in a food processor or blender until it’s smooth, and add water until you get the consistency you want. This is a fun way to introduce kids to the benefits of avocados.
Mashed: Like puréed avocado, mashed avocado is great for kids or even as a tasty snack for adults. Instead of puréeing the avocado, mash it through with a fork until it’s soft and easy to eat.
Sliced: Sliced avocados go well in breakfasts or salads. Really, sliced avocados dress up any meal whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Cubed: Add a special touch to your salad by adding cubes or slices of avocado to it. If you need tips for cutting your avocado, be sure to check out our other helpful how-to videos.
Halve: You can serve up halved avocados grilled and seasoned. They make tasty side dishes for any meal.
What are the Side Effects of Eating Avocado For Sex?
Avocados are known to contain small-chain carbohydrates called polyols that can have a laxative-like effect when consumed in large quantities. And if you have an avocado intolerance or sensitivity to these natural sugars, you may also experience bloating, gas, or an upset stomach up to 48 hours after eating it. ALSO READ: Brain Healing Foods You Should Eat