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High cholesterol: Eating this popular breakfast food could lower ‘bad’ cholesterol

However, it’s important to note that all of the human studies involved in the findings outlined above had a small sample size (up to 37 people) and was short-term, with studies going on for up to a month.


Technically a fruit, avocados are native to Central and South America and are also known as butter pear.

Avocados are highly nutritious, containing vitamin E, potassium, niacin, monounsaturated fats and soluble fibre.

The breakfast food also contains useful minerals, such as iron, copper and B vitamin, folate.

Source: | Daily Express

Source: Sound Health and Lasting Wealth

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