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Lose Weight With Avocados: That’s what it works for!
Back to our penchant for the thick fruit. With around 15 percent, it has a very high fat content.
This has probably earned her the epithet “tree butter”. But despite their high calorie content, avocados are nutritious and healthy!
Because the largest part consists of the “good” unsaturated fatty acids.
They help with the burning of fat , which is why the avocado is considered super food in terms of weight loss.
Responsible is apparently the enzyme lipase, which provides good digestion and at the same time prevents the fat of the avocado is stored in the body.
So if you want to get rid of disagreeable love handles, should often bring the green fruit on the plate. Or drink:
Slimming Avocado Coffee – Two Recipes!
Paleo diet fans have been swearing on coffee for a while, reminiscent of a smoothie :
The creamy avocado portion of the coffee is particularly filling, and the caffeine contained in it stimulates fat burning, because this ingredient promotes lipolysis (an important precursor of fat burning).
For the avocado coffee you need half a cup of coffee, a quarter cup cup of avocado, half a cup of kale, half a cup of berries – like blueberries , strawberries or raspberries, half a cup of kefir or greek yogurt, a teaspoon of chia seeds half a teaspoon of cinnamon.
Put it in the blender until it lathers – your avocado coffee is ready!
Avocado Coffee In Indonesian Complacent?
Trendsetters have just discovered avocado coffee – but it has been a big hit in Indonesia for quite some time.
Maybe you want to try that too? For ‘Es Alpukat’ you need: half a ripe avocado, one third cup of espresso or strong coffee, half a cup of condensed milk, two ice cubes, two teaspoons of vanilla.
Put the avocado meat in a blender and mix it with the other ingredients to make a smoothie.
Your ‘Es Alpukat’ is done.
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