Is Avocado Oil Good for You?

by Galin Djagarov August 03, 2020

Is Avocado Oil Good for You?

Nowadays, avocado oil is in high demand because of the full range of benefits entails in beauty, health, and food. One tablespoon of avocado oil has about 124 calories and 14 grams of fat (9.9 grams of monounsaturated and 1.9 grams of polyunsaturated fat). It's obtained by pressing avocado pulp and not its seed.  

 

 Is Avocado Oil Better than Other Oils?

Avocado oil beats out the coconut oil and olive oil for its high smoke point of 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Unlike other oils, it is the best choice for high-temperature cooking and, at the same time, retaining its nutrients as well.

In France, avocado oil has acquired a prescription drug's status because of its inflammatory quality to alleviate arthritis's adverse effects. As a result of hydrogenation, oils like soybean oil, corn oil, and canola oil are oxidized and release free radicals. These free radicals cause inflammation, which is the leading cause of arthritis, including pain in the neck, shoulder, knee, and back. Avocado oil is incredible for use in diet or message. 

 

Avocado for Your Body

Inflammation is also responsible for high cholesterol. Your liver starts producing more cholesterol to fix soreness in arteries. However, medication helps to manage cholesterol levels in the blood but fails to treat the actual cause. In this condition, the use of avocado oil reduces inflammation, lowers blood pressure, and supports the cardiovascular system.

Avocado oil is a rich source of lutein, a carotenoid. Adding avocado oil to your diet insufficiently reduces the risk of various age-related eye diseases like macular degeneration and cataracts.

The kidneys of the people who have diabetes type 2 are under constant threat of oxidative damage. However, Oleic acid present in avocado oil can reduce this risk. Oleic acid also helps the body to fight against carcinogens, lowering the risk of cancer.

 

Avocado Oil for Skincare

Avocado oil is rich in lecithin, beta carotene, vitamins A, D, and E make it an excellent moisturizer, a natural sunblock, an anti-aging cream, and a natural makeup remover. Avocado oil serves as a multipurpose oil for everyone. When applied to your body, it keeps the skin soft. Mixing a few drops of avocado oil in bath oil prevents dryness of the skin caused by hot water. The hydrating, moisturizing and deeply penetrated oil acts as a natural remedy for psoriasis, a condition that causes red patches on the skin. It also helps to heal skin injuries and wounds. 

 

The topical oil application with few drops of lavender oil or any essential oil along with vitamin D supplements may cure it. Furthermore, the cosmetology industry has started using it in cosmetics and skincare products. A gentle massage of lukewarm avocado oil on the scalp can treat dry scalp and dandruff.

Tips for buying

To get maximum benefits, opt for extra virgin, unrefined, organic, and cold-pressed oil. 

 For the people who are passionate about healthy living, avocado oil serves the purpose well. Avocado oil boosts nutrients absorption in your body. When taken with vitamin D, it helps the body to get the most out of it.

Galin Djagarov
Galin Djagarov


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