Avocado, also known as avocado, avocado, cool pear, butter fruit, has the reputation of “forest butter”. Avocado is rich in a variety of vitamins (A, B, E and B vitamins, etc.), a variety of mineral elements (potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, etc.), edible vegetable fiber; rich in fat, unsaturated fatty acid content as high as 80%, can reduce cholesterol and lipid, protect cardiovascular and liver system, etc. Important physiological functions. For white-collar workers who often use computers, avocados are rich in vitamins A, E, and B2, which are good for the eyes. Shea butter does not contain starch and sugar, so it is suitable for diabetics to eat. It is rich in vitamin E, which helps skin to resist oxidation and is a natural antioxidant. Eating avocado also reduces the risk of prostate cancer.
Food Material List
- 1 Avocado 1
- 1 Wash avocado
- 2 Cut in the middle and twist your hands to separate. One side of the stone was scooped out with a spoon
- 3 Use a knife to cut the pulp into “wells”
- 4 Dig the pulp out with a spoon, crush it in a bowl and mix it with sugar.