Avocados are found in tropical climates, mostly in Central and South America. Avocados are the seed of the avocado plant. They are an excellent source of many essential compounds like vitamin C, potassium and magnesium.
These molecules contain pectin, which helps to make up for the low levels of fiber found in avocados. The secret lies in the compound called beta-cryptoxanthin (BCX).
BCX can be found in avocados only when they are completely dry, at which point it is converted into vitamin C by heat treatment ( oven drying) .
FCD is also known to help with diabetes; lowering LDL cholesterol; increasing your body’s ability to absorb vitamins; and improve insulin sensitivity.
Introduction: What is Freeze Dried Avocado and How Does it Actually Work?
Freeze dried avocado (also known as Avocados of the World) is a fruit that is 3.5-4 inches in diameter and produced by the process of dehydration, where the seeds are removed from the fruit. It has been commercially cultivated since around 1930s but only recently has it become popular worldwide.
The commercial production of freeze dried avocados started in Japan in 1945 when an avocatomeering company called Seibu Fujiya Co produced its first batch, but commercial production was later halted due to high production costs which were too high for Japanese market.
However, some small farmers began to cultivate freeze dried avocado on their land and then sold them to local stores or restaurants for use in snacks or “avocado chips” which became popular all over Japan after 1950s.
How to Use Frozen Avocado for Healthful Diets & Cures
Avocados are a popular fruit that are rich in monounsaturated fat, vitamin K, vitamin E and potassium. The high content of potassium ensures the proper functioning of the heart. They also have antioxidant properties.
Every avocado contains about 8-12 grams of fat which is good to meet your daily requirements for healthy fats.
Freezing Packed with Nutrients & Healthy Fats
Avocados are a great source of healthy fats and nutrition. They are low calorie, have high levels of Vitamins A, C, E and Potassium. They also have a good variety of nutrients such as potassium, thiamin and riboflavin which in order to be optimal can be stored in the body for several years.
The avocado is packed with nutrients like Vitamin A (1 mg), Vitamin C (36 mg) and Vitamin K (100 μg). Avocados also provide good amounts of potassium (1280mg), calcium (288mg) and potassium citrate (1g).
Avocado is low calorie – only 15 kcal per 100 gram! This means it is easy to use when your diet consists mainly on carbohydrates or proteins.
Avocados are high in nutrition and contain many different types of nutrients. They provide tons of fiber and help lower cholesterol levels as well as have been found to have positive effects on weight loss and prevention from obesity.
This vibrant green fruit is also known to boost metabolism and lower inflammation levels which is ideal for younger people who want a healthy body at a young age.
These fruits can be found in many different forms including frozen, canned or dehydrated foods but the best one is the freeze dried variety because they do not require any special processing whatsoever unlike other fresh varieties which may need peeling or shelling before freezing it.