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Fresh Avocados Provide Nutrition Your Heart Will Love
Avocado half filled with tuna salad.
Fresh Avocados Provide Nutrition Your Heart Will Love
March is National Nutrition Month® and we want to take this time to admire the nutritional bounty of fresh avocados. This unique and creamy fruit is heart healthy1, delicious and delivers way more than taste. One serving of fresh Hass Avocado, about one-third of the medium fruit, is a good source of fiber and folate, contains 6 grams of unsaturated "good" fat, 6% of the Daily Value for potassium, and is cholesterol, sodium and sugar free.
Fresh avocados are an easy way for your clients to enhance the nutritional quality of whatever they’re eating: Sliced into salads, blended into soups, or stacked onto sandwiches, fresh avocados give recipes a refreshing bite, and they're a delicious addition for any eating occasion.
 
Pancakes topped with avocado chunks and banana slices.
Heart-Healthy Eats for Healthier Lives
Fresh Avocados - Love One Today® has a whole section dedicated to heart-healthy eating. The recipes focus on adding color with fresh fruits and vegetables and limit ingredients with too much saturated fat, sodium or sugar. Even better, they have all been Heart-Check certified by the American Heart Association® (AHA).
Grilled Chicken Flatbread with Avocado Yogurt, Avocado Bibimbap or Avocado and Banana Overnight Oats are just some of the offerings your heart and taste buds will love.
Check out all of the heart-healthy recipes here, and learn more about our involvement with AHA at LoveOneToday.com/pluscolor.
 
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Visit LoveOneToday.com/resources to discover our comprehensive collection of avocado-related educational resources and scientific literature, and click here to find more of our flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes.
 
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1 While many factors affect heart disease, diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of this disease.