"Avocado is much more useful than you think over the years," Aaron Goldfarb Fix.com health writer.
Avocados contain more potassium than bananas, ie 975 milligrams apiece medium size. While the medium-size banana 'only' contains approximately 487 milligrams of potassium.
Potassium is an electrolyte that is essential for hydration of the body, is also believed to lower blood pressure and maintain normal function of the brain and nerves.
In addition, potassium can counteract the side effects of excess sodium (salt), which is one risk factor for heart disease.
Then there is vitamin E, which is great for your skin. Protects skin from sun damage and reduce irritation. According to Goldfarb, avocado can also prevent wrinkles and better to cope with damaged hair.
For those of you who have the problem of bad breath, avocado juice helps clean your mouth and helps eliminate harmful bacteria in the gut that are often the cause of bad breath, according to Dr. Sarah Brewer, a physician and author Extracted from Eat Well Stay Well.
But if you do not like the taste or texture of avocado on your tongue, you can apply it directly to your skin to moisturize the skin and dry skin.