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One of the world’s most popular superfoods, avocados are a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, fiber and good fats. See all the goodness Avocados from Chile bring to the table, or anywhere else for that matter. All nutrition information is based on a 50g serving of avocado, which is roughly 1/3 of an avocado.
Healthy mealtimes. Happy minds.
Getting your kids to eat healthy is a whole lot easier when they’re all for it. Bright, tasty and totally smushable, avocados are a great way to get extra nutrients and brain fuel into the bodies of your little ones, whatever age they may be. Especially before they’re born.
As most moms-to-be are well aware, folate is an essential part of healthy brain development and can help prevent certain birth defects. What’s not as well known, is that one third of an avocado contains 10% of the recommended daily value of folate. That’s a healthy and tasty contribution to any pregnancy nutrition plan.
As one of the first fresh fruits babies can enjoy in their early months, avocados are an easy way to provide nutrient dense spoonfuls that will be eagerly gobbled up and not pushed back at you. In addition to the essential vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients in avocados, each 50 gram serving (1/3 of an avocado) has 6 grams of unsaturated fats, which contribute to healthy growth of the central nervous system and brain. Smart all around.
Of course, the older the kids get, the more options there are. Whether it’s avocado spread on toast, or layered onto a cheese sandwich, or mixed into a chicken salad wrap, these versatile green wonders can be a welcome addition to any mealtime — for your kids and for you.
Your kids will love these. You’ll love them too.
Avocado it instead.
When you’ve got a few avocados handy, making healthy choices doesn’t need to be a chore. Check out these simple substitutions that can turn “so-so” meals into nourishing “go-to” meals that are quick and easy, morning, noon or night.
For dips and spreads, they’re on top.
The following chart compares the nutritional value of avocados to other creamy spreads and dips.
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1 oz. (1 slice)