- 1 ripe avocado
- 2 cups milk
- sugar or honey (as required)
Nature has offered a solution for a lot of health issues as long as we find naturally grown ingredients – especially fruits and vegetables. These food items are essential for survival and to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Children, especially, are not given fruits in their regular diets because they hate the taste or simply because parents do not have the patience to convince them.
Well, when all the trials fail, there’s a healthier and a tastier way to give fruits to the children. Just turn it into a milkshake. Avocado is an exotic fruit with a lot of health benefits, and not everyone would want to eat the fruit in its original form or taste. Avocado milkshake will give you a win-win situation, and it’s always better than fizzy drinks.
Avocado is highly nutritious and is high in healthy fats. It has more potassium than bananas. Avocado includes its ability to boost heart health, improve digestion, prevents cancer, enhances liver health and also helps in weight management. It also keeps the eyes healthy and protects the skin from the signs of aging. According to the recent study, avocado seeds are used for the treatment of diabetes and hypertension.
Eating avocados also help in preventing bad breath, which is primarily caused due to indigestion or an upset stomach. Avocado helps to overcome nausea and queasiness during pregnancy since it contains Vitamin B6, which is commonly connected to reduce nausea and vomiting.
How to make Avocado Milkshake
The oldest proof of avocado use was found in a cave located in Coxcatlán, Puebla, Mexico, that dates to around 10,000 BC.
The earliest known written account of the avocado in Europe is of Martín Fernández de Enciso (circa 1470–1528) in 1519 in his book, Suma De Geographia Que Trata De Todas Las Partidas Y Provincias Del Mundo. (Source: uselessdaily and Wikipedia)