strawberries
apricot
pineapple
apple
avocado
banana
cherimoya
citrus-fruits
dates
durian
grapes
guava
cherries
kiwi
cucumber
mango
mangostan
melon
olives
papaya
granadilla
peach
prunes
rambutan
tamarinde
tomatoes
figs

fish
egg-yolk
nuts
etc

1000 g = 1 mg = 0.001 g.

Avocado, 250 g **. See external info about avocado

5 g. protein  (23% proteinquality)

58 g. fat  (278 mg LNA*)

1 g. carbs

 

3 mg. vitamin E activity

256 g. totaal carotenes

200 g.  vitamin B1

375 g.  vitamin B2

3 mg. vitamin B3

3 mg. vitamin B5

1 mg. vitamin B6

25 g.  biotin (vitamin B8)

75 g.  folic acid (vitamin B9)

32 mg. vitamin C

50 g.  vitamin K

 

25 mg. calcium

72 mg. magnesium

1 mg. iron

1 mg. zinc

1 g.      potassium

450 g. manganese

22 g. vanadium

560 g. copper

 

 

 

  

* USDA database on the internet

 

** Souci, Fachmann, Kraut; 

Food Composition And Nutrition Tabels

Medpharm Scientific Publishers Stuttgart

 

 

The name avocado originates from the Spanish conquistadors, because they couldn't pronounce the Aztec name for ("ahuacatl", which means "testicle").

Avocado can only ripen once perfectly matured, and therefore cannot be picked prematurely. The funny part is that they will only get softer after they have been picked, so that you may postpone ripening for months, by leaving them on the tree.

 

  

 

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