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Flashback Friday: The Effects of Avocados on Inflammation

Flashback Friday: The Effects of Avocados on Inflammation


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High-fat plant foods—avocados, peanuts, and walnuts—and olive oil are put to the test.

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29 gedachten over “Flashback Friday: The Effects of Avocados on Inflammation

  1. I love hearing about these medical studies

  2. Because of antioxidants? Nah! It's because of the fiber isn't it??

  3. what about the video you gave on J. sweeneys study on insulin resistance, where you said all fats, even one hit of fat, will cause insulin resistance. now you`re saying to add some fats to my food to fight inflammation. this is the problem with you alternative nutrition guys. everything you say sounds good, but if we followed everything you said, we would be consuming every vitamin and herb known to man. you tell us to eat certain foods today and then you would tell us to stop eating them tomorrow.

  4. just had selfmade burritos with guacamole for lunch

  5. Well, if it can neutralize or even reverse the effects of processed meat, it's basically a miracle food!

  6. Excelente explicación !! Gracias por la información…..

  7. What about blood sugar?

  8. So the next time I have a ribeye steak I'll eat a handful of raw walnuts.

  9. Peanuts? Interesting. BUT, what about peanut butter. Are they a whole food or not? Walnut butter?

  10. Totally Awesome. And walnuts and avocados happen to be 2 of my favorite foods. That's a big win. Thanks for that great research Doctor.

  11. Please, before buying avocados, consider watching this video about the impact on the environment:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05oMsK0-jjA

  12. Dr. Greger, why does it matter if this is avocado or nuts or broccoli? I bet you if they'd compare it to broccoli it would've smashed both nuts and avocados.All this research shows is that avocados and nuts are good to include in a diet of garbage. But most of your followers do not eat garbage. To recommend these as health foods to whole foods plant based eaters it has to be tested on such a population. Therefore there should be a preface in my opinion.

  13. In Australia we have ads for bananas and avocadoes. So it does happen.

  14. Avocados are a fruit, it couldn't be bad. I find almost no weight gain or any problem from consuming avocados!

  15. What is this “hesitating voice” thing?

  16. damn. i knew that i needed to cut out ice cream treats. now that i know why, i am much more motivated to do so. i wish i had a little dr. greger sitting on my shoulder talking to me when driving by the ice cream store.

  17. ok, dr. g, do you have a recipe for avocado ice using fruits as sweeteners?

  18. Aajonus Vonderplanitz for food TRUTH.

  19. The differences in the regular vs. peanut-infused milkshake seemed borderline “significant” at best. Has that replicated by independent experiments?Also, did I miss the inferential statistics for the avacado vs. ice cream study? Those would seem to be relevant to the claims in the video.(Disclaimer: I prefer WFPB diets, including nuts and avacados (but not ice cream of milkshakes). I just want to make sure that I’m subjecting evidence I like to the same level of scrutiny that I would subject evidence that I dislike.)

  20. Hey Dr. Greger. Any thoughts on products like Cholestoff? My friend swears by it. Is that similar to what you’re talking about here? Meaning— could taking plant sterols have the same effect as the above? Or is that just his wishful thinking?

  21. I live in California and the avocados are one thing that keeps me from moving out of this dump. I buy them as green as I can find them and let them ripen naturally. They are ready to eat in less than three days. I have them with my veggie smoothies.

  22. I love avocados but rarely buy them b/c they are usually insanely over priced. Given that I see avocados unsold and rotting in grocery store bins more often than not, I assume others feel the same. You would think growers would reduce their pricing.

  23. So what you're saying is, make avocado ice cream. Got it.

  24. This is so strange. Avocado is one of the highest histamine-stimulating fruit. Histamine creates inflammation

  25. I live in Mexico and eat avocados every day and spend less than 5 dollars a week

  26. Great video. Thanks Doc.There is a mistake though at 03:24 on the y-axis. The numbers go up in increments of 0.5 but there are two 3.5s, one is where '2.5' should be

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