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Do avocados help in weight loss? I have heard that there is a study by some university and they are paying participants to eat avocados. Is it true?

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I am all up for it. Definitely gonna apply and eat and earn. My dream come true. Eat. Earn. rEPEAT. hahaha…

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Yes, I read about it too. Apparently, there is a study being performed in California where they are paying people to eat avocados. The participants will be analyzed. Probably, it is the study of the weight loss effect of avocados. But I wonder, what if avocados are not helpful in weight loss.

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Answered on August 30, 2018 6:26 am
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50 g of avocados contain 80 calories. So, I was thinking about how much should I eat to lose weight?

( at August 30, 2018 6:42 am)

I think you can add it to your diet depending on your total calorie intake, of course.

( at August 30, 2018 6:44 am)

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