Is An Avocado A Fruit Or Vegetable?

by Jitendra Mahato Writer

Avocado has been a very popular food in the world because of its stellar nutrient profile and diverse culinary applications.

Rich in fiber, potassium, heart-healthy fats, and powerful antioxidants, this food can also offer several health benefits.

But do you know if the avocado is a fruit or vegetable? Avocado is a fruit and more specifically, this is a large berry with one seed. Although not as good as other fruits, this fruit is included under the definition of fruit as it is a sweet and fleshy product from trees or other plants that contain seeds and can be eaten as food.

Avocado has a soft texture and is covered by bumpy, thick, dark green, or blackish skin. Half of the small avocado (68 grams) is considered one serving. It contains 109 calories and enriched with healthy fats and nutrients.

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