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From: kane (208.163.198.166)
Subject:         avocado logic
Date: December 7, 2012 at 10:36 pm PST

hey, i've been craving some avocado lately but not eating it
until i work this out. and it's inspired this question.

i'm pretty confused on the logic of avocados. i am really
happy eating a diet of simply fruits and greens, but it
doesn't feel right excluding fruits like the avocado. it just
seems like they are a food we are biologically designed for,
being a fruit and all (except for the high fat content.)
in your book you mention that the fats in the avocado are
easily digested by the body as opposed to nuts and seeds. so
if they are easily digested does that mean i can eat them
guilt free in large quantities?

and if not: with the same logic used by you, ive been
thinking, if you can't make a meal out of it, why eat it? if
you can't make a balanced mono meal of avocado why even eat
it?

theoretically isn't it possible that all the problems caused
by high fat are caused by high "indigestible fat" if the fat
is so easily digested and assimilated into the body, would it
stick around in the bloodstream to cause problems?


help me out here doc :)

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