New study pays people to eat avocados

New study pays people to eat avocados

"The study will examine whether eating one avocado per day reduces visceral adipose fat in the abdomen", Sabaté says.

Do you love avocados?

Now avocado is not only a vital ingredient of one of the most delicious Mexican cuisine and a source of heart-healthy fat, but your new potential source of income. An upcoming study by an American university wants to find out if avocados help in losing belly fat by making willing participants eat the fruit daily for six months - all in the name of research.

Nevertheless, that's the hypothesis behind an upcoming study at Loma Linda University School of Public Health. They'll be granted a fresh batch of avocados every other week, plus get exclusive tips on how to prepare simple recipes and stop the fruits from going bad.

For those people who are following a low carb or keto diet, eating healthy fats like those contained within avocados are part of the guidelines of the diet.

"The test group will be given 16 avocados every two weeks and be required to eat one avocado per day throughout the six-month study".

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Participants need to be at least 25 years old and have a waist measurement of at least 40 inches for men and 35 inches for women.

The participants will also undergo two abdominal MRI scans and attend a couple of dietary meetings.

To participate, you must live in or around the Inland Empire in Southern California.

Loma Linda University, Penn State University, Tufts University and the University of California are testing 1,000 volunteers to see if eating one whole avocado helps to lose weight.

At the end of the experience, participants will receive $300 and 24 each gift avocado (Yes, still will have to learn how to cook guacamole).

Willing participants would be analyzed and paid ($300 upon completing the study) and the data collected would finally answer this question, letting us know if avocados are really super foods and good for our fitness.

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