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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Sg Best Avocado Juice Is In Boon Lay

Best Avocado Juice In Singapore Boon Lay

By far the best and cleanest S$2.50 Avocado juice I ever drank in Singapore. My retiree friend Nelson went round almost whole of Singapore, can’t find a fruit drinks stall so clean and economical.

His place Jurong West sell Avocado drinks at S$2.00 but end up buying only half of what this Boon Lay stall sells. And usually during these difficult times, they resort to inserting more ice into your drinks.

With little ice and his Avocado drink is prepared on-the-spot to ensure the fragrance is there. Even the well-known Mr Avocado stall at the Blk 120 food center near AIA Alexandra cannot do.
Good healthy drink after a hot day cycling under the blazing hot sun nowadays.

This stall is next to Hokkien Prawn Noodle Mee, somewhere opposite the famous Power Nasi Lemak stall! Opposite PAP Blk 207.

1 Cup of Avocado a Day Makes Your Skin Beautiful All Day!

“Avocados contain “oleic acid”, a monounsaturated fat that may help lower cholesterol. In our studies, patients with high cholesterol levels who ate avocados showed clear health improvements. After a week of avocado diet, patients had significant decrease in cholesterol contents. Avocado is a good source of potassium, a mineral that helps regulate blood pressure. Adequate intake of potassium can help guard against circulatory diseases, like high blood pressure, heart disease, or stroke. Diets containing foods that are good sources of potassium and low in sodium may reduce the risk of high blood pressure and stroke. One cup of avocado has about 23% of the Daily Value for folate, a nutrient important for heart health. Another study showed that individuals who consume folate-rich diets have a much lower risk of cardiovascular disease or stroke than those who do not consume much of this vital nutrient…”


“High avocado intake has been shown to have a beneficial effect on blood serum cholesterol levels. Specifically, after a seven-day diet rich in avocados, mild hypercholesterolemia patients showed a 17% decrease in total serum cholesterol levels. These subjects also showed a 22% decrease in both LDL (harmful cholesterol) and triglyceride levels and 11% increase in HDL (helpful cholesterol) levels…”

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