Eurobanan's Isla Bonita brand, a Spanish fruit company, has now invented a new product that they are calling what they are an "Avocado Light" - a diet version of a traditional avocado that has 30 percent less fat than variety you'd typically find in a grocery store.
Avocados are becoming increasingly popular everywhere, that it's only expected someone actually created a low-calorie version of it.
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According to the Food Health Program in Spain's Heart Foundation, the new product has been certified and is alleged to stay ripe longer than regular avocados. It's officially launching this month in Madrid -but, as of now, Isla Bonita has no plans to expand to the US.
For now, you're better off letting the Spaniards keep their diet avocado and simply keeping your avocado servings in check.
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But in moderation, normal avocados are extremely healthy, asthe fat they contain are "good" fats that help improve heart health and lower levels of "bad" cholesterol. This means it could theoretically outlast a full-fat conventional avocado. Joy Bauer, the Nourish Snacks founder, and nutrition expert, said that he's sceptical about "fussing with something that's not broken". Knowing the fruit's consumer base too well, Eurobanan is advertising the Avocado Light as "ideal for the preparation of smoothies, cold soup, gazpachos, cocktails", and many other dishes "throughout the day".
Kari Glassman, another nutritionist also said: "This sounds like an bad idea to me!"
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