Is There Such Thing As Too Much Avocado?

Loaded with folate, potassium, vitamin C and vitamin B6 (which helps baby's tissue and brain growth as well as eases morning sickness), avocados are a delicious way to get your vitamins. 🥑

The high amount of potassium found in avocados could help to reduce the risk of preeclampsia, given that a high potassium intake has been shown in many studies to reduce blood pressure. This could also reduce your risk to heart disease in the long-term, well after baby is born. 🥑

However, the best thing about an avocado could end up being the worst thing about it if had in excess. Moderation is always the key since avocados contain all types of nutrients, minerals, and oils in varying quantities. It’s best to restrict yourself to one avocado on a daily basis. 🥑


Though there may not be a direct cause and effect in the studies that have examined the health level and eating habits of avocado eaters, it would seem as though people who eat avocados tend to be healthier, overall. Maybe it’s the improved absorption of other nutrients. Maybe it’s because they’re more conscious of what they eat. Whatever the reason, you couldn’t go wrong giving it a try! 🥑

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