These amazing seeds actually contain four classes of polyphenolic which include proanthocyanidins flavonoids, flavanol glycosides, flavanol monomers, and hydroxycinnamic acids.
Scientists have also found the existence of procyanidin A trimers, 3-O-caffeoylquinic acid, and 3-O-p-coumaroylquinic acid. These are anticarcinogenic and provide antioxidative properties which are also effective against many liver disorders.
Avocado seeds demonstrated the ability to treat acute myeloid leukemia in laboratory testing.
Avocado seed extract have been found to be beneficial for cardiovascular patients.
In clinical trials the extract incited a noticeable vasorelaxation response in aorta vessel walls. This means that those properties relaxed those vessels.
The seed extract reduced LDL cholesterol, or bad cholesterol, but no increase of triglycerides or reduction of HDL cholesterol, or good cholesterol, levels were seen.
It has been known for many years that fiber has an extremely positive impact on the digestive tract as well as on the prevention of cancer.
The fruit of the avocado has about 4.6 grams of dietary fiber. The daily recommended intake is 6 to 8 grams of soluble fiber.
The Malhotra College documented wound healing, analgesic, and antiulcer effects of avocado seed extract.
Consuming the extract help speed up wound healing. It demonstrated significant effects of preventing the development of stomach ulcer.