But for more than 1,000 lucky people this fall, an avocados-rich diet is on the menu regularly – with a hefty payout.
Researchers at Loma Linda University, Penn State, Tufts, UCLA, and Wake Forest The university is seeking around 250 interested participants this fall to test the common hypothesis that nutrient-rich avocados are good for you – and especially if more consistent Avocado consumption "affects the amount and distribution of fat in the body" to the application page.
Those who are selected to participate in the study are asked to eat one avocado per day for six months or two per month for six months. You do not specify how your avocado needs to be consumed, just imagine all these daily doses of guacamole. (You must also be 25 years or older.Men should at least be 40 inches at the waist; for women, the minimum is 35 inches around the waist.)
The avocado everywhere. But is the butterfruit really as good for you as we came to think about it? This study will aim to find out. Maybe it's an avocado a day ̵
In addition to trying to eat avocados, study participants get a kickback at the end of their six-month study: $ 300 plus, of course, free avocados "either while studying or after graduation." So if avocados are already a budget item for you – or you want it to be – this could be the perfect side effect.