Avocados contain fiber and a great deal of vitamins. It can also help you lower bad cholesterol (LDL) and maintain your cells due to their high content of monosaturated fats. But fat still remains fat. A single avocado contains 240 calories which is about 10%-20% of a person’s ideal calory intake and ingesting too many calories can lead to artery-clogging problems. One should stick to about half or 1 avocado a day if eaten raw (so not avocado chips, for example).
Beetroot is a great source of vitamins and minerals. It also contains many nitric oxides that your body converts into nitrates which can help lower your blood pressure. Those are then turned into nitrosamines which are also found in meat, meaning it could increase one’s chances of developing diseases. Because of this, it might be best to avoid combining a high intake of beetroot and red meat.
Seaweed is a rare example of a non-animal product rich in vitamin B12, which makes it a great substitute for meat in vegan and vegetarian diets. It has also been promoted as a superfood that could help you lose weight due to its iodine and fiber-rich content. But a high iodine intake could lead to thyroid problems and even weight gain. Seaweed might also contain high amounts of heavy metals depending on where it grew.