YourHealthTV Uploads New Video on “Benefits of Eating Avocado Everyday”

YourHealthTV, responding to a growing demand among health enthusiasts, recently announced that it has launched an online video on benefits of eating avocado every day.

Colmar, United States - May 17, 2019 /PressCable/ —

YourHealthTV, responding to a growing demand among health enthusiasts, recently announced that it has launched an online video on benefits of eating avocado every day.

The newly launched video, entitled

" target="_blank">“Avocado Benefits: What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Avocado Every Day” is an in-depth analysis of the actual benefits of eating avocados.

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The video which was uploaded on the 21st of January 2019 has already received a ton of positive feedback. As of right now, the video has been viewed over 24,000 times all around the world amassing over 900+ likes and only 14 dislikes.

One commenter in the video, by the name Gypsy Taub, says “thank you!!! by the way rubbing avocado on your face makes your skin way better, it contains a lot of vitamin E that is great for your skin, great anti-ageing remedy!”

YourHealthTV, a US-based youtube channel has released over 45+ information packed videos in the past few months. The videos are in various topics ranging from weight loss to acid reflux.

The video, “Avocado Benefits: What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Avocado Every Day”, presents over 10 benefits of eating avocados every day.

In addition to releasing the recent YouTube video, the creators of YourHealthTV hopes to release a brand new video every 3 days.

“Our mission is to provide foolproof science-based tips to those looking to improve their health, lose weight, and find home remedies to most widespread health issues,” said Rikzy Jezuli, the main creator. “Our videos are fun and jam-packed with helpful tips which are easy to implement”

To watch the full video on “Benefits of Eating Avocado Every Day” please visit:

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About YourHealthTV

YourHealthTV, a US-based Youtube channel, has shown tremendous growth in the last few months. Along with its 45+ videos on various topics related to health, the channel has gained over 12,000 active subscribers and continues to grow at a rapid pace.

Contact Info:
Name: Rikzy Jezuli
Organization: YourHealthTV
Address: 160 Bethlehem Pike Suite 120, Colmar, Pennsylvania 18915, United States
Website: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrRikjes

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 513594

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