Secret Side Effects of Eating  Avocados

Migraine Headache

The tyramine in avocado is linked with causing migraine headaches, as tyramine in high levels can trigger headaches and elevate blood pressure

The National Headache Foundation notes that avocado is one of the foods to "Use With Caution" if you experience headaches.

IBS Flareups

Avocados are pretty high in a nutritive sweetener typically used in diet drinks, ice cream, and sugar-free chewing gum. Yes, sorbitol

Eating too much avocado can cause IBS flareups avocado can draw lots of water into the large intestine and stimulate bowel movements.

Allergic Reactions

Doctors and dietitians report that some people develop mild oral allergic responses, such as itchy feeling the lips, mouth, and throat after eating lots of avocado

The people who are allergic to natural latex are hypersensitive to certain plant foods, including avocado, banana, tomato, peach, and bell peppers.

Drug Interactions

Avocados contain vitamin K, a blood clotting nutrient that may decrease the effect of blood-thinning medications like warfarin, according to the (NIH)

Avocados can put you at risk for harmful blood clots. One avocado contains 42 micrograms of vitamin K, which is equivalent to 35% of the daily value of 120 micrograms

Weight Gain

Avocados are calorie-dense. "While nutrient-density is more important than calorie-density for health, if you are trying to manage weight, eating excessive amounts of avocados

I'm talking about more than 1 per day, can lead to a surplus of energy that increases fat stores  this all depends on the person