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Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters...
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters
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Greek & Gold Olive Oil | Develop your sense of taste! Origin matters

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The greatest exponent of monounsaturated fat is olive oil, and it is a prime component of the Mediterranean Diet. Olive oil is a natural juice which preserves the taste, aroma, vitamins and properties of the olive fruit. Olive oil is the only vegetable oil that can be consumed as it is - freshly pressed from the fruit.

The beneficial health effects of olive oil are due to both its high content of monounsaturated fatty acids and its high content of antioxidative substances. Studies have shown that olive oil offers protection against heart disease by controlling LDL ("bad") cholesterol levels while raising HDL (the "good" cholesterol) levels. (1-3) No other naturally produced oil has as large an amount of monounsaturated as olive oil -mainly oleic acid.

Olive oil is very well tolerated by the stomach. In fact, olive oil's protective function has a beneficial effect on ulcers and gastritis. Olive oil activates the secretion of bile and pancreatic hormones much more naturally than prescribed drugs. Consequently, it lowers the incidence of gallstone formation.

Olive oil and heart disease

Studies have shown that people who consumed 25 milliliters (mL) - about 2 tablespoons - of virgin olive oil daily for 1 week showed less oxidation of LDL cholesterol and higher levels of antioxidant compounds, particularly phenols, in the blood. But while all types of olive oil are sources of monounsaturated fat, EXTRA VIRGIN olive oil, from the first pressing of the olives, contains higher levels of antioxidants, particularly vitamin E and phenols, because it is less processed.

Olive oil and colon cancer

Panish researchers suggest that including olive oil in your diet may also offer benefits in terms of colon cancer prevention (5). Their study results showed that rats fed diet supplemented with olive oil had a lower risk of colon cancer than those fed safflower oil-supplemented diets. In fact, the rats that received olive oil had colon cancer rates almost as low as those fed fish oil, which several studies have already linked to a reduction in colon cancer risk. 

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The Beneficial Health of Olive Oil