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About Olive Oil


The Olive oil is called ‘liquid gold’ because it is medicinal, magical, and the fountain of health and goodness.  It has been in use from the 8th century.   According to the researchers, the olive oil originated in Turkey and from there it spread to all parts of Middle East and Europe. 


This amazing Olive oil contains:  

Tocopherols
Hydrocarbon Squalene  

Oleic Acid 
Aroma components 

Pigments 
Phenolic compounds 


These elements have nutritional value and therefore they keep us healthy.  People who live in the Mediterranean Coasts live the longest because their diet is rich in olive oils.  Jeanne Calment who had been using olive oil lived up to 122 years.  There are many more people like Jeanne living a long life, healthy life.  All of them give credit to the Olive oil. 


TYPES OF OLIVE OILS:  

Extra Virgin Olive Oil ( the best and the finest)
Virgin Olive Oil
Pomace Olive Oil
Organic Olive Oil
Pure Olive Oil
Spice Variety Olive Oil
Gold Organic Olive Oil


WHY OLIVE IS THE BEST:

HEALTH-GIVING:  MUFA – Monounsaturated Fatty Acids in the Olive oil increases the good cholesterol (HDL) and fights off the bad cholesterol (LDL).  When the bad cholesterol is removed, it promotes a healthy heart.  It also contains antioxidants that cleanse our body of free radicals that cause cancer, heart problems, macular degeneration, dysfunction of our immune system, Alzheimer’s and diabetes (lowers insulin levels and blood sugar levels). Olive oil is also effective on ulcers, in the prevention of gall stones, and in the cure of gastritis. 


AMAZING NUTRIENTS: It contains vitamin-K that increases bone mass and decreases neurological damage from Alzheimer’s disease. The vitamin-E is a soluble antioxidant that protects the skin and cell membrane. The anti-inflammatory Oleocanthal protects the heart. The omega-3 and omega-6 acids – linolenic acids -- battle arthritis and helps in the normal function of the brain.


This versatile oil has unique flavor and aroma is the best for cooking.  Use on the bread, salad, for broiling, sautéing, and deep-frying.  When applied on our skin, it makes it soft and healthy.  It is safe and has no side-effects. 


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