Olive Oil Review

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On November 10, 2019
Last modified:August 16, 2020

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Scott Beattie Medical Researcher  by Scott Beattie     

Olive Oil is consumed

OLIVE OIL

Largely in the Mediterranean Southern France regions.  These people are the longest living people in the World so why not do as they do ?
I
would.

What is Olive Oil

In this Olive Oil Review we have a Liquid obtained through Olives from a Tree Crop in the Mediterranean Basin.  This area covers Coastlines of Southern France, Northern Africa, Europe and Asia along the Mediterranean Sea.

  • Olive Oil Has Strong Anti-Inflammatory Properties
  • Olive Oil contains large amounts of Antioxidants
  • Olive Oil is rich in Monounsaturated Fats (good fat highly needed)

Who is Olive Oil For

Anyone wishing to accomplish the following:

  • Olive Oil Is Protective Against Heart Disease
  • Olive Oil may help Prevent Stroke
  • People with NeuroDegenerative Disorders
  • Women with Breast Cancer

How to Take Olive Oil

One to Two Teaspoons Daily Significantly Reduces the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease largely from the Monounsaturated Fat.  This is a well needed Good fat the body thrives on.  

When Should You Use Olive Oil

With Salads, in our foods, Frying, with creams for the skin, in our hair, even cleaning cookware.

The Olive Oil Review

Discovered by Scientists is the knowledge that the Fat in Olive Oil Energizes Failing Hearts.  Also, there is a Reversing of Heart Disease Naturally through the ingredient Oleate (the common fat in Olive Oil).  This Oleate creates Fuel from Body Fat for Failing Hearts.  A healthy Heart Absorbs Fat to keep Pumping.
But how do we know which Olive Oil is Genuinely Good for us ?

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil is our Top Choice
  • Look for the Origin, Region, or Estate Name of the Country.  
  • Always buy in Dark-tinted Glass Bottles for Light Clear for sunlight can break down Antioxidants
  • Recent Harvest or Best-by Dates are better.  Less than a Year.
  • “Extra Virgin” on the Label

Wording that Does Not Matter

  • “Product Of” simply means Olives were simply Bottled in that Country, Not Necessarily Grown and Pressed there.  Estate Name will definitely tell you where the Olives are From.
  • Oil Color→Greener means nothing.  Color is determined by types of Olives Used and at What Point they were pressed.
  • First Cold Pressed means Nothing

Olive Oil Pros

Extra Virgin Olive Oil is The Best.  Reduces Heart Disease Naturally.   

Olive Oil Cons

Not all Olive Oil is Real Olive Oil.  Labels are Misleading. 

Doctors Conclusion on Olive Oil

Consumption of Olive Oil definitely lowers the risk of Cardiovascular disease.  Much fewer incidences occur.  Neurological or Neurodegenerative Disorders and Breast Cancers decline significantly taking this Oil.

High-Quality Olive Oil is the main difficulty unless you know what to look for on the Bottle like Origin, Region, or Estate of the Country.  Beware of just “Product Of” on the bottle.  The Quality of Olive Oil is Largely affected by how Ripe the Olive is to the very Storage Conditions.  Olive Oil is best to store at 57 degrees although Room Temperature is very good.  

The Science of Olive Oil

Technical buffs:  Polyphenols are the main ingredient that is key to the benefits of Olive Oil.  They display remarkable healing powers in treating and Preventing neurodegenerative diseases.  Major phenolic compounds in olive oil are oleuropein, hydroxytyrosol, and tyrosol.

The Following are some Plant Oils to Avoid due to High Omega 6.

  • Soybean Oil
  • Canola Oil
  • Cotton Seed Oil
  • Corn Oil
  • SunFlower Oil
  • Peanut Oil
  • Sesame Oil
  • Rice Bran Oil

Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

OLIVE OIL

$12.99
8.7

Quality

9.5/10

Size

8.0/10

Taste

8.5/10

Pros

  • Extra Virgin
  • Reduces Heart Disease
  • Neurological & Breast Cancers Decline Greatly

Cons

  • Misleading Labels
  • Light clear containers allow sun to spoil
  • Not all Olive Oils are Real Olive Oil

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