Olive Oil Nutrients and Benefits

olive oilDid you know that Olive Oil is very good and healthy for us to use in many foods and it can be used for healing purposes too, but remember not to over do it. The Nutrients in Extra Virgin Olive Oil are:
– Natural Fats
– Vitamin E
– Omega 3 Fatty Acids

The Benefits of Real, Fresh, Organic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil are extremely important for our health:
– Helps Protect From Heart Disease
– Helps Protect From Atherosclerosis
– Helps Protect From Diabetes
– Helps Protect From Colon Cancer
– Helps Protect From Asthma
– Helps Protect From Arthritis
– Supports Longer Life Span
– Supports Heart Health
– Helps Protect From Coronary Heart Disease
– Helps Protect From Heart Attack
– Helps Protect From Stroke
– Helps Protect From Cardiovascular Disease
– Prevents High Blood Pressure
– Increases Good Cholesterol
– Decreases Bad Cholesterol
– Lowers Blood Pressure
– Helps Protect From Inflammations
– Antioxidant Protection
– Reduces Risk of Breast Cancer
– Improves Blood Sugar Levels
– Helps Protect From Belly Fat
– Helps Protect From Bone Loss
– Helps Protect From Free Radicals
– Improves Gastrointestinal Health
– Helps Protect From Helicobacter Pylori

Olives Nutrients and Benefits

olivesOlives are great vegetables to use in salads, oils, pizzas, or just by themselves. The Healthy Nutrients in Olives are:
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin C
– Vitamin E
– Vitamin K
– Calcium
– Iron
– Dietary Fiber
– Copper
– Protein
– Carbohydrates
– Natural Fats
– Water
– Magnesium
– Manganese
– Selenium
– Sodium
– Zinc
– Palmitic Sat Fat
– Oleic Mono Fat
– Linoleic Poly Fat
– Omega 3 Fatty Acids
– Omega 6 Fatty Acids
– Amino Acids

The Health Benefits of Olives are:
– protects from inflammations
– antioxidant protection
– protects from free radicals
– protects from heart disease
– protects from heart attacks
– protects from strokes
– protects from oxidized cholesterol
– protects from colon cancer
– reduces asthma
– reduces osteoarthritis
– reduces rheumatoid arthritis
– reduces hot flashes effects in women at menopause