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Olive oil may be one of the healthiest foods you can eat for heart health. It reduces blood pressure and inflammation, protects LDL particles from oxidation, and may help prevent unwanted blood clotting.
Extra virgin olive oil is the least processed form of olive oil. Due to this, it retains its natural antioxidants and vitamins, which are often lost during processing. This makes it a more healthful oil than regular olive oil but also makes it a little more expensive.
The benefits of drinking olive oil
Drinking it regularly may benefit your heart, bone, and digestive health and help stabilize your blood sugar levels.
Indeed, this may be one way to reap its many potential anti-inflammatory and disease-preventing benefits. Some studies claim that drinking the oil can detoxify your body, soothe your stomach, and even aid weight loss.
Actually, Olive oil is a healthy source of monounsaturated fats and medium-chain triglycerides, both of which have been shown to offer potential benefits for weight loss.
Olive oil that is truly extra virgin has a distinct taste and is high in phenolic antioxidants, which is the main reason why it’s so beneficial.
In addition, olive oil is rich in Vitamin E and Vitamin K, both of which are essential for maintaining healthy skin and hair. Since extra virgin olive oil boasts higher nutrient content than standard olive oil, drinking it each day is an excellent way to replenish damaged skin and hair.
What is the difference between olive oil and extra virgin?
Most olive oils in supermarkets are labeled “Extra Virgin,” but this is not always true.
Extra Virgin olive oil is the highest quality and most expensive olive oil available, extracted by grinding and pressing olives; no other chemicals, heat, or processes are used.
Extra Virgin olive oil is made from pure, cold-pressed olives, whereas regular olive oil is a blend, including both cold-pressed and processed oils.
Actually, EVOO is made by grinding olives into a paste, then pressing them to extract the oil. There’s no heat involved, hence the “cold-pressed” label you often encounter.
Frying in olive oil
A staple of the Mediterranean Diet, the oil contains antioxidants attributed to its phenolic compounds.
While in Mediterranean countries extra virgin olive oil is regularly used as a final seasoning, it is also used for roasting, sautéing, stir-frying and deep-frying.
Olive oil tastes better…and looks better on you! Olive oil forms a crust on the surface of the food that impedes the penetration of oil and improves its flavor.
Therefore, food fried in olive oil has a lower fat content than food fried in other oils, making olive oil more suitable for weight control.
Is olive oil better than Viagra?
A weekly dose of olive oil could be better than Viagra at helping boost a man’s performance in the bedroom, as new research suggests. Scientists from the University of Athens says just nine tablespoons of the popular condiment is enough to reduce impotence by around 40%.
In fact, Extra Virgin olive oil may also improve male reproductive health. Results of a small-scale study indicate that the oil may boost serum testosterone levels in healthy adult men. Participants also experienced an increase in luteinizing hormone, which stimulates cells in the testes to produce testosterone.
Olive oil increases the activity of the enzymes involved in the production of testosterone, while also boosting the levels of antioxidants in your Leydig cells.
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