Research shows that olive oil is rich in healthy fats and could help you live longer.
New research shows that those who consume more olive oil than half a teaspoon per day are less likely to die from heart disease, cancer, or neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.
Olive oil can help prevent your death. We recommend adding olive oil to your diet to replace the unhealthy fats.
Olive oil is high in vitamins, antioxidants and polyphenols. It's also rich in monounsaturated fats, which are good for the heart.
This could be explained by mechanisms related to anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of olive oils.
Olive oil consumption could indicate a healthier lifestyle.
This study was based on data from over 90,000. The study involved the analysis of data from more than 90,000. The study began in 1990 and they had no history of cancer or heart disease.
These people were followed for 28 years. Every four years they were asked how often they ate certain food items.
Compared to people who didn't eat olive oil, people who ate more than 1/2 teaspoon per day had a 19% reduced chance of developing heart disease, 17% lower risk of getting cancer, 29% lower chances of dying from a neurodegenerative disorder and 18% lower odds of dying from lung disease.
Researchers also developed statistical models to simulate the effects of 3/4 of a teaspoon each of butter, margarine or mayonnaise if they were replaced by olive oil.
This switch reduced the chance of any type of death.
There are many questions to answer before we can make broad statements about the health benefits of olive oil.
Take, for example:
What amount of olive oil is needed to produce a protective effect?
Are extra-virgin olive oils rich with polyphenols protected or can other oils such as refined olive oil have similar protection?
Researchers did not include nutritionists in the new study. They stated that eating a balanced and healthy diet is better than eating one food.
The health benefits of olive oil are not just due to its flavor, but also the way it travels and/or tastes.
This kind of eating is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and nuts as well as lean proteins. This type of eating also includes many seeds, whole grains and nuts as well as lean protein.
Nestle stated that olive oil has calories and can quickly add up. A tablespoon of olive oil contains about 120 calories.
It's not much olive oil. A typical salad at a restaurant has about 4 tablespoons of dressing.
This is not the same as adding another fat to your diet. It is possible to substitute animal fats such as butter with olive oil in a few easy steps.
Olive oil can replace butter in recipes.
Butter and margarine can be replaced with olive oil or an infused oil to enhance the flavor of whole grains, vegetables and proteins.