There are a number of studies that Olive Oil may have some health benefits.
Olive Oil is rich in monounsaturated fats. This makes it healthier than many other oils.
Olive Oil also contains less saturated fats that Olive Oil. is therefore a good substitute for butter in cooking recipes.
Olive Oil may reduce your risk of developing cancer. This is due to its antioxidant properties and polyphenols.
Studies suggest that Olive Oil may be used to replace saturated fats, in order lower the chance of developing stomach cancer.
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Olive Oil does not contain cholesterol. LDL cholesterol deposits could lead to heart disease.
There has been a lot of research that shows a link between olive oil consumption, blood pressure and diastolic (or systolic) blood pressures.
Insulin, Blood Sugar
Recent research has shown that Olive Oil is able to help regulate blood sugar levels and insulin levels.
Olive Oil is rich in polyphenols, and Oleic Acid.
How oil is stored and how fresh it is will determine the quality of these health benefits.