There have been many studies that Olive Oil may have some health benefits.
Olive Oil, a monounsaturated olive oil, is made up of monounsaturated fats. This makes olive oil healthier than other oils.
Olive Oil also contains less saturated fats compared to butter. Olive Oil is also lower than butter in saturated fats.
Olive Oil will lower your chances of developing cancer.
Studies suggest that Olive Oil may be substituted for saturated fats in order lower the chance of developing stomach cancer.
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Olive Oil has very little cholesterol. LDL cholesterol deposits could lead to heart disease.
Olive Oil and Blood Pressure
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
Studies indicate that Olive Oil has the potential to improve insulin levels as well as blood sugar control.
Olive Oil has polyphenols and Oleic Acid. These two substances have been proven to reduce LDL Oxidation.
These benefits depend on the quality of the oil, from its origin to its storage and its freshness when it is consumed.