Updated: Oct 2, 2020
Olive Oil has been used as a cosmetic ingredient for centuries, due to its conditioning, moisturizing and revitalizing properties.
There is an explanation why some Extra Virgin Olive Oils are more expensive than others. In many cases, mostly related to the quality of the product.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is characterized as anti-inflammatory due to its phenol compounds.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil of high quality can be somewhat bitter due to its high poly-phenol. The golden/green color of the Extra Virgin Olive Oil is not a quality sign. It is just related to the olive variety and the content of chlorophyll.
Many scientific studies have reported the consumption of Extra Virgin Olive Oil to the protection from various diseases, such as cardiovascular disease.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil helps your body against osteoporosis.
A spoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil every morning before your breakfast provides energy and is used to fight some digestive malfunctions such as constipation.
Bitterness is not a defect in Olive Oil rather a sign for a good oil.
According to a Linkedin article (not fact-checked), a 70 year old corona patient has been cured by eating daily Extra-Virgin Olive Oil.
Many scientific studies, have shown that the oleocanthal, that is found in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, could be used as a weapon against Alzheimer’s disease.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a great source of vitamin E, a fat soluble vitamin with antioxidant properties that provide healthy skin and body.
Already ancient Greeks used Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a real dietetic treasure for our health!
Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, 3000 years ago, used to suggest the consumption of Extra Virgin Olive Oil on a daily basis for its beneficial properties.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a source of mono-unsaturated acids and does not contain cholesterol or great amount of saturated fatty acids.