- Ideal for raw dressing but also ideal for frying
- In fact, even at high temperatures, extra virgin olive oil does not decompose and therefore does not give rise to substances that are harmful to our body.
- Very digestible
The oleic acid found in extra virgin olive oil stimulates the contraction of the gallbladder which releases the bile acids that aid digestion.
- It helps against high cholesterol and clears the arteries
In 100 grams of extra virgin olive oil there are 72.95 grams of monounsaturated saturated fats. Thanks to this fat compositions, the oil helps the control of high cholesterol and frees the arteries
- Diabetes and cancer prevention
Very rich in antioxidant substances (phenols) that protect the body from inflammatory processes and cellular aging.
- Gastrointestinal properties
Regulates intestinal functions and fights constipation
- Great for children
Olive oil helps bone formation, helps the brain myelination process, helps the growth process and helps the immune system. Therefore it is an indispensable food in children's nutrition and should be introduced around 6 months (early stages of weaning)
- Emollient properties
It makes the skin softer and hair shinier
- Help for the bones
Very rich in vitamin E, a micronutrient for bones, thus protecting them from osteoporosis and decalcification
- Olive oil has no contraindications.
- Amount you consume
It should be stored well and consumed within 12 to 18 months from the date of production. It should be stored in a cool, dark place. It also oxidizes easily in the air, so you should never refill the bottle or keep half-empty cans.
Olio extravergine di oliva
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