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Health and nutrition

A natural oil that preserves the flavour, aroma, vitamins and all the properties of the olive, olive oil is the only vegetable oil that can be consumed as is.

As a monounsaturated fat that helps prevent heart disease by reducing bad cholesterol in the blood, it is a healthier choice.

Olive oil has always been appreciated for its gastronomical value, not only in terms of its sensorial but also its biological and chemical characteristics. Studies reveal that countries where the diet is traditionally rich in olive oil, as is the case in the Mediterranean, have a lower rate of heart disease.

This type of fat is currently irreplaceable in our diet and is also the most digestive. When consumed before a meal, it protects stomach mucus, acting against ulcers.

As you can see, there are many benefits to this absolutely irreplaceable and healthy fat. Below are some more interesting facts that justify the presence of this liquid gold in your diet.

- Helps improve memory;

- Prevents osteoporosis, favouring calcium absorption;

- Helps prevent ageing of skin and hair;

- Helps control weight gain;

- Has a calming effect.