11 Reasons to Take Ole Olive Leaf Extract by QNET


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11 Reasons to Take Ole Olive Leaf Extract by QNET

  1. 1. you should take Your natural bodyguard.
  2. 2. Fast Facts – Olive Leaf Extract • widely considered the ultimate natural defender of your immune system • contains 400% greater antioxidant capacity than Vitamin C • contains up to 40 times more polyphenolics than extra-virgin olive oil • a powerful combatant against free radicals
  3. 3. Fast Facts – Olive Leaf Extract • lessens damage caused by oxidation, which occurs whenever we breathe in oxygen • should NOT be considered a ‘miracle cure’ • the extract is most effective as part of a balanced diet and when complemented by sufficient exercise
  4. 4. International Genetic Bank 1 • The olive trees used to create Olé are scientifically selected based on DNA identification and High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) selection. • The growers of Olé’s fresh olive leaves tested 60 different olive varieties from 12 countries to identify the variety that is most suited to fresh leaf extract production.
  5. 5. Selected from the World’s Best 2 Planted, grown, and harvested in Australia, and selected from the world’s best - Egypt, Italy, Morocco, Greece, Chile, Argentina, Tunisia, Australia, France, USA and Spain.
  6. 6. Halal-Certified 3 Olé is processed, prepared, and packaged in a Halal- Certified facility.
  7. 7. Branch-to-Bottle Processing 4 • Olé leaves are freshly picked during a sunrise harvest and then immediately processed and bottled. • No storage, drying, or damage of leaves. • Fresh, alive leaves retain their full range of polyphenolics in a synergistic effect. • The potency of the extract is considerably higher. • More readily bioavailable.
  8. 8. Grown in world’s largest olive leaf grove 5 550,000 Olea europaea trees grown solely for fresh leaf
  9. 9. Critical Processes 6• The olive trees grown to produce Olé are farmed naturally on virgin land ONLY. • Uses vermiculture (worm- created) fertilisers and pristine irrigation water
  10. 10. Up to 40 times more polyphenols than virgin olive oil 7 Polyphenols are the most abundant antioxidants in the diet.
  11. 11. Over 500% More Total Antioxidant Capacity (TAC) 8 TAC helps prevent the signs of aging by reducing cell degradation and by assisting in the prevention of a number of degenerative diseases.
  12. 12. Pure and Natural Ingredients 9 Contains NO: – Artificial flavours – Colourings – Preservatives – Alcohol – Sugar – Lactose – Starch – Yeast – Gluten – Animal Products
  13. 13. 100% Australian-Grown 10 The Australian climate, prime agricultural soils, and geographical location make the country one of the world leaders in the cultivation of fresh produce.
  14. 14. Quality Control Recognition 11• Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) • Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) • WHO Guidelines on Good Agricultural and Collection Practices of Herbal Medicines (GACP) • Halal-Certified Facility by Gold Coast Halal Certification Services
  15. 15. Applications Adult: 1 teaspoon (5 ml) 2 to 3 times a day with meals Child: 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 ml) 2 to 3 times a day with meals • Pour Olé onto a teaspoon and consume straight from the bottle for quick and easy consumption. • Mix one teaspoon of Olé with your fruit juice or other beverage; mix only half a teaspoon for children. • Add a teaspoon of Olé directly to your food; add only half a teaspoon for children. • Drink plenty of water in between your doses of Olé. • Store below 30ºC to ensure the integrity of Olé.
  16. 16. | www.qnet.net
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