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  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. OLIVE TREE, ORCHARD AND FRUITS
  • 3. OLIVES OLIVE-VARIETIES 1.CORNICABRA 2.FRANTOIO 3.MANZANILLA 4.PICUAL 5.PONENTINE 6.LUGANO OF MORE THAN 262 VARIETIES
  • 4. OLIVE OIL COLD PRESS OLIVE POMACE – OLIVE POMACE OIL (EXTRA)VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
  • 5. OLIVE OIL VARIETIES 1.EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL 2.VIRGIN OLIVE OIL 3.PURE OLIVE OIL 4.OLIVE POMACE OIL (KITCHEN) 5.EXTRA LIGHT OLIVE OIL
  • 6. ACCORD Heart’s Friend EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL OLIVE POMACE OIL
  • 7. Adding just two tablespoons of OLIVE OIL each day can improve blood vessel function. The addition of a small amount of olive oil to the diet appears to improve endothelial function according to a new study by U.S. and Italian researchers ENDOTHELIUM
  • 8. New research shows that adding OLIVE OIL to the diet may help preserve bone. The study to be published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that consumption of olive oil for 2 years resulted in an increase of osteocalcin in the bone. Osteocalcin is a protein found in the bone that is involved in its mineralization and is often used as a biochemical marker for bone formation. Previous research has found associations between OLIVE OIL AND OSTEOPOROSIS but they were mainly experimental, this is the first study that examined the effect of olive oil on circulating osteocalcin in humans. OSTEOCALCIN
  • 9. HIV Research carried out at the Carlos III Institute in Spain has led to the development of a novel molecule from hydroxytyrosol, a potent antioxidant found in olives. It is hoped that the antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties of the new molecule will act as a microbicide to reduce the transmission of HIV
  • 10. Olive Oil Beneficial During Fertility Treatment - IVF While research has shown that the consumption of OLIVE OIL protects from various chronic diseases, a new study from the Harvard School of Public Health has found a positive association association between good fats and positive outcomes in women having In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
  • 11. Dress Your Salad in Olive Oil to Get the Most Nutrients A new study from Purdue University showed that OLIVE OIL might be the best choice of salad dressing when it comes to absorbing nutrients from the vegetables. It appears that monounsaturated fats provide the most efficient absorption of carotenoids, pigments with antioxidant activity present in vegetables and fruit.
  • 12. Add Olive Oil, Live Longer While we know that OLIVE OIL can protect from various chronic diseases, there isn‘t much research on its association with mortality. In other words can the consumption of olive oil reduce the risk of death? Spanish researchers set out to answer this question by examining the association between olive oil and mortality in the Spanish population with over 40,000 participants
  • 13. New Olive Oil Product Treats Pressure Ulcers in High Risk Patients The study was originally intended to investigate and evaluate the effectiveness of extra virgin olive oil in the prevention of pressure ulcers, a technique that is common in traditional medicine. It was found that the fatty acids present in extra virgin olive oil encourage regeneration of the skin, in addition to increasing its hydration, elasticity and strength. The oil was also found to reduce skin breakdown and therefore offer protection to areas of skin that were subjected to long periods of friction or pressure, such as is often present in patients who are confined to wheelchairs or bedridden.
  • 14. Potential for Parkinson’s Treatment from Olive Oil Waste Olive pomace, the OLIVE OIL byproduct known in Spain as alperujo, has recently been used to synthesize powerful antioxidant molecules with a potential application in the treatment of Parkinson‘s disease
  • 15. Mediterranean Diet with Exercise Ideal for Metabolic Syndrome Previous research has shown that a Mediterranean style diet, rich in OLIVE, fruits, vegetables, and legumes can protect from metabolic syndrome, a group of risk factors that increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke. Exercise also has beneficial effects for this particular syndrome.
  • 16. Tomatoes and Olive Oil May Reduce Impotence A daily dose of extra virgin olive oil combined with lycopene from tomatoes improved the sex lives of a group of Spanish men, the Madrid Urological Institute reported
  • 17. Olive Oil, Beans and Fish Protect from Breast Cancer Science shows that certain lifestyle factors including diet can decrease breast cancer risk. In regards to diet, previous research points to the protective effect of a plant based diet similar to the Mediterranean diet.
  • 18. Eating Olive Oil Might Help You Remember Why You Should According to a new study published in the Journals of Neurology, monounsaturated fats, the ―good‖ fats found in high amounts in OLIVE OIL, were associated with better cognitive function and memory, while saturated fats, the harmful fats found in animal fats such as butter, were associated with worse overall cognitive function and memory.
  • 19. Study Finds Benefits of Olive Oil and Albumin for Treatment of Spinal Injuries Recent research carried out at the National Hospital of Paraplegics in Toledo, Spain, has shown promising effects of a component of OLIVE OIL in combination with albumin in the treatment of some spinal injuries. Oleic Acid molecules, extracted from olive oil and the main protein in blood have demonstrated potential uses in pain relief and recovery from spinal trauma in animal models
  • 20. Olive oil can reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke In our thirties and forties many of us, exposed to the western lifestyle (limited physical activity, processed and fast food loaded with salt and saturated and trans fats, and high-glycemic index snacks such as cookies, desserts, candies) harbor shallow cholesterol plaques in our coronary arteries. The slow time line of ―atherosclerosis‖ (cholesterol plaque buildup in the wall of the arteries) can be suddenly and unpredictably punctuated by a ―crisis‖ caused by an instability of the plaque. .
  • 21. Either a ―crack‖ or ―fissure‖ forms on its surface or a small ―bleed‖ takes place inside the plaque. The unstable plaque then prompts the flowing blood to form a clot at the plaque site because the blood interprets the unstable plaque situation as ―bleeding‖ and it responds the way it is programmed to: by forming a clot. Prime risk factors for both plaque development (atherosclerosis) and plaque instability with clot formation (atherothrombosis) • Metabolic Syndrome are: • Smoking • Genetic profile • Aging process Olive oil can reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke
  • 22. Michelle Obama Awarded a 1,400 Year-Old Olive Tree The U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama will receive a special ―award‖ on the occasion of the next Med-Italian Diet Festival to be held in Lecce, in Southern Italy, from the 24th to the 27th of May: she will become the honorary owner of ―La Regina‖ (The Queen), a huge 1,400 year-old olive tree located in Salento, in Apulia. Mrs. Obama will receive the award for her strong commitment to promote a healthy diet and the Mediterranean lifestyle in the U.S., particularly among young people. She not only helps spread the message through the public campaign ‗Let‘s Move!‘, but the First Lady also sets a good example at home, personally caring for the White House‘s vegetable garden she created.
  • 23. Three Ways to Live 120 Years Jeanne Calment was born in 1875. She had one daughter with her husband Fernand Nicolas Calment, and they all lived in Arles, France. Mariam Amash was born in 1888. She has 10 sons, 1 daughter, 120 grandchildren and 250 great- grandchildren. Amash currently lives in Jisr az-Zarqa, Israel. There are two things that these women have in common. They lived past the age of 120 and both have attributed their longevity and youthfulness to OLIVE OIL. For centuries, olive oil has been highly regarded for its nutritional, medicinal and cosmetic value. According to Calment and Amash, additional attributes are longevity and the enhancement of aesthetic beauty. Perhaps living to the age of 120 is not a goal that all aspire to achieve. However, living a reasonably long and healthy life while appearing youthful doing so is something most of us deem quite desirable. Calment and Amash have tapped into the olive oil ‘fountain of youth’ and they’ve shared their regimen.
  • 24. Olive Oil Diet Reduces Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Traditionally a low fat diet has been prescribed to prevent various diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. While studies have shown that high fat diets may increase the risk of certain diseases such as cancer and diabetes, it appears that it is the type of fat that counts rather than the amount of fat. We now know that a diet rich in monounsaturated fats such as the ones found in olive oil, nuts and seeds actually protects from many of these chronic diseases. A recent Spanish study published in the scientific journal Diabetes Care showed that a Mediterranean style diet rich in olive oil reduces the risk of type II diabetes by almost 50 percent compared to a low fat diet. Type II diabetes is the most common and preventable form of diabetes. Individuals who are obese or overweight and have metabolic syndrome are at highest risk for developing this form of diabetes. The study is part of PREDIMED, a long-term nutritional intervention study aimed to assess the efficacy of the Mediterranean diet in the primary prevention of cardiovascular diseases, and is composed of a multidisciplinary team of 16 groups distributed in 7 autonomous communities in Spain.
  • 25. Two Tablespoons of High Quality Olive Oil Every Day Help Protect the Heart Olive oil is known as one of the best sources of monounsaturated fatty acids, a type of fat that has been shown to improve blood cholesterol levels. It was thought that the protective qualities of olive oil were due mainly to the presence of this type of fat, however new research shows that its antioxidant content is equally important. According to new data published in Clinical Nutrition, daily doses of olive oil that is rich in polyphenols (a type of antioxidant) may protect from atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). The olive oils that were administered included refined olive oil, which had a low polyphenol content, common olive oil, which had a medium polyphenol content and virgin, which had high polyphenol content. The results showed that the consumption of polyphenol rich olive oil increased the levels of an antibody that reduces levels of oxidized LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol), and is considered a risk factor of artery hardening and heart disease.
  • 26. Olive Oil Joins the Fight Against Osteoporosis Olive oil supplementation proved to be beneficial and was found to both attenuate these changes and to positively affect the thickness of bones. Diet plays a significant role in maintaining healthy bones for which it is important to eat foods rich in calcium and Vitamin D, as well as those containing minerals including: phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, boron, iron, fluoride, and copper. Doctors often recommend foods such as nuts, seeds, beans, and grains to improve mineral levels, while cod liver oil and fish such as tuna and salmon are considered to be good sources of Vitamin D. When it comes to improving levels of calcium, dairy products like yogurt, cheese, and fortified milk are very often recommended but olive oil can also be a good source. In one cup (216mg), olive oil contains 2.2mg of Calcium, as well as necessary minerals such as Iron (1.2mg), Potassium (2.2mg), and sodium (4.3mg).
  • 27. Diet with Olive Oil Can Reduce Heart Risks, and Weight, Research Shows According to a review of 50 studies with over one half million participants published in the Journal of The American College of Cardiology, adherence to the Mediterranean diet is associated with reduced risk of metabolic syndrome. The term metabolic syndrome refers to a group of risk factors that increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke. Some factors include high blood pressure, low levels of the good HDL cholesterol and high blood sugar levels.
  • 28. One Answer to Health Crisis in India: Olive Oil Twenty-first Century science and technology have ushered in many improvements in the way people live and work and go about their daily life. Medical science has also through research found cures for many diseases and some have been eliminated totally through extensive immunization and other preventive measures. But the modern urban lifestyle appears to have given birth to a slew of health problems, like heart disease, diabetes, stress and others, that are now the primary causes of people dying before their time.
  • 29. Pitching an Extra Virgin Olive Oil for Kids As dieticians and nutritionists continue to extol the various benefits of long-term olive oil consumption present in the Mediterranean diet, the Spanish Association of Pediatrics has taken this recommendation one step further by advocating the addition of 3-6 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil in the food of infants as young as 6 months old.
  • 30. TEN POWERFUL REASONS TO ADD IT TO THE MENU 1 It tastes good pleasure — one of the best reasons to do anything. Olive oil just tastes good. Extra-virgin olive oils range in from delicate to robust and more people are discovering their interesting taste characteristics.
  • 31. TEN POWERFUL REASONS TO ADD IT TO THE MENU 2 .It can help you lose weight It appears that monounsaturated fats, the kind found in olive oil, when replacing saturated fats, may encourage weight loss. Olive oil consumption has been shown to breakdown fats inside fat cells, get rid of belly fat and reduce insulin insensitivity 3 .You may live longer Because it is rich in monounsaturated fats and antioxidants, olive oil has been shown to help prevent or lessen the effects of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and certain types of cancer as well as a host of other illnesses and conditions.
  • 32. TEN POWERFUL REASONS TO ADD IT TO THE MENU 4 .You might get smarter Studies have shown that diets rich in monounsaturated fat (the sort of fat in olive oil) can prevent the cognitive decline associated with aging and in diseases like Alzheimer‘s 5. You will glow from inside out Olive oil contains vitamins A, D, K and E, which help protect against free radicals and cell oxidation which can lead to premature aging. Some of the best beauty benefits of olive oil come from the inside out.
  • 33. TEN POWERFUL REASONS TO ADD IT TO THE MENU 6 .Your children may be born healthier Studies have shown that the consumption of olive oil during pregnancy can improve a child‘s psychomotor reflexes and give them other developmental advantages 7 .You will feel less pain Olive oil can act as a natural Ibuprofen. It contains oleocanthal, a substance with anti-inflammatory agents. 8. You will have more energy Your circulation will improve and you‘ll be able to breath easier. Olive Oil can increase blood flow and help lessen the effects of illnesses such as asthma through its anti-inflammatory properties.
  • 34. TEN POWERFUL REASONS TO ADD IT TO THE MENU 8. You will have more energy Your circulation will improve and you‘ll be able to breath easier. Olive Oil can increase blood flow and help lessen the effects of illnesses such as asthma through its anti-inflammatory properties. 9 .You may be more resistant to infection Olive oil contains high levels of antioxidants, including polyphenols, vitamins E, chlorophyll and carotenoids. Antioxidants are key to strengthening the immune system and protecting the body.
  • 35. TEN POWERFUL REASONS TO ADD IT TO THE MENU 10. You could be having better sex. Almost as important as the fact that it tastes good, olive oil may improve your sex life. Olive oil, in conjunction with Omega 3s have been shown to improve circulation, a key factor in achieving erections and reaching orgasm for both women and men
  • 36. Olive Oil Protects Against Ulcers “Oleic acid seems to help prevent the development of ulcerative colitis by blocking chemicals in the bowel that aggravate the inflammation found in this illness,” Dr. Andrew Hart with UEA’s School of Medicine was quoted as saying. Researchers say that half of the cases of ulcerative colitis could have been prevented if larger intakes of oleic acid were consumed. “Two to three tablespoons of olive oil per day would have a protective effect,” said Dr. Hart.
  • 37. Cancer fighting properties of Olive Oil Scientists have long suspected Mediterranean diets of helping to reduce the risk of certain cancers, particularly breast cancer. Recent research, published in the BMC Cancer journal, may shed more light on how the phytochemicals present in high-quality extra-virgin olive oil can reduce cancer risk Extra-virgin olive oil contains more of the cancer-fighting phytochemicals because it is less processed than other olive oil varieties.
  • 38. New Olive Oil Brands Find Space in Indian Edible Oils Market Indian olives will be in high demand in India as well as for export to other countries once these upcoming plantations begin to produce. A standard for olive oil is very necessary in India, both for import and production The Indian olive oil market pegged at Rs 52 Crores until 2006, is now at Rs. 380 Crores. With this expected boom to reach Rs. 550 Crores by the end of 2012 and as per the Indian Olive Association hopes to reach 2,5000 MT in 2020, international olive oil manufacturers and producers are planning their early entry into the Indian market. For sure ―NOW‖ Is the best time to invest in plantations, especially for the new brands which want to gain prominence.
  • 39. Benefits of Olive Oil The health benefits of olive oil are extensive with new positive attributes discovered all the time. One prominent cardiologist recommends at least two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil each day to enjoy the many ways olive oil can be beneficial to your health and well being.
  • 40. Cancer: The phytonutrient in olive oil, oleocanthal, mimics the effect of ibuprofen in reducing inflammation, which can decrease the risk of breast cancer and its recurrence. Squalene and lignans are among the other olive oil components being studied for their possible effects on cancer. Heart Disease: Olive oil helps lower levels of blood cholesterol leading to heart disease. Oxidative Stress: Olive oil is rich in antioxidants, especially vitamin E, long thought to minimize cancer risk. Among plant oils, olive oil is the highest in monounsaturated fat, which doesn’t oxidize in the body, and it’s low in polyunsaturated fat, the kind that does oxidize. Blood Pressure: Recent studies indicate that regular consumption of olive oil can help decrease both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Diabetes: It has been demonstrated that a diet that is rich in olive oil, low in saturated fats, moderately rich in carbohydrates and soluble fiber from fruit, vegetables, pulses and grains is the most effective approach for diabetics. It helps lower “bad” low-density lipoproteins while improving blood sugar control and enhances insulin sensitivity. Obesity: Although high in calories, olive oil has shown to help reduce levels of obesity. Rheumatoid Arthritis: Although the reasons are still not fully clear, recent studies have proved that people with diets containing high levels of olive oil are less likely to develop rheumatiod arthritis. Osteoporosis: A high consumption of olive oil appears to improve bone mineralization and calcification. It helps calcium absorption and so plays an important role in aiding sufferers and in preventing the onset of Osteoporosis
  • 41. Olive Oil Diet Reduces Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Traditionally a low fat diet has been prescribed to prevent various diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. While studies have shown that high fat diets may increase the risk of certain diseases such as cancer and diabetes, it appears that it is the type of fat that counts rather than the amount of fat. We now know that a diet rich in monounsaturated fats such as the ones found in olive oil, nuts and seeds actually protects from many of these chronic diseases. A recent Spanish study published in the scientific journal Diabetes Care showed that a Mediterranean style diet rich in olive oil reduces the risk of type II diabetes by almost 50 percent compared to a low fat diet. Type II diabetes is the most common and preventable form of diabetes.
  • 42. Olive Oil Keeps the Heart Young A diet rich in olive oil may be able to slow down the aging of the heart. It is a known fact that as we grow older the heart also goes through a normal aging process. The arteries may not function as well as they did and this can lead to a number of health problems. However, in a recent study, Spanish researchers from the Lipids and Atherosclerosis Research Unit of the Reina Sofia University Hospital in Cordoba, discovered that a diet rich in olive oil or other monounsaturated fats could improve the arterial function of elderly individuals. The study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, compared the effect of a Mediterranean style diet rich in olive oil with that of a low fat high carbohydrate diet and a diet rich in saturated fats and concluded that the diet rich in olive oil resulted in the reduction of endothelial damage and dysfunction
  • 43. Olive Oil Found to Help Prevent Skin Cancer  A study conducted by Dr. Niva Shapira from Tel Aviv University in Israel and Bob Kuklinski of Rockstock University in Germany found that olive oil, along with other components of a Mediterranean diet, may contribute to the prevention of malignant melanoma. Malignant melanoma, which is the most dangerous type of skin cancer, may be slowed down by consumption of olive oil, which is rich in antioxidants.  The research showed that the body develops a resistance to the damaging rays of the sun due to carotenoids. Carotenoids are the color pigments found in fruits and vegetables such as watermelons, tomatoes, pumpkins and carrots. Olive oil has also been found to protect the skin against the damaging effects of UV rays.
  • 44. Olive Oil Protects Against Breast Cancer Researchers decoded a complete cascade of signals within breast tumor cells activated by virgin olive oil, and concluded that benefits include decrease in the activity of the oncogene p21Ras, changes in protein signaling pathways, stimulation of tumor cell death and prevention of DNA damage. The study was carried out in an experimental model and researchers have already begun a new study with human cell lines. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in Western countries. Research carried out with animal models demonstrate that a diet rich in fats is directly related to the incidence of cancer. Some types of fats however can play a protective role against the development of these tumors. Such is the case of virgin olive oil, rich in oleic acid, a mono-unsaturated fatty acid, and containing several bioactive compounds such as antioxidants. A moderate and regular intake of virgin olive oil, characteristic of the Mediterranean diet, is associated with low incidences of specific types of cancer, including breast cancer, as well as with having a protective role against coronary diseases and other health problems
  • 45. India’s Health Issues These alarming projections make the consumption of olive oil all the more important and the key focus should be on availability and price. The high price of imported olive oil makes it inaccessible to the majority of the population and local cultivation is one way to bring the prices down to an affordable level. Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats, antioxidants and vitamin E and is claimed to have a significant effect on cholesterol. Using olive oil as a cooking medium can lower blood pressure and prevent risk of heart attacks. There are numerous other benefits of olive oil making it a vital addition in a healthy diet and India’s CVD and diabetes issues can certainly be mitigated with this heart-healthy cooking medium.
  • 46. India’s Olive Oil Imports Up By Half India imported 5,938 metric tons of olive oil in 2011, mostly from Italy and Spain, compared to 3,988 metric tons during the period in 2010, according to customs data. Most of the growth was for olive pomace oil — the lowest edible grade of oil made from olives — which jumped by 131 percent during the period. Italy and Spain together accounted for more than 90 percent of India’s olive oil imports. Turkey is the third largest supplier accounting for around 5 to 10 percent. Accurate figures for imports from Turkey were not yet available. Spain accounted for 56 percent, while Italy accounted for 44 percent — imports from other notable olive oil exporting countries such as Greece, Syria and Tunisia are almost non-existent in India. Virgin olive oil imports increased by 26 percent over the previous year. The Crop Year data, a standard followed by the International Olive Council (IOC), showed that imports from Italy and Spain grew by 63 percent. In absolute terms, the volume of imports increased from 3,175 metric tons in 2010 to 5,182 metric tons in 2011. The Indian Olive Association (IOA) has said that two major promotional campaigns to increase awareness about olive oil were underway, financed by the EU and key exporters Italy and Spain.
  • 47. India’s Olive Oil Imports Up By Half India imported 5,938 metric tons of olive oil in 2011, mostly from Italy and Spain, compared to 3,988 metric tons during the period in 2010, according to customs data. Most of the growth was for olive pomace oil — the lowest edible grade of oil made from olives — which jumped by 131 percent during the period. Italy and Spain together accounted for more than 90 percent of India’s olive oil imports. Turkey is the third largest supplier accounting for around 5 to 10 percent. Accurate figures for imports from Turkey were not yet available. Spain accounted for 56 percent, while Italy accounted for 44 percent — imports from other notable olive oil exporting countries such as Greece, Syria and Tunisia are almost non-existent in India. Virgin olive oil imports increased by 26 percent over the previous year. The Crop Year data, a standard followed by the International Olive Council (IOC), showed that imports from Italy and Spain grew by 63 percent. In absolute terms, the volume of imports increased from 3,175 metric tons in 2010 to 5,182 metric tons in 2011. The Indian Olive Association (IOA) has said that two major promotional campaigns to increase awareness about olive oil were underway, financed by the EU and key exporters Italy and Spain.
  • 48. Olive oil Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) Energy 3,701 kJ (885 kcal) Carbohydrates 0 g Fat 100 g - saturated 14 g - monounsaturated 73 g - polyunsaturated 11 g - omega-3 fat <1.5 g - omega-6 fat 3.5–21 g Protein 0 g Vitamin E 14 mg (93%) Vitamin K 62 μg (59%) 100 g olive oil is 109 ml Percentages are relative to US recommendations for adults.
  • 49. Country Production in tons (2010)[45] Production % (2010) Consumptio n (2005)[46] Annual per capita consumption (kg)[47] World 3,269,248 100% 100% 0.43 Spain 1,487,000 45.5% 20% 13.62 Italy 548,500 16.8% 30% 12.35 Egypt 500,000 16% 25% 15 Greece 352,800 10.8% 9% 23.7 Syria 177,400 5.4% 3% 7 Morocco 169,900 5.2% 2% 11.1 Turkey 161,600 4.9% 2% 1.2 Tunisia 160,100 4.9% 2% 5 Portugal 66,600 2.0% 2% 1.8 Algeria 33,600 1.0% 2% 7.1 Others 111,749 3.3% 18% 1.18 Global market The main producing and consuming countries are:
  • 50. HEALTH BENEFITS OF OLIVE OIL 1. MUFA in olive oil reduces belly fat 2. Olive oil controls calorie intake thereby helps maintain fitness. 3. Olive oil is free from cholesterol. 4. Dissolves kidney stones. 5. Stops snoring. 6. Stops throat tickle. 7. Reduces LDL Cholesterol. 8. Olive oil has anti oxidant and anti inflammatory properties. 9. Olive oil reduces the risk of breast cancer, cancer of upper alimentary canal and the respiratory system. 10. Olive oil is used for maintaining better calcium blood levels, thereby improving bone health. 11. Olive oil also maintains better emotional health. 12. Olive oil reduces PMT (Pre-Menstrual Tension) in women. HEALTH BENEFITS OF OLIVE OIL
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