Olive oil is a central ingredient in the Mediterranean diet, which has long been suggested as an optimal and healthful way of eating. Though it is high in fat, olive oil contains the “healthy” kind of fat; monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA). Medical science is currently researching these potential health benefits of olive oil:
Reduced risk of coronary heart disease
High antioxidant content
Antithrombotic effects (helps block the formation of blood clots)
Blood pressure reduction
Positive effects on blood sugar
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