Huile d'olive extra vierge, 75cl, Zejd

Huile d'olive extra vierge, 75cl, Zejd

Huile d'olive extra vierge, 75cl, Zejd

ingrédients: Huile d'olive vierge extra

Zejd (huile en langue phénicienne antique) met en évidence la richesse historique de l'huile d'olive libanaise liée à ses origines phéniciennes.

Huile d'olive 100% libanaise de catégorie supérieure obtenue directement des olives et uniquement par des procédés mécanique.

Extraction à froid. Huile filtrée.

Conserver dans un endroit frais à l'abris de la chaleur et de la lumière.
Produit et embouteillé par Olive Trade Sarl.
www.zejd.net

Of the cooking oils commonly available in the grocery store, olive oil is one of the richest sources of monounsaturated fats, and it's naturally cholesterol-free. In fact, olive oil contains much more monounsaturated or "good" fats per tablespoon than butter, margarine, and other popular cooking oils. Olive oil is low in saturated fat and does not contain trans fat, which may increase the risk of heart disease. Consuming monounsaturated fats is shown to help reduce the level of "bad" cholesterol that can cause deposits to form on the walls of arteries and other blood vessels. Olive oil also has antioxidants such as vitamin E, which promote good health, making olive oil an even more nutritious choice.

Olive oil can play a leading role in a healthy lifestyle. The Food and Drug Administration agrees, and approved olive oil for a qualified health claim in 2004, recognizing the heart-health benefits of one of America's most popular pourable cooking oils. The petition for a health claim submitted by the North American Olive Oil Association (NAOOA) included more than 70 clinical intervention studies conducted by scientists in the United States and other countries.

Specifically, the FDA claim states, "Limited and not conclusive scientific evidence suggests that eating about 2 tablespoons (23 grams) of olive oil daily may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease due to the monounsaturated fat in olive oil. To achieve this possible benefit, olive oil is to replace a similar amount of saturated fat and not increase the total number of calories you eat in a day.”

The International Olive Council released a white paper in 2012, titled "Health Benefits of Olives and Olive Oil" that identified a host of other health benefits olive oil provides. Olive oil is a rich source of numerous compounds, including polyphenols, with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. When merchandising olive oil to consumers, there are many health benefits to tout.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil helps with :
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Diabetes
- Stroke
- Cancer
- Inflammation

Source: Http://www.aboutoliveoil.org/health_and_science/index.html#

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Of the cooking oils commonly available in the grocery store, olive oil is one of the richest sources of monounsaturated fats, and it's naturally cholesterol-free. In fact, olive oil contains much more monounsaturated or "good" fats per tablespoon than butter, margarine, and other popular cooking oils. Olive oil is low in saturated fat and does not contain trans fat, which may increase the risk of heart disease. Consuming monounsaturated fats is shown to help reduce the level of "bad" cholesterol that can cause deposits to form on the walls of arteries and other blood vessels. Olive oil also has antioxidants such as vitamin E, which promote good health, making olive oil an even more nutritious choice.

Olive oil can play a leading role in a healthy lifestyle. The Food and Drug Administration agrees, and approved olive oil for a qualified health claim in 2004, recognizing the heart-health benefits of one of America's most popular pourable cooking oils. The petition for a health claim submitted by the North American Olive Oil Association (NAOOA) included more than 70 clinical intervention studies conducted by scientists in the United States and other countries. 

Specifically, the FDA claim states, "Limited and not conclusive scientific evidence suggests that eating about 2 tablespoons (23 grams) of olive oil daily may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease due to the monounsaturated fat in olive oil. To achieve this possible benefit, olive oil is to replace a similar amount of saturated fat and not increase the total number of calories you eat in a day.” 

The International Olive Council released a white paper in 2012, titled "Health Benefits of Olives and Olive Oil" that identified a host of other health benefits olive oil provides. Olive oil is a rich source of numerous compounds, including polyphenols, with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. When merchandising olive oil to consumers, there are many health benefits to tout. 
Extra Virgin Olive Oil helps with :
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Diabetes
- Stroke
- Cancer
- Inflammation

Source: Http://www.aboutoliveoil.org/health_and_science/index.html#