Olive Oil

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Olive oil is praised as a “cure-all” in many circles, and people around the world swear by its healthy properties and better taste. It is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which not only help heart health, but also act as anti-inflammatory agents throughout the body. These fatty acids can also eliminate oxidative stress and strain on the muscles, joints and organ systems, making it effective for the treatment of bursitis. Cooking with olive oil, topically applying olive oil to the affected area, and using it as a dressing or a dip are just a few of the ways you can increase the presence and impact of olive oil in your body.

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