Olive Oil

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Olive oil has been used since time immemorial for its anti-inflammatory properties and general impact on human health. From applying it to the skin to using it exclusively as a cooking oil, the value of olive oil is well known. When it comes to cardiovascular health, olive oil can significantly reduce your chances of acute coronary syndrome, because it actively balances out your omega-6 fatty acid levels (commonly known as “bad” cholesterol). Combined with its anti-inflammatory properties that can keep your arteries relaxed and your blood pressure down, this makes olive oil a powerful addition to your diet.

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