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What are the benefits of extra virgin olive oil?

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Extra virgin olive oil is great for your heart because of its monounsaturated fat content. The omega 3 and 6 fatty acids boost your brain health and vitamin E in the oil keeps your skin supple and radiant. Extra virgin olive oil is beneficial for treating osteoporosis, diabetes, high cholesterol, depression, and obesity. It is also known for longetivity too.

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Now there are types of olive oil also, good to know that

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There are many benefits to this which is why i prefer this oil for cooking and for skin

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Thats a lot of benefits! Time to switch

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