The Goodness of Olives

Green, attractive and delightfully tasty – Olives are not just meant for adorning those pizzas or making of olive oil; they come loaded with health benefits.

The Goodness of Olives

Olives are found in small trees in the coastal areas of the eastern meditteranean Basin and parts of Levant, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran and south of Caspian Sea. Primarily used in the manufacture of Olive Oil, which is the best health alternative to other oils used in foods, Olives also come packed with goodness that helps reduce most lifestyle related conditions.
Here are some of the benefits of Olives when consumed on a daily basis
Cholesterol – Olives actively fight the excessive cholesterol in blood, contributing to a healthy heart. Pop three to four olives a day and bid goodbye to cholesterol.
Rich Dietary Fibre – Olives contribute to great fibre content that is necessary for an active lifestyle. No time for fruit and vegetable diet? Eat olives instead.
The Goodness of Olives
Blood Pressure – Olives help keep the blood pressure in control, with their counter measures on the cholesterol and blood circulation.
Vitamin E – If you want that glowing healthy skin and healthy hair, you need to eat olives. The richness of Vitamin E helps bring in that natural glow and shiny mane.
Antioxidants
– The vital elements to boost regeneration and fight ageing, antioxidants are plenty in Olives.
Alzheimer’s – Olives fight the degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. They are extremely helpful to reduce inflammatory conditions in the body.
Immunity – Boosting immunity and making the body ready to fight diseases is easy with regular consumption of Olives.
The Goodness of Olives
Stress busters – Olives not only fight the cholesterol to protect heart, they also calm the stressful mind down by reducing the levels of anxiety and tension.
Appetite – If you are an over eater prone to eating out of stress and lethargy, grab olives and consume them before that dreadful impending meal. Olives immediately reduce the appetite by 20 percent as the mono saturated fatty acids in olives slow the digestion process down and stimulate cholecystokinin, a hormone that conveys the feeling of fullness to the brain.
These and more, olives are precious for improving the everyday living conditions, by ensuring effective health over all.
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