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1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil Reduces Heart Attack, Clogged Arteries and High Blood Sugar

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

We look at people in the Mediterranean region that consume a lot of extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) and their levels of heart disease throughout these nations are so low, and we wonder why.

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Olive oil not only has polyunsaturated fatty acids but also contains monounsaturated fatty acids, which are beneficial for the heart. Monounsaturated fatty acids help prevent plaque formation by reducing inflammation in the arteries.

Too much plaque can impede blood oxygen delivery to the heart, which may lead to a heart attack if it is not treated. Extra virgin olive oil is powerful because of two ingredients.

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Oleocanthal is the first. It functions as well as Ibuprofen when it comes to pain – it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. Oleocanthal will ease any kind of discomfort you’re having, such as stomach and joint pain, or knee pain.

Oleic acid is the second ingredient. The inflammatory marker, C-reactive protein, is lowered by oleic acid, which is the primary fatty acid in olive oil. Oleic acid may help put out the flames of inflammation by lowering C-reactive protein that goes into your bloodstream.

Olive oil will do wonders for you if you’re constipated and aren’t regular. It coats and lubricates the intestinal walls and helps you feel better by stimulating peristalsis.

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Insulin resistance will be improved by olive oil, making you more insulin sensitive. Since it slows down digestion, it will assist with pre-diabetes and diabetes. It allows glucose to enter the cells gradually, rather than putting demands on the pancreas that is producing insulin.

And you’ll feel satiated after eating olive oil. Guess what? You’re not going to yearn for that junk food. Olive oil is crucial for weight loss since it will make a significant difference if you consume it.

So, how should you take olive oil? The best way is to get up in the morning and take one tablespoon on an empty stomach.

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Because of its natural, medicinal anti-inflammatory properties, some studies show it may be taken before bed. Sleeping and resting after taking olive oil can be an enormous help for you if you have a lot of inflammation going on. You’ll wake up in the morning feeling refreshed.

Don’t underestimate the power of extra virgin olive oil because the research is out there.

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