Extra Virgin Olive Oil is more than a rich source of monounsaturated fatty acids. Its phenolic components have shown anti-inflammatory and chemo-protective properties.
The oleocanthal of olive oil has been found to have a similar effect to the ibunoprofen anti-inflammatory drug.
No cytotoxicity has been reported in any of the studies in which the role of phenolic components in olive oil has been examined.
What role do polyphenols play in our health?
Polyphenols are powerful antioxidants that prevent the formation of free radicals, exerting anti-cancer activity.
Routine olive oil is used in the pharmacology of lung cancer while in experiments the caffeic acid of olive oil has been associated with avoiding the development of skin cancer
Extra Virgin Olive Oil marketed are distinguished in edible and industrial oils.
The first ones are mainly found in virgin olive oils and in simple olive oils.
The latter are blends of virgin olive oil with refined olive oil or olive-pomace oil.
Depending on the stage of maturation of the olives, some virgins are called yogurt oils.
The projected product is of excellent quality and is excellent quality of the market.
It is audited and accredited through its production process, respecting all market standards.