What makes olive oil special?
A. It’s Virginity. It is called virgin because is one of the few oils that are edible as it is extracted. It is extracted by mechanical or centrifugal force and is carried out in natural temperature conditions which is more hygienic, and never by chemicals as it is done by most oils that have to be refined to be able to be consumed.
B. Its squalene. What is common between the olive oil users (not only for consuming because in the Mediterranean olive oil is not only used as food) in the Mediterranean and the aboriginals of Australia
They both use squalene the first (Mediterranean consumers) by using olive oil which has a percentage of 0.5 to 0.8 is nature physical squalene (that is if olive oil is not fused with other seed oils) and the Australian aboriginals by extracting it from the deep sea shark liver.
C. Its Eleovropain. It is indicated mostly by the bitterness of the oil which is present in the olive oil if the olives are pressed when they are fresh, immediately after the collection with low temperature as little water as possible in the extraction process
It is a physical antibiotic as squalene
D. Its consumption by the human body
E. Its excellent percentage of saturates and polyunsaturates
F. By not buying and not consuming olive oil you lose money
By buying and consuming olive oil you gain money and this is obvious if you only try to buy squalene and eleovropain as food additive which are a very small percentage of the olive oil, less than 1%, you will pay almost the 80% of the price of the olive oil and these are just some of the olive oil advantages. Most recent in 2005 it was found in USA that olive oil can act as a paint killer ,and we believe more discoveries are coming….