5 Reasons Why you Should Take a Spoonful of Olive Oil Every Day – Part 2

“Take a spoonful of olive oil? Just like that?!” Is this something that pops up in your head when you’re reading the headline? Well, then you’ve probably missed our previous post on the same topic. If so, you can easily catch up as you click here. OK, let’s proceed to the business of the day. Here’s another 5 reasons why you should take a spoonful of olive oil every day first thing in the morning:
  1. Protects the brain
That’s another asset of olive oil’s use: it might prevent you from developing brain diseases. What’s more, it can also improve memory and concentration. If you remember what we said last time, we owe these properties to the fatty acids and antioxidants that fight against the free radicals.
  1. Helps for weight loss
We’ll probably repeat ourselves for, like, the hundredth time but olive oil is like a health bomb! It contains lots of fatty acids that are said to control metabolism. In fact, namely this is the reason why we rarely feel super hungry when we consume olive oil on a daily basis. It just makes us replete.
  1. Promotes healthy heart
Last time we mentioned that EVOO is known as one of the best heart-friendly sources on Earth. Indeed it is! If you happen to turn its usage into a habit, you’ll gradually start regulating the ‘bad’ cholesterol. This low-density lipoprotein can make blood circulation much harder and thus result in a sick heart. We don’t want this to happen, right?
  1. Detoxifies the liver
To clean up your liver from all toxins you might wanna mix 2 tablespoons of olive oil with some lemon juice. Drink this magic cocktail on an empty stomach every day and enjoy the results. lemon olive oil
  1. Reduces inflammations
Scientific data shows that 3-4 tablespoons of EVOO daily are enough to keep any inflammation down. This applies especially for autoimmune and rheumatic diseases, which are very common nowadays. Fetch up with all our news and products as you like our Facebook page! Meanwhile, here’s something more to read about: 5 Reasons to Start Drinking Water more Often 6 Benefits from Drinking Pomegranate Juice – Part 2 3 Health Benefits of Feta Cheese you should know!


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