The benefits of olive oil
L'huile d'olive et les maladies cardio-vasculaires

De nombreuses études scientifiques auraient permis de mettre en évidence le lien étroit entre les maladies cardio-vasculaires et les habitudes alimentaires.
Les régimes riches en huile d'olive permettraient en effet d'éviter une coagulation sanguine excessive avec des aliments gras, ce qui explique la faible incidence d'infarctus du myocarde dans les pays où l'huile d'olive est la principale source de matière grasse

Olive oil and breast feeding

Vitamin E is found in the blood of pregnant women is concentrated in childbirth in the mammary gland, allowing the mother to continue to provide this vitamin to her baby during breastfeeding. Maintaining levels of this vitamine during lactationis fondamental.

Olive oil and pregnancy

Olive oil is fundamental to the fetus during the gestation period. According to information available, children of mothers who consumed olive oil during pregnancy have better postnatal development, in terms of height, weight, behavior, and the acquisition of psychomotor reflexes. Vitamin E is necessary for fetal growth but also the newborn at the time of first contact with oxygen, is forced to fight against oxidative stress caused by this new situation.
For this he needs the vitamin E, a substance that is not abundant in olive oil but is maintained in a proper state of concentration due to the strength of the oil to oxidation. Thus, the quantity and quality of the diet followed during pregnancy play an essential role in the metabolic adaptations that occur in the mother and its functional relationship with the fetus.

L’huile d’olive et le cancer

Des études épidémiologiques auraient montré que l’huile d’olive exercerait un effet protecteur face à certaines tumeurs ,malignes (sein, prostate, endomètre, tractus digestif, etc.). L’huile d’olive faciliterait la consommation des légumes verts et des légumes secs dont les effets positifs dans la prévention du cancer ont été amplement démontrés.

Olive oil and the digestive

The stomach

According to scientific studies, by consuming olive oil, (satiety would be greater and the digestion and absorption of nutrients in the stomach would be favored.)

the pancreas
When consumed, olive oil produces a small amount of secretion by the pancreas, making this organ "work" little, but efficiently and enough to carry out all its digestive functions. Olive oil is recommended in diseases where pancreatic function has to be maintained, such as pancreas failure, chronic pancreatitis, cystic fibrosis, mal absorption syndromes, etc.

The intestine
Owing to the sitosterol it contains, olive oil partially prevents cholesterol absorption by the small intestine.

Olive oil and immune system

Consumption of olive oil help strengths en the immune system against external aggressions caused by microorganisms such as bacteria or viruses.

Olive oil and diabetes mellitus

A diet rich in olive oil would not only a good alternative to the treatment of diabetes mellitus but would also prevent or delay the onset of the disease. Scientific studies have shown that a diet rich in olive oil, low in saturated greases, moderately rich in carbohydrates and soluble fiber from fruits, vegetables, pulses and grains, would be the choice the most effective food for diabetics

Olive oil, therefore, is a fat that is digested and absorbed really well. It has choice properties and a mild laxative effect that helps to combat constipation and bad breath

Olive oil and blood pressure

The scientific community would have shown that the introduction of the olive oil in the diet result in a decrease in blood pressure.

Olive oil and cancer

Epidemiological studies have shown that olive oil has a protective effect against certain tumors, malignant (breast, prostate, endometrial, gastrointestinal tract, etc.).. Olive oil consumption would facilitate green vegetables and pulses with positive effects in cancer prevention have been well documented.

Olive oil and cardiovascular disease

Numerous scientific studies have helped to highlight the close link between heart disease and eating habits. Diet rich in olive oil would indeed prevent excessive blood clotting with fatty foods, which explains the low incidence of myocardial infarction in countries where olive oil is the main source of material fat

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