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A new study has found that the fat in olive oil appears to activate pathways in cells that are linked to longer life span. CLICK HERE FOR STORY: https://www.insider.com/mediterranean-diet-with-olive-oil-after-exercise-linked-to-longevity-2020-2
Using olive oil instead of these foods could add years to the life of your heart, study says: CLICK HERE: https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/05/health/olive-oil-heart-health-wellness/index.html
Here's a recent (2019) scientific study confirming that sautéing and pan frying using extra virgin olive oil that's high in phenols, does not fully destroy the antioxidant properties or create harmful aldehydes, which makes it the absolute healthiest option to use for cooking, hands down. The study showed that under regular cooking applications, only 40% of
Balsamic has many health benefits! This article has some good information. CLICK HERE to read the article
This is a great article. They get a few things wrong, but overall it's very informative. Fresh Harvest ultra-premium extra virgin olive oil is some of the freshest on the planet and the smoke point is 425 degrees, same as coconut or avocado oil. When heated the Biophenols actually X-OUT the carbon chains created by heating
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Balsamic vinegar is created from unfermented grape juice. It’s known for having distinctive, bold, complex flavors and a tart aftertaste. Real balsamic vinegar is aged in barrels for years and our Fresh Harvest balsamic vinegars are the highest quality available. CLICK HERE to read the Healthline article on the amazing health benefits of true balsamic vinegar.
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CLICK HERE TO READ ARTICLE: The consumption of processed seed and vegetable oils like soybean oil, sunflower oil, canola oil has increased dramatically in the past century. They were practically non-existent in our diets until the early 1900s...