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ZOI ULTRA HIGH PHENOLIC EVOO RICH IN OLEOCANTHAL MADE FOR KALAMON VARIETY UNRIPE OLIVES

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“The health benefits of olive oil are 99 percent related to the presence of the phenolic compounds, not the oil itself,” says Nasir Malik, research plant physiologist at the U.S.D.A.

ZOI is made from a specially selected, early harvest of Kalamon variety olives, known for very high phenolic concentration – in particular the phenolic compounds oleocanthal and oleacein.

Oleocanthal is the most rigorously tested phenolic compound in clinical research, both in laboratory and human trials. See research: https://aristoleo.com/research-links/

How rare is this? Last year, World Olive Center for Health in Athens analyzed 1000s of samples sent by olive growers who produce early harvest olive oils.

Only 51 olive growers produced over 1,250 mg/kg of polyphenols. ZOI measures 1284 mg/kg of polyphenols with 969 mg/kg of oleocanthal. Less than a handful of olive growers produced olive oil that contained over 700 oleocanthal. ZOI is very rare indeed.

PHENOLIC ANALYSIS BY NMR
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Oleocanthal 969mg per kg

Oleacein 259mg per kg

Ligstroside aglycon 25mg per kg

(monoaldehyde form)

Oleuropein aglycon 22mg per kg

(monoaldehyde form)

Ligstroside aglycon <5mg per kg

(dialdehydeform)*

Oleuropein aglycon <5mg per kg

(dialdehyde form)**

Free Tyrosol <5mg per kg

Total polyphenols 1284mg per kg

*Oleomissional + Oleuropeindial

**Ligstrodial + Oleokoronal

LINK TO: NMR certificate

PHENOLIC ANALYSIS BY FOLIN Folin–Ciocalteu Method

The Folin- Ciocalteu Method has been rejected by EFSA (European Food Safety Agency) in the EU for analyzing polyphenols because it measures them using a colorimetric method which does not distinguish each phenolic compound. This method cannot measure the concentration of each phenolic compound. This leads to either over estimation or under estimation.

Total polyphenols 1051mg per kg