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High phenolic extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)

According to NBC TODAY, the most popular morning show in America; drinking high phenolic EVOO from a shot glass is recommended! See video below.

I would suggest you try a teaspoon in the morning on an empty stomach and do not drink any water or eat for 30 minutes. This is usually the protocol when conducting clinical trials to determine its effectiveness. Many of our grandfathers who were farmers made it a habit to drink a shot every morning, and I drink it this way every chance I get. The last few years I have been blessed with having access to lots of it; I have made it my business. It used to be very rare because this was the early harvest extra virgin olive oil. They never sold it they kept it for their families and friends. But if you are taking any medication or under doctors’ care, you must inform your attending physician or caregiver, so they can monitor its effectiveness.

This may be a good way to consume high phenolic EVOO, because high phenolic EVOO is more than just a food – many have come to regard it as a “medicine” (in the Hippocratic sense).
AS SEEN ON NBC TODAY morning show:

Make high phenolic extra virgin olive oil part of your daily routine for less than the cost of half a cup of coffee a day https://www.brit.co/mediterranean-diet-heart-health-benefits/

We have numerous reports of enhanced benefits when consumed in this manner. It seems to enhance the absorption rate of phenolic compounds present such as oleocanthal and oleacein.  You must inform your doctor before you begin consuming high phenolic EVOO if you are taking any prescription medicine or aspirin or ibuprofen for therapeutic reasons. There is no guarantee there will be any benefit but it must be monitored if you are taking prescription medication. Your doctor or healthcare professional will be able to evaluate the benefits and possible counter indications. There are  a number of human trials in progress right now and we will announce the results as soon as they are published.

Here is a list of benefits reported to us by our clients: it seems to alleviate the side effects of chemo therapy in some cases such as nausea, loss of appetite and loss of energy. We look forward to clinical trials being conducted soon to explore this type of anecdotal evidence we are receiving. Oleocanthal however seems to have a similar effect in thinning the blood as ibuprofen in certain cases and that is why doctors recommend to stop consuming high phenolic EVOO 10 – 14 days before surgery. https://aristoleo.com/love-high-phenolic-evoo/

It may also help to lower cholesterol and enhance heart health, https://www.oliveoiltimes.com/olive-oil-health-news/olive-oil-polyphenols-reduce-bad-cholesterol-and-plaque-formation/48333

May strengthen the immune system, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5691704/

Polyphenols seem to have a similar effect in thinning the blood as ibuprofen in certain cases http://www.drbriffa.com/2007/08/22/compounds-in-olive-oil-found-to-thin-the-blood/

It may also help to balance blood sugar levels in type 2 Diabetes:  “diabetes research does appear to show that olive oil, it’s phenols, polyphenols, and properties can help improve some of the key mechanisms involved in the development and progression of type 2 diabetes, being a suitable recommendation as part of a healthy dietary intervention.” https://www.oliveoiltimes.com/olive-oil-health-news/benefits-of-olive-oil-consumption-in-type-2-diabetes-treatment/50472

The best way to know whether its the right thing for you is to try it.

Catalog of High Phenolic EVOOs  https://aristoleo.com/agora-marketplace/
Latest results from our high phenolic EVOO competition Aristoleo Awards 2018  https://aristoleo.com/aristoleo-awards-2018-high-phenolic-evoo-winners/
Latest results from our high phenolic olives competition Aristoleo Awards 2018  https://aristoleo.com/aristoleo-awards-2018-high-phenolic-olives/
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