All oils are not made equal

    It’s important to note that not all types of olive oils are created equal, and the quality of the oil can vary depending on factors such as the variety of olives used (DNA of the tree), the location where they were grown (microclimatic conditions), and the method of harvesting and production (nutraceutical grade or conventional milling methods). Let’s explore the different types of medical olive oils and the key differences between common and medical-grade olive oil.

    Medical-grade olive oil for every need

    If you need an olive oil beyond the common, you should go with medical-grade olive oil that is very high in specific bioactive compounds and vitamin E levels. There are numerous health benefits that are associated with the consumption of this type of olive oil as explained in the following paper. We currently offer 3 types of medical olive oils:

    types of medical olive oils

    A Super Antioxidant Food

    The High Phenolic Olive Oil with Vegan Omega 3 6 9 fits perfectly with your daily needs for mono-unsaturated fatty acids and high levels of antioxidants. Overall, incorporating high-phenolic olive oil into your daily routine is an easy and delicious way to transform your health and add flavor to your meals. This medical olive oil contains some of the most rejuvenating bioactive compounds ever found in nature.

    Extra Omega 3 Support

    The High Phenolic Olive + Vegan Algae Omega 3 Oil (EPA DHA ALA) will provide you with the best complex of omega 3 fatty acids (ALA EPA DHA), mono-unsaturated fatty acids, and bioactive compounds contained in algae and olive trees that are cultivated under the purest organic farming practices.

    Extracted from algae grown under fermentation in a resource-efficient environment that is heavily monitored, this exceptional food for the brain is obtained and used in the final oil blending to increase cognitive performance and support a healthy heart. With its potent formulation, it provides clinically-supported health benefits to everyone across every demographic.

    Extra Vitamin D3 Support

    The High Phenolic Olive + Vegan Algae Vitamin D3 Oil is fortified with the most natural and sustainable form of D3 from algae. It contains 50 times more anti-oxidants than common olive oil and provides great anti-inflammatory and immune support.

    An innovative Vitamin D3 Food with the synergistic power of the olive tree and algae that naturally provides you with 600IU of Vitamin D3, nature’s most potent Polyphenols (hydroxytyrosol, tyrosol, oleaocanthal, oleacin among others) plus Omega 3 6 9. It is designed to cover your kids’ full daily needs, in a cruelty-free and sustainable way.

    High-quality extra virgin olive oil for your common needs

    Look for high-quality extra virgin olive oils that are labeled as cold-pressed or unfiltered, as these are less processed and retain more of their beneficial nutrients. They perfectly suit your common needs.

    Extra virgin olive oil is a versatile and healthy oil that can be used for a variety of common needs, including:

    1. Cooking: Extra virgin olive oil has a high smoke point and is great for cooking at medium to low temperatures. It can be used for sautéing, roasting, grilling, and baking.
    2. Salad dressings: Extra virgin olive oil is a classic ingredient in salad dressings. Mix it with vinegar or lemon juice, add some herbs and spices, and you have a delicious and healthy dressing.
    3. Dipping: Extra virgin olive oil is perfect for dipping bread, crackers, or vegetables. Add some balsamic vinegar, garlic, or herbs for extra flavor.
    4. Marinades: Extra virgin olive oil can be used as a base for marinades for meat, poultry, fish, or vegetables. Combine it with vinegar, citrus juice, herbs, and spices to create a flavorful marinade.
    5. Drizzling: Extra virgin olive oil can be drizzled over cooked vegetables, pasta, rice, or pizza for extra flavor and nutrition.

    When using extra virgin olive oil, it’s important to store it properly in a cool, dark place away from light and heat to preserve its quality and flavor. It’s also important to choose a high-quality extra virgin olive oil that is cold-pressed and unrefined for the best taste and health benefits.


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