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"Tests were carried out on rats showing comparable conditions to female human menopause, with one group being treated orally with olive oil. At the end of the experiment, blood samples were collected and tested for levels of calcium, phosphorus, alkaline phosphatase (ALP), malondialdehyde (MDA), and nitrates.
The results found that that rats not treated with olive oil showed a significant decrease in calcium levels and a significant increase in plasma ALP, MDA, and nitrates levels.
Olive oil supplementation proved to be beneficial and was found to both attenuate these changes and to positively affect the thickness of bones."

Olive Oil Times - Olive Oil Joins the Fight Against Osteoporosis
Written by Tom Baker

Olive Oil Times reveals Extra Virgin Olive Oil More Effective than Ibuprofen in Treating Menstrual Pain
Written by Jedha Dening

"The use of sunscreen remains the best way to prevent sunburn and shield the skin from the harmful effects of the sun’s UVA and UVB rays.

However, “Going Greek” and consuming olive oil and other Mediterranean food staples, could help counter the oxidizing effect of the sun.

Only three in every 100,000 residents of countries in the Mediterranean develop any form of skin cancer."

Olive Oil Times Olive Oil Found to Help Prevent Skin Cancer
Written by Christian Brazil Bautista 

Olive Oil Times reveals 10 Celebrities Who Love Olive Oil.
Written by Chris Lindahl  

Olive Oil Times reveals Olive Oil Component Stops Gut Bacteria Linked To Heart and Brain Diseases.
Written by Jedha Dening 

"Fresh olive oil binds with the flavors of foods and forms a bridge to your taste buds, amplifying and elevating the deliciousness of your creation to heights you never imagined.

We're not making this stuff up, it's in the science."

Olive Oil Times reveals 10 Things You Need to Know About Olive Oil.
Written by Olive Oil Times Staff

"A three year study conducted on three of the olive trees located in Gethsemane, Jerusalem, has shown that their trunks and branches are around 900 years old, making them among the oldest known olive trees.

Two famous olive trees often lay claim to being the world’s oldest. The olive tree of Vouves in Chania, Greece, a tree that still produces fruit, is thought to be 2,000 years old according to tree ring analysis. However some scientists believe it is closer to 4,000 years in age."

Olive Oil Times reveals Gethsemane Olive Trees Among World’s Oldest.
Written by Naomi Tupper 

"A new study has proven that an ingredient in extra virgin olive oil can kill cancer cells.

The results of the study, which will be published in the journal Molecular and Cellular Oncology, were made public on January 23, 2015." 

Olive Oil Times reveals Component in EVOO Kills Cancer Cells.
Written by Isabel Putinja

"A new study carried out by the University of Granada revealed that frying vegetables typical to the Mediterranean diet in EVOO, as opposed to boiling, is a much better method of cooking in terms of nutrient value."

Olive Oil Times reveals Vegetables Fried in Extra Virgin Olive Oil More Nutritionally Beneficial than Boiled.
Written by Gaynor Selby