The Health Benefits of Salam Olive Oil

The richness of the olive oil comes from the nutrients in its component: Oleic acid, phenol, tocopherol, pigments, phosphatide, carbohydrates, aromatic components and glycerol.

Recent studies have proven the health-enhancing qualities of using olive oil in one’s regular diet due in part to its antioxidant nature. Ingesting olive oil can have a positive effect as it lowers bad LDL cholesterol while maintaining good HDL cholesterol and it is a good source of Vitamin E. Because of this fact, olive oil has enjoyed resurgence in use as a supplement to foods and general body and skin care , thus enjoying dramatic increase in usage and demands.

Lower Your LDL

The antioxidants in Olive Oil can lower your “bad” (LDL) cholesterol. It is Recomended to use about 2 tablespoons of olive oil a day in place of other fats in your diet to get its heart-healthy benefits.

Source of Vitamin E

Extra Virgin Olive oil contains Vitamin E that is protected by the abundant polyphenols. One ounce of extra virgin olive oil contains over 17% of the daily value of Vitamin E your body requires.


Maintain Your HDL

The Antioxidants in Olive Oil only lower your LDL “bad” Cholesterol without removing any HDL “good” cholesterol your body may need for a healthy heart.

Skin Care

Olive oil contains four major antioxidants which allow it to work as a cleanser, moisturizer, and protector of skin, it helps restore skin elasticity and the Hydroxytyrosol, is one of the key compounds that helps prevent free radical damage to the skin.