Articles about oleocanthal
Berkeley Olive Grove EVOO Packs a Punch
Recent research shows one California extra virgin olive oil just might be among the world's healthiest.
Greece Flip-Flops on EVOO Labeling
A late decision will allow producers to use oleocanthal and oleacein levels to justify health benefit claims of olive oil polyphenols.
Patent Bid Showcases Oleocanthal’s Versatility
Researchers say Oleocanthal - the part of extra virgin olive oil that stings the throat - is a marketing opportunity yet to be tapped.
How Extra Virgin Olive Oil Can Protect from Alzheimer’s Disease
Researchers say oleocanthal found in extra-virgin olive oil has the potential to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Olive Oil Compound May Decrease Intestinal Damage in Cases of Ischemia
Olive oil derived compounds may help prevent intestinal ischemia and reperfusion associated organ damage.
Important Minor Compounds in Olive Oil
The most important minor compounds of olive appear in low concentration, however they have a significant positive effect on human health.
Researchers Say New Tool Measures Olive Oil ‘Healthfulness’
The health benefits of a specific olive oil could be easier to assess with a new Greek system to measure the content of key compounds.
Extra Virgin of Messini More than Liquid Gold
Extra virgon olive oil produced from trees in Messini, near Kalamata, were found to contain the largest quantities of the well-known oleocanthal and other anti-inflammatory substances.
Tapping Hidden Value in Liquid Gold
Science and industry are finding new ways to capture and exploit the healthful properties of olive oil.
Maybe You Shouldn’t Do Something About That Cough
Researchers revealed that sensor molecules, located in the human throat but not the mouth, attach to a chemical found in high-end olive oils causing the very noticeable sensation