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Jul. 27, 2016

Potential Mechanism for the Cardioprotective Effect of Extra Virgin Olive Oil Unraveled

Italian researchers demonstrated that extra virgin olive oil down-regulated NOX2 activity, pointing to this enzymatic pathway as a mechanism accounting for its antioxidant effects.

Jul. 18, 2016

Mediterranean Diet, Heavy on the Olive Oil, Can Reduce Risk of Chronic Disease

A Mediterranean diet with no restriction on fat intake may be associated with reduced incidence of cardiovascular events, breast cancer, and type 2 diabetes.

Mar. 30, 2016

Extra Virgin Olive Oil Reduces Postprandial Glucose After High GI Meal in Type 1 Diabetes

New research shows that extra virgin olive oil reduces postprandial glucose in type 1 diabetics after consuming a high glycemic index meal

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Jul. 7, 2014

Breakfast with High-Phenol EVOO Reduces Inflammation Linked to Diabetes, Heart Disease

A new study shows that adding phenol-rich olive oil to breakfast successfully lowers the inflammation linked to metabolic syndrome.

Apr. 1, 2014

Patent Applicant Claims Olive Polyphenols Help Blood Sugar Control

A New Zealand company is seeking an international patent for an olive leaf extract it says can help prevent or manage insulin sensitivity.

Mar. 6, 2014

Mediterranean Diet Effective for Weight Loss, Study Finds

Obese subjects who followed variations of the Mediterranean diet not only lost weight, but were successful in maintaining it as well.

Jan. 8, 2014

Mediterranean Diet with Extra Virgin Olive Oil May Protect from Diabetes

Spanish researchers found that following a Mediterranean diet may cut the risk of diabetes by about 30 percent.

Aug. 26, 2013

Modified Mediterranean Diet May Protect from Diabetes

A new study suggests that a Mediterranean diet that is low in certain carbohydrates can protect from diabetes.

May. 23, 2011

Olive Oil Diet Reduces Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

A study in the scientific journal Diabetes Care showed that a Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil reduces the risk of type II diabetes by almost 50 percent compared to a low fat diet.

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