The good fat in olive oil won’t increase insulin resistance and may even help reverse it. A touch of olive oil also slows digestion, so your meal is less likely to spike your glucose. High in calories so just a drizzle will do.
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Olive Oil Calms the Bowels. The Oleic ACID helps promote digestion & lessens the chances of ulcers. Olive oil doesn't have any amounts of cholesterol, in fact, fights cholesterol. Due to olive oil being rich in mono-saturated fat, it lowers the possibilities of breast cancer. The healthy fats in Olive Oil are anti-inflammatory agents helping with arthritis, asthma, and good skin. Olive oil guards colon cells from carcinogens. Try to incorporate a tsp a day into your diet.
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