In March, the newsletter from the Olive Health Information System (OHIS), the portal set up by the IOC with the School of Medicine of the University of Navarra, brings us the latest scientific research on olives and olive oil.
In this issue, we cover topics such as mental health, EVOO-based diets for children and adolescents, and the properties of the components of olive oil. We also cover covid-19, the environment and intestinal flora.
There is no shortage of scientific findings; every day, we discover something new about this unique product. The elixir of life never ceases to amaze.
Enjoy reading the latest articles.
Children and adolescents
Olive oil components
The intake of flavonoids, stilbenes, and tyrosols, mainly consumed through red wine and virgin olive oil, is associated with lower carotid and femoral subclinical atherosclerosis and coronary calcium.
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