“Higher phenolic levels can provide more health benefits than an extra virgin olive oil with low phenol content.”
(Mary Flynn PhD, RD, LDN & Selina Wang PhD, March 2015 Report, UC Davis Olive Center)
See Report link: http://olivecenter.ucdavis.edu/research/files/blood-lipid_updated
Looking for an fresh seasonal extra virgin olive oil starts with the crush date, knowing how healthy the olives were at the time of crushing, the polyphenol levels (anti-inflammatory benefits) and how they are stored are important to know when choosing wisely.
We educate everyone who wants to learn about what makes extra virgin olive oil – extra virgin and the health benefits.