The benefits of olives

 The olive tree has always been known as a blessed tree with blessed fruits, and in the following article we will talk about the most important benefits of olives.

The olive tree is a blessed and famous tree in the Mediterranean regions, and it has many benefits for the body and human life.

Here are the most prominent features and benefits of olives as follows:

Olive features

Except for using olive oil and its wood as fuel to obtain warmth, they are as fruits and as an oil that is a source of energy, and a food rich in minerals and essential fatty acids and many other benefits that accrue to the body from the inside and outside.

Usually nutritionists recommend eating olives daily because of its secrets and high nutritional value in order to maintain a healthy and balanced diet.

Among the most important features that distinguish olives of all kinds, green or black, is the following:

The olive fruit is nutritious and rich in essential minerals such as: calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron, phosphorous, sulfur, copper and iodine.

It contains essential vitamins and amino acids.

It contains powerful antioxidants due to the fact that it contains B vitamins, Vitamin A and Vitamin E.

It contains oleic acid, which is a beneficial and essential mono fatty acid for the body that has beneficial properties that protect the heart.

They are available and affordable, and they are used in many recipes and cuisines.

The benefits of olives

Due to the qualities that have been mentioned, the benefits of olives are varied and numerous, as follows:

1. Maintaining the health of the heart and arteries

By reducing bad cholesterol and raising the level of good cholesterol.

This helps in promoting heart and arterial health, protecting it from strokes, and helps make your arteries more flexible, which helps fight strokes and heart attacks.

2. Strengthening immunity and fighting free radicals

As olives contain antioxidants such as Vitamin A and Vitamin E, the benefits of olive oil are shown in fighting infections and boosting immunity by combating free radicals.

It has also recently proven its role in preventing breast cancer in particular, as olive oil contains substances that work to resist and kill cancer cells and destroy them.

3. Improve memory level

As olives contain polyphenols, substances that fight free radicals and reduce oxidative stress in brain cells, the most important of which is vitamin E>

Some research has also found a role for olive oil in preventing Alzheimer's.

4. Weight loss and appetite control

Olives are low in calories and are a good source of healthy fats.

They are two factors that may promote weight loss by reducing hunger when consumed and help you feel full, reduce the amount of food eaten later, especially sugars, and replace less healthy fats in your diet.

5. Anemia treatment

Olives are a good source of iron, as iron is a part of hemoglobin in the blood.

6. Fight the signs of aging and promote healthy skin and hair

With olives containing oleic acid, it has found properties in preserving the skin and its elasticity and preserving its moisture and softness.

Also, with powerful antioxidants such as Vitamin E, free radicals are eliminated, fight signs of aging, wrinkles and wrinkles, and keep skin smooth and healthy.

Olive oil has also found a role in treating eczema, cracked hands and feet, and sunburn.

It is also very beneficial for the scalp and hair, as it prevents dry hair and moisturizes dry scalp.

(Read more about the benefits of olive oil for hair and skin)

7. Support the digestive system

Olives are low in cholesterol and a good source of the dietary fiber that the body needs for gut health.

8. Reducing inflammation

Chronic inflammation plays a major role in many diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis.

Olives are packed with antioxidants, which have been shown to help treat chronic infections, and relieve symptoms of these and other conditions.

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