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Olive leaf extract prevents cancer and fights infections

Posted October 24, 2013

Olives have long been known for the health benefits they supply to the human body. The olive itself and olive oil especially are useful in healthy cooking. Not to be overlooked, olive leaf extract is beneficial for the natural antiviral and antibacterial properties used to treat many different types of medical conditions.

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Can olive leaf extract boost immunity to prevent colds and flu and more?

Posted September 23, 2013

If you are looking for a natural immune booster, here are some facts about olive leaf extract. You can purchase in capsules and take as a supplement to help keep you free from colds and flu this winter. But will it work?

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Amazing Benefits of Olive Leaf Extract

Posted March 11, 2013

Though medicine and science has made enormous developments and is constantly evolving, many people have now turned to using more natural and herbal treatments to treat their conditions. Alternative medicine is now expanding beyond horizons, and more and more people are now making simple diet changes and using natural herbs and foods to cure many life-threatening and chronic conditions.

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The healing power of olive leaf

Posted January 24, 2013

In many parts of the world, including Morocco, Italy, Spain, France, Lebanon and Syria, olives are staple foods found on every table. They are abundant and cheap, and come in a variety of forms, from green to pink to black, and are cured in a multitude of ways. Here in Morocco, almost every restaurant sets a bowl of olives on the table, and no dinner is complete without them.

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Olive Leaf Shows Profound Medicinal Benefits

Posted August 8, 2012

Scientists are slowly discovering the medicinal potential of olive leaf. Early studies are showing it may play an important role in treating many diseases. Olive Leaf also known as Olea europaea is derived from the fresh or dried leaves of the Olive tree. Its medicinal use dates back as far as 3500 BC, mainly because of it’s powerful anti-microbial properties.

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Olive Trees Bear Many Special Gifts Including Medicinal Leaves

Posted August 3, 2012

Olive trees provide shade and shelter, nourishment, medicine and fuel. Olive oil is heart healthy. The leaves signify peace but wage war against microbes.

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Olive Leaf Extract May Promote Healthier Cholesterol Levels

Posted June 27, 2012

Olive oil gets its fair share of attention, and with good reason. It’s a rich source of antioxidants that helps protect against free radical damage and, in doing so, helps prevent numerous diseases like diabetes, heart disease, metabolic syndrome and Alzheimer’s. But there’s more to the olive than just its oil.

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids Beneficial in Treating Juvenile Arthritis

Posted April 30, 2012

Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) patients respond positively to omega-3 fatty acid supplementation. Twenty seven JIA patients (12.78 +/- 3.26 y), disease duration approximately 5.93 y (+/- 3.06 y), age of onset 6.78 y (+/- 3.26 y), were given twice daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids over a period of 12 weeks. The study measured the effect of supplements on clinical manifestations, laboratory investigations, disease activity, functional capacity, response criteria, interleukin-1 (IL-1) and tumor necrosis factor-a (TNF-a) levels.

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids Lower Risk of Death by 85%

Posted April 30, 2012

In addition to supernutrients such as resveratrol, curcumin and vitamin D optimization, researchers publishing in Clinical Cardiology and the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and provide documented evidence that beneficial omega-3 fatty acids from dietary sources and supplementation slash the overall risk of an early death. The long-chain fats DHA and EPA elicit a profound effect on the heart and brain to ameliorate chronic diseases that bring an early demise to millions of unsuspecting individuals each year.

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Marine omega-3s may reduce depressive symptoms: Study

Posted April 30, 2012

Increased intakes of the marine omega-3s EPA and DHA may be associated with a decrease in the number of depressive symptoms, say researchers from the University of Rochester, New York.

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