You’ve probably heard that olive oil is a healthy oil for cooking, dressing salads, and more.
But did you know that olive oil is also good enough to drink?
The health effects of dietary fat are controversial. However, experts agree that olive oil — especially extra virgin — is good for you.
While it’s commonly used as a cooking and dipping oil, some people believe that drinking it will allow you to reap its maximum benefits.
There are a lot of solid reasons which make olive oil one of the healthiest and nutrient-rich oils.
A big constituent of the Mediterranean diet (consistently ranked to be one of the best diets to follow), olive oil contains monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs), which is a healthy source of fat.
Extra virgin olive oil, the best of its kind goes little-to-no processing, has rich antioxidants (more than any other oil) which garner a lot of potential health benefits.
Should you consider drinking olive oil daily? In this video, we dive into the possible health benefits of this practice.
0:31 Benefits of drinking olive oil
2:38 How to consume olive oil
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