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Peeling and Mask with EVOO

07 mars 2017

We always highlight all the benefits that the extra virgin olive oil brings to our health. Extra virgin olive oil is an effective natural moisturizer for the skin, thanks to its high content of vitamins E and K that can help us to prevent the premature aging of our skin. Today we want to share with you 2 options to take advantage of these evoo properties! Peeling You need:  Castillo... Read more

Prevention of cold with EVOO

07 février 2017

We are always speaking about how many benefits the extra virgin olive oil has. In these days of winter, when colds are more common, we have good news for you! The high content of E vitamin in EVOO strengthens the immune system and helps our body to function properly, protecting us from viral diseases such as colds. In addition, including extra virgin olive oil in your diet will surprise... Read more

Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) Benefits

03 février 2016

We present the great benefits of consuming extra virgin olive oil which are many! The extra virgin olive oil is extracted mechanically without passing through any industrial process that may be harmful to health. In this link you can see how we make our oils: the process. As a result, the extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) are able to provide all naturally healthy components and... Read more

EVOO benefits to prevent breast cancer

19 octobre 2015

Today is the International Day of Fight against Breast Cancer and we would like to recall some of the benefits of extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) and how it helps prevent this disease. Indeed, the winning project of Luis Vañó Awards 2011 edition was related with this ailment: "Influence of minority components present in virgin olive oil in the prevention of breast cancer. In vitro... Read more

Consuming Extra Virgin Olive Oil reduces the risk of diabetes

03 septembre 2015

The Mediterranean diet based on extra virgin olive oil is much more effective in reducing risk of type 2 diabetes  that diets do not incorporate EVOO, according to a scientific study conducted by PREDIMED. This study, supported by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, explains that diets high in saturated fats increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, while replacing saturated fats with... Read more

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