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Benefits of High Phenolic EVOO for Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment

Greek scientists investigate how extra virgin olive oil could play a role in mitigating or arresting the development of amnestic mild cognitive impairment.   "There is no other study which has examined in such a detailed manner the effects of Greek extra virgin olive oil in elders with amnestic mild cognitive impairment as an effective solution for cognitive impairment." https://www.oliveoiltimes.com/health-news/polyphenol-olive-oil-for-cognitive-impairment/87573    

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NEW supply of 2019 Harvest in NEW 16 fl oz (474 ML) Olea True bottle!

To our Valued Customers, We hope that you are well and healthy.  This message is to update you on the status of our inventory.  Due to an increasing high demand of our product we had to replenish our current inventory mid-year.  An additional shipment of 2019 Harvest high phenolic olive oil is on its way, expected to be available to you soon (new Certificate of Analysis will be posted when product becomes available). The new shipment continues to meet the high standards of the product you have come to expect.  Triggered by the unavailability to purchase 8 oz (237 ML) bottles, we are excited to introduce the new Olea True 16 oz. (474 ML) bottle size for the 2019 Harvest.  The limited remaining supply...

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When we eat is just as important as how much we eat.

Thought-provoking studies:   When we eat is just as important as how much we eat.  The pleasure center of the brain that produces the chemical dopamine and the brain's biological clock that regulates daily physiological rhythms are linked.  High-calorie foods which bring pleasure disrupt normal feeding schedules resulting in overconsumption.  Obesity causes disease.   A related study found that limiting eating to a 10-hour window per day may help prevent chronic diseases associated with metabolic syndrome.  Metabolic syndrome is closely linked to overweight or obesity and inactivity.   Time-restricted eating involves consuming all calories within a limited period each day, in this case, within 10 hours. Earlier studies show the practice supports circadian rhythms, which are the 24-hour cycles of biological actions that affect most of...

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