Properties of nutraceutical Oil
- rich in monounsaturated fatty acids (oleic acid) it increases the fluidity of the blood and reduces bad cholesterol in favor of the good one;
- rich in squalene, a substance that abounds in olive oil (even more in the shark’s liver, hence the name) would be effective in fighting skin cancers.
- It provides fat-soluble vitamins: vitamin A necessary for cell differentiation, vitamin D which together with vitamin K ensures the formation of the bone matrix, vitamin E which is a powerful antioxidant and has a protective activity against neoplastic diseases;
- recommended during pregnancy because it stimulates bone mineralization and prevents the fetus from bleeding;
- rich in Oleuropein, a substance with high antioxidant functions able to protect the arteries, lowers blood pressure and reduces the atherosclerotic process;
- rich in oleocantal, its peculiarity lies in the fact that despite having a different chemical formula, it has the same anti-inflammatory functionality as ibuprofen, a powerful anti-inflammatory drug;
- it contains many omega 3 and 6, unsaturated fats that are very precious for the well-being of the body. In fact, several studies have shown that for children, they are also very important for the development of nervous tissue;
- particularly suitable for infant nutrition due to its acidic composition which makes it very similar to the composition of breast milk fat;
- indicated both for easy digestibility as it stimulates gastric secretions predisposing the body to better digestion, and for better absorption of fat-soluble vitamins and consequently, better absorption of calcium;
- protects the mucous membranes of the stomach;
- against wrinkles, in fact, taking it after hours, it has a regenerating effect on the skin;
- indispensable for the prevention of degenerative diseases;
- a source of energy, for growth;
- modest preventive action on the onset of thrombosis.