Consuming More Olive Oil Associated With Less Heart Disease In Americans from Natural Blaze Consuming more olive oil was associated with less risk of heart attack among Americans, especially when it replaced mayonnaise, margarine or butter, according to preliminary research presented today at the American Heart Association’s Epidemiology and Prevention | Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health Scientific Sessions 2020. The EPI Scientific Sessions is a premier global exchange of the latest advances in population based cardiovascular science for researchers and clinicians. After accounting for diet and lifestyle factors, researchers found that…READ MORE
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Do-It-Yourself Olive Oil Lamp
Do-It-Yourself Olive Oil Lamp by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog I made this olive oil lamp years ago. I thought I would show it again as yet another alternative for a minimal light source when the power goes out. Remember though, respect the flame! Can Olive Oil Burn? Yes. All oil will burn at their own unique flash point temperatures. Olive oil is a good choice for cooking because it has a high smoke point (~400 degrees-F), a high flash point (600 degrees-F), and a high auto-ignition temperature (815 degrees-F).…READ MORE
Olive oil vs. avocado oil: Both are green and healthy, but which one’s better for you?
Olive oil vs. avocado oil: Both are green and healthy, but which one’s better for you? by: Zoey Sky for Natural News Both avocados and olives are considered superfoods, but did you know that they are also used to make healthy cooking oils? Olive oil is a popular cooking oil. Fresh, cold-pressed oil obtained from ripe greenish-yellow olives is the purest cooking oil. Meanwhile, avocado oil is derived from the fruit itself, not the seeds. Avocados contain 30 percent fat, and its oil is extracted in the same way olive oil is. Nutrition facts One tablespoon…READ MORE