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High-Polyphenol Low PUFA Organic Olive Oil

Original price was: $39.99.Current price is: $27.99.

Despite its high linoleic acid (PUFA) content, experts consider Extra Virgin Olive Oil one of the healthiest fats. Here’s an insider secret… Some olive oils are actually quite low in the unhealthy linoleic acid (similar to butter, ghee, coconut oil, etc). Clean extra virgin olive oils contain powerful bioactive compounds without the drawbacks. Such as antioxidants, like vitamin E, that help protect cells from damage. And another substance called hydroxytyrosol, which helps increase your vitamin C levels [R].

The sad truth, however, is that the vast majority of olive oil products get cut with toxic seed oils and lack the beneficial compounds (polyphenols) that make them so healthy. Your average grocery-store EVOO likely does more harm than good. If it tastes mild or neutral, it’s not therapeutic. Real EVOO has a pungent taste that almost makes you cough.

Paleovalley does things right using hand-picked, single-origin olive oil, cold-pressed mere hours after harvest. They ensure you get the highest polyphenol content and that their final product is free from harmful residues. The taste is a bit peppery—full of depth and nuance, making it great for salad dressings, drizzling, sauteing, and even as a delicious dip.

Nick’s Take: Paleovalley has always been one of my top sources for organic superfoods. Real, high-quality olive oil usually costs about $39 per bottle. Because of the high PUFA content in virtually all grocery store brands, I had stopped buying olive oil. Now, I enjoy all the benefits of organic, cold-pressed EVOO at a great price.

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