Fasting olive oil

Drinking olive oil on an empty stomach is very beneficial. Our ancestors also used olive oil as a restorative, anti-inflammatory, healing agent. Its components have an antioxidant effect, which helps to eliminate toxins from the brain, thereby preventing Alzheimer's disease and other mental disorders. In addition to the fact that the components of olive oil protect brain cells from aging, they also regenerate new ones even in old age and after strokes.

And if you have a healthy brain, olive oil on an empty stomach will help you to think clearly, strengthen your memory and the overall performance of the brain.

Thanks to the special fatty acids contained in the oil, there is a regulation of blood cholesterol and strengthening of the walls of blood vessels. Since olive oil helps bone growth, it is very beneficial for children.

Still fatty acids in oil are similar in composition to fats in human milk. Scientists from Britain have found that olive oil reduces the risk of breast cancer. Olive oil also prevents stretch marks (striae) on the body, which can appear during pregnancy or rapid weight gain. It is enough to rub it in the most problematic places in the morning and in the evening after a shower - and you will get good velvety skin.

Also, doctors recommend people who suffer from gastrointestinal diseases to take olive oil on an empty stomach, since it improves the functioning of the intestines, stomach, liver, pancreas, and helps with the healing of duodenal ulcers and stomach. Olive oil will also help with constipation, it is also used to treat hemorrhoids, helps with the removal of stones from the gallbladder.

The beneficial fatty acids found in olive oil contribute to the normalization of the gonads in women and favorably contribute to conception.

Also, olive oil has healing properties, helps with the healing of cuts, wounds, ulcers.

For life, the human liver is clogged with slag, that is, harmful substances. Olive oil is the softest and most gentle of all known. In order for the liver to function correctly, it is necessary to take olive oil on an empty stomach in the morning for 1 spoon a day. You can also fill them with salads and various dishes. This cleaning method is especially recommended by homeopaths around the world.

Another oil is also used in folk medicine. For constipation, you should drink olive oil on an empty stomach in 1 tablespoon, washed down with slightly warm water.

In combination with Ledum, it also helps with a cold. In case of heart disease, it should be taken in combination with garlic. For children with whooping cough, olive oil is also very useful if you mix it with honey in equal proportions. Also in folk medicine there are recipes using olive oil in the treatment of rheumatism, earaches, male infertility. In olive there are vitamins A, D, E, thanks to which oil rejuvenates the whole body, strengthens hair and nails, improves skin condition. It is hypoallergenic and therefore approved for allergy sufferers.

It is recommended to drink olive oil on an empty stomach for half an hour before eating 1 tsp. morning and evening, or 1 tablespoon in the morning.

As you can see, the use of this miracle oil is very wide, but not everyone can drink olive oil on an empty stomach. Contraindications regarding its administration are people with food poisoning, intestinal infection and indigestion, as it has a laxative effect, which can lead to an exacerbation of the disease. It must be remembered that olive oil also has a choleretic effect, so if there are stones in the gallbladder, it is better to refrain from it. This also applies to people with a diseased liver, as it gives a large load on it. You also need to be careful with individual intolerance.

But, nevertheless, the benefits in olive and its oil are much greater than harm. It is also worth noting that olive oil is much healthier than sunflower oil, which contains a large amount of cholesterol, but which is much more widely used by citizens of our region. So drink, nevertheless, olive oil, do not save on health!


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