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So what are the benefits of the humble olive, well olives are a good source of  vitamin E  and contain natural antioxidants, the only drawback is they do contain a high amount of salt.
Some time back it was thought that the olive was  high-calorie food due to the oil that they contain. But both black and green olives actually contain very few calories and an average serving of ten olives only contains around 30 to 40 calories.

As I mentioned earlier olives do have the benefits of vitamin E, you have to eat a large amount to give your diet a good supply of vitamin E. Olives also provide you with natural antioxidants.
The oil that is derived from the olives is quite high monounsaturated fatty acids, unlike saturated fats do not affect your bloods cholesterol levels and may even help to cause them somewhat.

Do Olives and Olive Oil Have the Same Benefits?

Both olives and olive oil are promoted as healthy foods primarily because they are high in monounsaturated fats.  Cultures whose diets are rich in this type of fat tend to have lower rates of heart disease, cancer, and obesity—even when their total fat consumption is on the high side.  In fact, some researchers theorize that monounsaturated fats might be slightly less “fattening” than other types of fat because the body metabolizes and stores them differently.  Monounsaturated fats also seem to be less likely to contribute to clogged arteries and heart disease.

The Differences Between Olives and Olive Oil

Here’s one big difference between olives and olive oil: Oil is virtually 100% fat, while whole olives are only about 20% fat.  As a result, a serving of olive oil (1 tablespoon) contains 120 calories while a serving of olives (about 10 medium) has only 40.
There are a few other distinctions:
Olives, which have to be cured or pickled in order to be edible, usually contain a lot of sodium while olive oil is virtually sodium free.
The curing process removes a lot of the polyphenols in olives whereas these are largely preserved in extra virgin olive oil. (Polyphenols are phytonutrients thought to protect against disease.)
Whole olives provide some fiber; olive oil does not.
Some olives are processed with natural fermentation, meaning that they would be a source of beneficial bacteria; olive oil is not.
As you can see, olives and olive oil each have pros and cons. But it’s a little silly to try to compare them because they’re really not interchangeable. You’re not going to sauté your spinach in a handful of olives and you’re probably not going to have a tablespoon of olive oil as a snack. Suffice it to say that olive oil is one of the healthiest oils you can choose and olives make nutritious snacks and condiments.

Yes, Olive is a fruit, extremely valuablepicked from “tree of life”, as called the tree for centuries. And a tablespoon of olive provide you an important part of daily vitamins and minerals necessary for optimal functioning of your body.

Potassium: 1mg
Calcium: 7mg
Sodium: 73mg
Iron: 0.28mg
Selenium: 0.1mcg
Copper: 0.021mg
Zinc: 0.02mg

Vitamin A: 34UI
Vitamin B3: 0.003mg
Vitamin C: 0.1mg
Vitamin E: 0.14mg
Vitamin K: 0.1mcg



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