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Phenoliv Organic - High Phenolic EVOO 200 ml (6.76 Fl.Oz)
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Phenoliv Organic - High Phenolic EVOO 200 ml (6.76 Fl.Oz)

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Phenoliv Organic - High Phenolic EVOO 200 ml (6.76 Fl.Oz)

Type: Early Harverst, Organic, Most Awarded, High Phenolic, Health Claim

Origin: Arcadia, in Peloponnese, Greece

Variety: 100% Olympia (Choraitiki)

Harvest: 2023/24

Method: Handpicked

Producer: The Greek Olive Estate


Fruity Bitter Spicy 



Product Description

Introducing PhenOLIV EVOO - a testament to excellence in olive oil production.

This multi-award-winning, 100% Natural, High-Phenolic Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is meticulously crafted from the trees on the Estate nestled in the stunning mountainous Arcadia Region of Greece.

Purposefully designed for health-conscious consumers, PhenOLIV EVOO maximizes the concentration of Polyphenols, offering unparalleled health benefits while minimizing oil consumption.

Through years of dedication and refinement, the producer has elevated practices to yield olive oil with among the highest levels of Polyphenols and Squalene globally.

Collaborating closely with esteemed researchers, analysts, and universities, this olive oil is pivotal in trials exploring Autism, Cancer, and various other ailments. Experience the pinnacle of health and flavor with PhenOLIV EVOO - a testament to nature's goodness and scientific innovation.

 Health Claims

Some of the health benefits associated with olive oil go back to Ancient Greece with over 300 'medicinal' uses for olive oil identified by Hippocrates, the 'father' of modern medicine. These ranged from skin conditions to digestive problems amongst others.

Up until the 1990s research around olive oil focused on the high monounsaturated fat content of olive oil and identified Extra Virgin Olive Oil as the healthiest type of fat for human consumption in comparison to others.

Based on this research, in 2004 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the following health claim for Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Evidence suggests that eating about 2 tablespoons (23 grams) of olive oil daily may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease due to the monounsaturated fat in olive oil. 

U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA)

In the early 2000's researchers identified polyphenols in olive oil and understood the benefits associated with Extra Virgin Olive Oil were primarily linked to the Polyphenols. This led to further research and clinical trials around the anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits associated with the Mediterranean Diet and Olive Oil Polyphenols. In 2012 the European Union approved a health claim for Olive Oil Polyphenols in Extra Virgin Olive Oil with a total Polyphenol content of over 250 mg/Kg.

The consumption of Olive Oil Polyphenols contributes to the protection of blood lipids from oxidative stress.

European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

As more research is completed, clinical trials are concluded and new research comes to light we see that phenols like Oleocanthal, Ligstroside Aglycone, Oleacein and others that are only available in Extra Virgin Olive Oil have tremendous health and antioxidant properties linked to neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's, Autism and Multiple Sclerosis and even malignant Cancer tumors. Not all olive oils contain polyphenols and offer the health benefits associated with them. Not even all Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

In 2021 the World Olive Center for health - a non-profit organization that measure the phenolic content in olive oil and organizes seminars for olive oil researchers from around the world to come together - identified that only 5% of olive oils contain over 1200 mg/Kg Total Polyphenols and proposed that only olive oils with a phenolic content of over 500 mg/kg should be identified as high-phenolic.

We provide our olive oil to researchers from the University of Athens and other organizations every year to help complete research around the health benefits and olive oil polyphenols.


Intended Use

For daily consumption of a spoon of high-phenolic olive oi

Other Information

Weight: 0.84 kg

Net weight: 200 ml

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