Olive Leaf: The Next Curcumin?

April 20, 2020

Written by

Lucas Aoun

Founder @ Ergogenic Health

👉🏽Olive Leaf Extract (OLE).⁣⁣

Let’s explore some of the lesser known scientific benefits of Olive Leaf Extract. ⁣⁣
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⚡️BOOSTS THYROID FUNCTION:⁣⁣
Oleuropein present in OLE has the ability to improve thyroid hormone activity and also protects against PLASTIC/BPA induced negative effects on Thyroid function (Mahmoudi et al., 2018).⁣⁣
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✅INCREASES DOPAMINE AND NORADRENALINE:⁣⁣

Olive leaf possesses some stimulating properties to the brain, and pairs very well with coffee + L-Tyrosine, since it can act as a mild MAO-B inhibitor (Figueiredo-González et al., 2018). Perfect for motivation, alertness and drive! ⁣⁣
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🅰️🅱️🅾️🆎SUPPORTS BLOOD FLOW/NITRIC OXIDE:⁣⁣
There is strong evidence for OLE to modulate blood pressure levels, flow mediated dilation of the endothelium and nitric oxide levels (Somerville et al., 2019).⁣⁣
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💎SUPPORTS GUT HEALTH:⁣⁣
Oleuropein, is a powerful anti-fungal that prevents candida overgrowth (Zorić et al., 2016). It may also modulate lactobacillus and bifidobacterium strains. ⁣⁣
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💥TAKEAWAY:⁣⁣
Whilst Olive oil is similar in health benefits, there appears to be distinct favourable effects when using OLE. Could OLE be the new Curcumin, for general health enhancement? ⁣⁣

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