By Ivana Kadija www.yourishment.com
Almost everyone agrees that olive oil is a good-for-you fat. It’s the only oil that both omnivores and plant eaters seem to agree on. You can hardly open a “healthy” recipe that doesn’t call for extra virgin olive oil. And we American’s are dutifully buying it, to the tune of $1 billion in this year alone. We’ve embraced this ethnic oil largely due to the heart health claims approved by the FDA in 2004 and touted on products containing olive oil. But are we getting our money’s worth?
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