Here’s a task for you: Go to your pantry and pull out a bottle of olive oil. Do you see any “harvested” or “pressed on” dates on it? We’re not talking about “best by” dates. No, does your olive oil tell you when the olives were pressed?
If you got your olive oil at any kind of grocer, it probably doesn’t. It might tell you when the oil might go rancid, but otherwise, bottles of olive oil can sit on shelves for months or even years before anyone consumes them.
This is unfortunate, as olive oil offers its peak nutrition and flavor within a six month window, so says T.J. Robinson, also known as the Olive Oil Hunter. Robinson founded The Fresh Pressed Olive Oil Club to show the true flavor and health powerhouse that olive oil can be.
Olive oil from The Fresh Pressed Olive Oil Club is rushed by jet and express shipping to your table, so that you can enjoy its vibrant flavor profile at its peak. These oils are available nowhere else in America, and are independently lab-certified to be 100 percent extra virgin olive oil. They even come with pressing reports, so that you’re confident in the fresh-pressed olive oil you’re consuming.
U.S. members of the Hormones Balance Community can receive a FREE bottle of fresh, artisanal olive oil ($39 retail value). Just pay $1 in shipping. There’s no commitment or obligation, so you can decide whether this club is really for you.
Taste the difference with fresh-pressed olive oil and discover for yourself how delicious EVOO tastes fresh from the tree. It might just be the first time you’ve ever tasted olive oil this good.
Think about it: You wouldn’t eat fruit that’s been sitting on shelves for months, or eat grass-fed steak that’s sat in the fridge for the same. Olive oil is no different. Olives are a fruit, after all.
Olive oil is rife with well-established health benefits, which is why it’s a mainstay of so many people’s diets.
One of the most widely touted benefits of olive oil is that it’s a potent anti-inflammatory oil. In fact, olive oil is so powerful, it can help make nutrients in vegetables more bioavailable. So says a study from the University of Barcelona, which found olive oil to increase the intake of bioactive compounds in sofrito — a combination of tomato, garlic, and onions.
While the anti-inflammatory effects of olive oil may help prevent many types of chronic disease, it’s also been shown to help prevent cardiovascular disease in particular. In addition to lowering inflammation, olive oil is packed with antioxidants that prevent oxidation of bad cholesterol, and may even prevent blood clots.
Many of these health benefits rely on consuming good quality olive oil, so opt in to The Fresh Pressed Olive Oil Club while you can.
University of Barcelona. “Vegetables’ Health Benefits Increase When Cooked with Extra Virgin Olive Oil.” Medical Xpress – Medical Research Advances and Health News, Medical Xpress, 13 June 2019.
American Heart Association. “Eating Olive Oil Once a Week May Be Associated with Making Blood Less Likely to Clot in Obese People.” Medical Xpress – Medical Research Advances and Health News, Medical Xpress, 7 Mar. 2019.
María-Isabel Covas et al. “Olive Oil and the Cardiovascular System.” Pharmacological Research, Academic Press, 30 Jan. 2007.