What Is Olive Oil And Who Uses It Most?
Olive oil comes from the fruit of olive trees (Olea europaea) and whole olives are pressed to produce the oil.
Olive oil is used in cosmetics, medicine, cooking and soaps, and Greece has the highest olive oil intake per person in the world.
Greeks consume, on average, 24 liters per-person-per-year and the Spanish and the Italians consume between 13 and 15 liters-per-person-per year.
The Health Benefits Of Olive Oil Are Proven!
So please ignore the few doctors and others that are saying the opposite, because they are simply trying to attract attention.