Green Olives Stuffed with Lemon
- Type : Olive
- Product Type : Tropical & Sub-Tropical Fruit
- Style : Fresh
- Net Weight: 355g
- Net Drained Weight: 190g
- Variety : Picholine
- Color : Green
- Cultivation Type : Common
- Packing: Round Glass Jar
- Harvesting Method : Hand Harvested , Piece by piece
- Weight (g) : 370g
- Maturity : 100%
Lemons are rich in vitamin C, which is much more than the daily consumable value. They are also packed with flavonoids, iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, vitamin B6, copper, and folates. Modestly, it can be assured that they work as anti-toxic and anti-infectious substances.
How lemon contribute to a healthy diet ?
- Lemon helps in breaking down free radicals ,which, when more in number can cause serious damage to blood vessels and cause cholesterol formation
- It helps in iron absorption due to its high content of vitamin C.
- It relieves problems related to indigestion and constipation.
- It is used in hair care
- It can treat dandruff, hair loss, and provide additional shine to the hair.
- It is also good for throat infections, due to its functions as an antibiotic.
All our Table Olives are hand picked, which is friendly for both the Olive Tree and the Olive itself.
Most of our transforming process is made by hand, following the multi millenium culture of harvesting and preparing Table Olives.
The season for fresh olives is from September through January.
These green olives originated in Tunisia, they posses a mild flavor on their own, so use them in a dish that perks up their flavor.
Here are 4 great reasons to snack on olives regularly:
Dietary antioxidants have been shown to reduce your risk of chronic illnesses, such as heart disease and cancer.
Olives are rich in antioxidants, with health benefits ranging from fighting inflammation to reducing microorganism growth.
2.Improved heart health
High blood cholesterol and blood pressure are both risk factors for heart disease.
Oleic acid, the main fatty acid in olives, is associated with improved heart health.
It may regulate cholesterol levels and protect LDL (bad) cholesterol from oxidation.
3.Improved bone health
Osteoporosis is characterized by decreased bone mass and bone quality. It can increase your risk of fractures.
The rates of osteoporosis are lower in Mediterranean countries than in the rest of Europe, leading to speculation that olives might protect against this condition.
Some of the plant compounds found in olives and olive oil have been shown to help prevent bone loss in animal studies.
Olives and olive oil are commonly consumed in the Mediterranean region, where rates of cancer and other chronic diseases are lower than in other Western countries.
Thus, it’s possible that olives may help reduce your risk of cancer.
Serving Size: About 2 pieces = (15ml / 14g / 0.5oz)
RI= Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
|Typical Values as Drained||Per 14g serving||% Based on RI for Average Adult|
|Jar Capacity||370g (13.05 ounce)|
|Jar / Carton||12|
|Jar / 20′||21120|
|Jar / 40′||42240|