Did you know that Kalamata olives are named after the Greek city of Kalamata, where they were first cultivated? Kalamata olives are a dark-purple, oval olive that is larger than regular black olives. They are an excellent source of iron, calcium, copper, and vitamins A and E. Here are some amazing health benefits that Kalamata Olives are said to possess:
May protect against heart disease
May reduce inflammation
May protect nerve cells from damage.
May have antimicrobial and antiviral properties
They are delicious, you can simply mix them with diced tomatoes and cucumber for a Mediterranean-style salad. Or add them as a topping on pizza, salad, or pasta.
Pitted olives are olives that have had their pit or stone removed. They are grown extensively in the Mediterranean, tropical and central Asia, and parts of Africa. Green olives are distinct with a sharp, salty flavour. They have a low carbohydrate content but a high healthy fat content. They are often used in savoury and delectable side dishes or appetizers. Here are some amazing health benefits that Green Olives are said to possess:
They are rich in vitamin E, iron, copper, and calcium.
May reduce the Risk of Heart Disease
May reduce chronic inflammation
May aid in the prevention of bone loss
May protect nerve cells from damage
May have Antimicrobial and antiviral properties
They are delicious, you can simply mix them with diced tomatoes, and cucumber for a Mediterranean-style salad. Or add them as a topping on pizza, salad, or pasta.
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