1: Lower blood pressure
Olive leaves can prevent and regulate blood pressure. Olive leaves may reduce elevated blood pressure by reducing cholesterol production, which also improves blood flow to the heart vessels.
2:strengthen the heart
Olive leaves can enhance your heart function and prevent atherosclerosis.
Arterial walls are important for maintaining normal blood flow and pressure. In atherosclerosis (or endothelial dysfunction), the plaque that builds up in the walls hardens the arteries, leading to obstruction of blood flow. This is a common cause of heart attack and stroke. Olive leaves help prevent and treat this disease in a number of ways:
1). Polyphenols in olive leaves increase nitric oxide production and relax blood vessels.
2). Antioxidants stop atherosclerosis at an early stage by fighting free radicals to reduce oxidation.
3). It inhibits fatty acid deposition on arterial walls by preventing inflammation.
Olive leaf can be a very good choice for a diabetic diet, it reduces blood sugar levels and limits the effects of increased sugar levels by reducing intestinal sugar absorption and increasing tissue uptake of glucose.
Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) may be a major cause of diabetes and other chronic diseases. Olive leaves are a natural source of AGE inhibitors, which protect tissues from AGE-related oxidative damage and prevent diabetes.
The polyphenols in olive leaves can improve insulin sensitivity, especially in people who are overweight, making the body more receptive to food and diabetes medications.
The polyphenol oleuropein prevents cancer cells from replicating, moving and spreading, and taking over other organs;
The same polyphenols also stop the growth of new blood cells and cancer cells, thereby inhibiting tumor growth.
In addition to preventing the growth of cancer cells and tumors, olive leaves can also aid in the management of the after-effects of chemotherapy. .
5:Prevent cognitive degenerative diseases
Olive leaves help fight aging in a number of ways. They treat and reduce the severity of age-related neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s.
Oleuropein protects neurons, and its destructive function causes most neurological diseases.
Tau isoforms are proteins in the neurons of the central nervous system that contribute to the formation of lesions in Alzheimer’s disease and similar diseases. Oleuropein is a natural inhibitor of Tau, thus preventing such neurodegenerative diseases.
Anti-inflammatory medications and foods can reduce the swelling and pain of arthritis. Oleuropein reduces chronic inflammation and heals damaged tissue. Alternatively, olive leaves are used in traditional medicine to treat gout.
7:strengthen the immune system
Olive leaves and their extracts show natural antifungal, antiviral and antimicrobial activity against viruses that cause infections such as influenza. Due to its antiviral properties, it has also been used to reverse changes caused by infection associated with the HIV-1 virus.
8:protect the skin
Prolonged exposure to the often unavoidable UV rays is a common cause of skin disease. OLEs have been used in skin care products as photoprotectants to treat skin damage caused by UV rays.
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