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Nutritional Facts


Why is Quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil Important 

Most olive oil that you find in the store is factory-produced and looks clear since they have been refined. These olive oils are priced much less expensive than producers can produce 100% pure Extra Virgin Olive Oil for. Since there is a well-known demand for olive oil, supermarkets sell poor quality olive oils as lost leader items. The consumers are forgetting when they are buying cheap olive oil they are only cheating themselves from the long list of health  benefits they may not be getting. These oils are most likely comprised of; second pressing, old oil, mixed from various farms, region(s), countries, may not be extra virgin and have a high acidity, may  be cut with pomace oil, or other fillers, the list goes on…


Photo above is the remains after pressing olive oil. The mills sell this waste from small producers and it is used to make economic olive oil. (second pressing) 

In order to obtain the well-known benefits of olive oil you need to consume fresh real Extra Virgin Olive Oil like Louianna which is Certified Organic and Certified PDO. High quality olive oil contains; antioxidants known as  polyphenols, and oleocanthal, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, high vitamin contents and high peroxide levels.

Understanding Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) and your Nutrition  

In general, EVOO is characterized by perfect flavor and odor, maximum acidity (oleic acid) of 1g/100g of 1% with maximum peroxide value mcq 012/kg of 20.

EVOO is to be obtained from pressed fresh whole olives. It is high  quality Olive oil which is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids that are a healthy dietary fat in comparison to saturated and trans fats (1-2). In addition, quality olive oil has powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties (3).


Photo above is First Pressing 100% pure EVOO 


EVOO has been consumed and applied directly to the skin for centuries. EVOO is rich in monounsaturated fats and has anti-inflammatory properties. Due to this, olive oil is used to prevent and treat cardiovascular diseases, cancers, and arthritis (1,2,4,5). In addition, the use of olive oil as the main source of fat has been shown to reduce the occurrence of diabetes (6) and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and depression (7,8). The powerful antioxidant properties of olive oil are beneficial to fight free radicals to prevent cellular damage (3). The high linoleic acid content in olive oil makes it an efficient moisturizer for skin and treatment for skin inflammation (9).

Olive oil has been used to treat and prevent a range of conditions:

  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Stroke
  • High cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Arthritis
  • Constipation
  • Weight loss
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Increase elasticity of skin
  • Moisturizing skin
  • Skin blemishes
  • Skin inflammation
  • Dry scalp
  • Split hair ends

Labofine (Laval, Quebec) carried out the product analysis in June 2015.

Name  Results 
Alpha-Lipoic Acid  1 mg/100mg
Dimethylaminoethanol  40 mcg/100g
Polyphenols  220 mg/kg
Phytosterols  221 mg/100g
Polyenylphotidlycholine  0.3 mg/100g
Vitamin E  14.8 mg/100g
Vitamin K  60.1 mcg/100g
Vitamin A  0 mg/100g
Vitamin C  0 mg/100g
Vitamin D  0 mg/100g

Benefits by ingredients 

Alpha-Lipoic Acid 

Alpha-lipoic acid is an antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals and prevents cellular damage. It also functions to restore the levels of vitamin C and E. Alpha-lipoic acid is used for the treatment of diabetes, chronic fatigue, HIV, cancer, neurodegeneration, Lyme disease, and glaucoma (10).


Dimethylaminoethanol is an organic compound with anti-ageing benefits. Dimethylaminoethanol helps to firm and tighten the skin, which can give skin a more defined and youthful appearance.


Polyphenols are natural phytochemical compounds with beneficial antioxidant effects. The most common phenol found in olive oil is oleocanthal that helps to lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease (7), and control metastatic breast and prostate cancers (11). Furthermore, oleocanthal has strong anti-inflammatory activity that is similar to ibuprofen (12).


Phytosterols are plant sterols that are similar to cholesterol. A diet rich in phytosterols reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, since it reduces the absorption of cholesterol.

Vitamin E 

Vitamin E has a high content of antioxidants and is beneficial in treating and preventing heart disease, diabetes, cancer, respiratory infections, chronic fatigue, memory loss, and premenstrual discomfort. In addition, vitamin E is very powerful in improving the condition of your skin by lightening stretch marks, boosting collagen production, and preventing wrinkles.

Vitamin K 

Vitamin K plays a major role in blood clotting and is used to prevent blood thinning. It can also be applied to the skin to remove scars, stretch marks, and spider veins.

In compliance with the organic certification, Louianna is tested annually by BIO-ALMENTA. Year over year crop results vary slightly but fall between an acidity level .23% and .35%, and peroxides mcq 02/kg 6.9 which clearly reveals superior quality.

Nutritional Values Per Serving (Highlights)

(See detailed ITS Caleb Brett Analysis Report – Bottom)

Serving Size, 15 ML

Calories 135
Fat, gms 14
– Saturated Fat 2
Calcium 0.3
A, IU 70
D, IU 30
E, IU 510
K, mcg 35
Polyphenolics, mg 0.75


Health Benefits of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

The health benefits of olive oil are extensive with new positive attributes discovered on an ongoing basis. Exhaustive studies have been conducted over the years linking the health benefits of olive oil to various diseases and disorders.

Health Benefits of Olive Oil for a wealth of information on the subject.


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2. Fitó, M., de la Torre, R., Farré-Albaladejo, M., Khymenetz, O., Marrugat, J., and Covas, M.I. Bioavailability and antioxidant effects of olive oil phenolic compounds in humans: a review. Ann Ist Super Sanita. 2007;43(4):375-81.

3. Sotiroudis, T.G., and Kyrtopoulos, S.A. Anticarcinogenic compounds of olive oil and related biomarkers. Eur J Nutr. 2008 May;47 Suppl 2:69-72.

4. Bitler CM, Matt K, Irving M, et al. Olive extract supplement decreases pain and improves daily activities in adults with osteoarthritis and decreases plasma homocysteine in those with rheumatoid arthritis. Nutri Res 2007;27:470-7.

5. Salas-Salvadó, J., Bulló, M., Babio, N., Martínez-González, M.Á., Ibarrola-Jurado, N., Basora, J., Estruch, R., Covas, M.I., Corella, D., Arós, F., Ruiz-Gutiérrez, V., Ros, E.; and PREDIMED Study Investigators. Reduction in the incidence of type 2 diabetes with the Mediterranean diet: results of the PREDIMED-Reus nutrition intervention randomized trial. Diabetes Care. 2011 Jan;34(1):14-9.

6. Abuznait, A.H., Qosa, H., Busnena, B.A., El Sayed, K.A., and Kaddoumi, A. Olive-oil-derived oleocanthal enhances β-amyloid clearance as a potential neuroprotective mechanism against Alzheimer’s disease: in vitro and in vivo studies. ACS Chem Neurosci. 2013 Jun 19;4(6):973-82.

7. Sánchez-Villegas, A, Verberne, L., De Irala, J., Ruíz-Canela, M., Toledo, E., Serra-Majem, L., and Martínez-González, M.A. Dietary fat intake and the risk of depression: the SUN Project. PLoS One. 2011 Jan 26;6(1):e16268.

8. Al Waili, N. S. Topical application of natural honey, beeswax and olive oil mixture for atopic dermatitis or psoriasis: partially controlled, single-blinded study. Complement Ther.Med. 2003;11(4):226-234.

9. Packer, L., Witt, E.H., and Tritschler, H.J. alpha-Lipoic acid as a biological antioxidant. Free Radic Biol Med. 1995 Aug;19(2):227-50.

10. Elnagar, A.Y., Sylvester, P.W., and El Sayed, K.A. (-)-Oleocanthal as a c-Met inhibitor for the control of metastatic breast and prostate cancers. Planta Med. 2011 Jul;77(10):1013-9.

11. Beauchamp, G.K., Keast, R.S., Morel, D., Lin, J., Pika, J., Han, Q., Lee, C.H., Smith, A.B., and Breslin, P.A. Phytochemistry: ibuprofen-like activity in extra-virgin olive oil. Nature. 2005 Sep ;437(7055):45-6.