Olives are healthy food with significant organoleptic properties. Olives —as part of the well-known Mediterranean diet— are rich in carbohydrates, fibre and vitamins. They are digestive, low in saturated fats and appetising.
Serving: 7 olives weigh an average of 25 grams*
For all these reasons, in addition to contributing to a balanced diet, the olives have a multitude of proprieties. The knowledge of these properties has been passed from generation to generation as traditional remedies. For example, olives, when eaten raw, can act as a laxative and olive tree leaves lower blood pressure and help with hepatic and digestive problems.
*If they are not of the Sevillian Gordal variety.