This is part of a series on how our food can help certain organs that resemble their same shape. I already shared with you how the following foods benefit these organs:
Figs – Male sperm production
And we go back to the females… and taking about how olives resemble the shape of our ovaries.
- The healthy fats, vitamins and minerals found in these tasty fruits of the olive tree have been shown to reduce your risk for ovarian cancer, according to research conducted in Milan, Italy in 2002. In this study, women who ate more olive oil had better protection against ovarian cancer, reducing their risk 30% from the average.
- Try to add more olive oil to your diet or just eat green and black olives straight from the market!
Enjoy olives and its delicious oil in any of these easy recipes: