Mapping Olive Oil with Magdalena Wszelaki #68
EVOO. We all love it! And extra virgin olive oil is touted for its many medicinal properties, from combating inflammation to supporting cardiovascular health. But does quality matter? Are all olive oils made equal? Our return guest Magdalena Wszelaki traveled to farms in Italy to determine the top criteria for getting the best benefits from this culinary favorite.
> Click here to download the completed Matrix from this week’s episode
> Magdalena outlines her top 7 criteria for picking the best EVOO here
> Head here if you’re interested in joining the Olive Oil club Magdalena mentioned
> The 2007 New Yorker article by Tom Mueller about Olive Oil’s “darker side”, can be found here
> Magdalena’s previous episode, mapping FLAX, can be found here!
Please note that Magdalena Wszelaki will receive a small commission if you sign up for the Olive Oil Hunter club via the link listed above. These small commissions support Magdalena and her important mission at Hormones Balance.
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