The Olive Wellness Institute is a science repository on the nutrition,
health and wellness benefits of olives and olive products, which is
all subject to extensive peer review.

The Olive Wellness Institute is strictly committed to delivering evidence-based information that is based on the highest standards of research.

Our Olive Science resource contains a wealth of information relating to the health benefits of all aspects of the olive tree.

You can either choose to search our literature database, or review the individual pages, which all contain credible, evidence-based information, that is fully referenced for your benefit.

There is a wealth of high quality research available with relation to the health benefits of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, the Mediterranean Diet and other aspects of the olive fruit and tree. (Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the principal culinary fat in the Mediterranean Diet).

Below, we have compiled some research articles on olive health and wellness, so you can easily find the information you may require for a paper, assessment, presentation or report.

The Olive Wellness Institute Olive Science Database contains articles which present a high quality of evidence. The Olive Wellness Institute is guided by an Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) approach, and values well-designed and well-conducted research. This allows individual health practitioners and professionals to use the best evidence when making decisions about the care of individual patients.*

* Masic I, Miokovic M, Muhamedagic B. Evidence Based Medicine – New Approaches and Challenges.Acta Inform Med. 2008;16(4):219–25.

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The impact of the Mediterranean diet on alleviating depressive symptoms in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

The impact of the Mediterranean diet on alleviating depressive symptoms in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Embracing a healthy start – ditch fad diets for the Mediterranean diet this year!

Embracing a healthy start – ditch fad diets for the Mediterranean diet this year!

Olive Oil Polyphenols Improve HDL Cholesterol and Promote Maintenance of Lipid Metabolism: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Olive Oil Polyphenols Improve HDL Cholesterol and Promote Maintenance of Lipid Metabolism: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Olive oil consumption, plasma metabolites, and risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease

Olive oil consumption, plasma metabolites, and risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease

The top 5 benefits of table olives

The top 5 benefits of table olives

Clinical trial: A Mediterranean diet is feasible and improves gastrointestinal and psychological symptoms in irritable bowel syndrome

Clinical trial: A Mediterranean diet is feasible and improves gastrointestinal and psychological symptoms in irritable bowel syndrome

Mediterranean diet trajectories and 20-year incidence of cardiovascular disease: The ATTICA cohort study (2002-2022)

Mediterranean diet trajectories and 20-year incidence of cardiovascular disease: The ATTICA cohort study (2002-2022)

Unlocking the potential: the Mediterranean diet and extra virgin olive oil in type 2 diabetes

Unlocking the potential: the Mediterranean diet and extra virgin olive oil in type 2 diabetes

Mediterranean Diet and Oxidative Stress: A Relationship with Pain Perception in Endometriosis

Mediterranean Diet and Oxidative Stress: A Relationship with Pain Perception in Endometriosis

The Mediterranean diet and extra virgin olive oil for women’s health

The Mediterranean diet and extra virgin olive oil for women’s health

Storage and shelf life of extra virgin olive oil

Storage and shelf life of extra virgin olive oil

Is There More to Olive Oil than Healthy Lipids?

Is There More to Olive Oil than Healthy Lipids?

The Metabolic and Analytical Changes of Healthy Volunteers upon Intake of Portuguese Extra Virgin Olive Oil: A Comparison Study between Pre- and Post-Intervention

The Metabolic and Analytical Changes of Healthy Volunteers upon Intake of Portuguese Extra Virgin Olive Oil: A Comparison Study between Pre- and Post-Intervention

Can you cook with extra virgin olive oil?

Can you cook with extra virgin olive oil?

Rich oleocanthal and oleacein extra virgin olive oil and inflammatory and antioxidant status in people with obesity and prediabetes. The APRIL study: A randomised, controlled crossover study

Rich oleocanthal and oleacein extra virgin olive oil and inflammatory and antioxidant status in people with obesity and prediabetes. The APRIL study: A randomised, controlled crossover study

Extra virgin olive oil vs canola oil – which is healthier?

Extra virgin olive oil vs canola oil – which is healthier?

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