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.

General Resources

Are you looking for credible information about olive oil, olive leaf or olive health and wellness products?

Here, the Olive Wellness Institute has compiled a set of general dedicated resources.

These resources are also very useful for healthcare professionals to share with patients.

After hard copies of these resources?

Please email us your request at info@creativef16.sg-host.com

Archive resources top section image
Resources
Cooking with EVOO – chef resource

Cooking with EVOO – chef resource

Many people think you can’t cook with extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) – however this is not true. In fact, it is one of the safest and healthiest oils to cook with.  This resource takes you through a study conducted by a laboratory, where common cooking oils were heated and various end points were measured […]

View resources
Immune Health E-Book

Immune Health E-Book

Discover the immune health benefits of ancient olive tree products in this e-book, including two delicious and easy immune health recipes from Nutritionist Jessica Cox. View the E-Book here.

View resources
Gut Health E-Book

Gut Health E-Book

Discover the gut health benefits of the ancient olive tree, including two delicious and easy recipes from Nutritionist Jessica Cox.   View the E-Book here.

View resources
Heart Health E-Book

Heart Health E-Book

Discover the heart health benefits from the ancient olive tree, including a delicious roasted cauliflower with tahini dressing recipe inside from Nutritionist Jessica Cox. View the E-Book here.

View resources

Sustainability of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Learn more about the environmental impacts of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and olive products, and why the Mediterranean diet is considered a highly sustainable dietary pattern.

View resources

Cooking vegetables with Extra Virgin Olive Oil – with Joel Feren

Join Dietitian Joel Feren (aka The Nutrition Guy) to learn more about cooking vegetables with Extra Virgin Olive Oil in this video from the Olive Wellness Institute, in partnership with Nutrition Australia.

View resources

Differences Between Olive Oil & Extra Virgin Olive Oil – with Joel Feren

Join Dietitian Joel Feren (aka The Nutrition Guy) as he explains the differences between olive oil, and extra virgin olive oil in this video from the Olive Wellness Institute, in partnership with Nutrition Australia.

View resources

The Taste Profile of Extra Virgin Olive Oil – with Steph Geddes

Join Steph Geddes, a Registered Nutritionist, as she discusses the taste profile of extra virgin olive oil in this video from the Olive Wellness Institute, in partnership with Nutrition Australia.

View resources

Safety of Cooking With Olive Oil – with Steph Geddes

Join Steph Geddes, Registered Nutritionist, to learn more about the safety of cooking with Extra Virgin Olive Oil in this video from the Olive Wellness Institute, in partnership with Nutrition Australia.

View resources
Busting The Myth That Cooking In Olive Oil Will Ruin Your Pans

Busting The Myth That Cooking In Olive Oil Will Ruin Your Pans

There is a common myth in Australia that cooking with Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) can ruin cookware, such as non-stick pans (e.g. Teflon pans). This belief is specifically supported by some manufacturers’ specifications that oils with higher smoke points are more suitable for cooking with Teflon coated (TC) pans and that EVOO could be […]

View resources
How to look for a Good Quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil

How to look for a Good Quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Not all Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) is of high quality. To ensure you are buying authentic EVOO that is of a high quality follow the principles detailed in this guidance form below How to look for a good quality EVOO Download

View resources
Health Implications of Rancid Fats and Oils

Health Implications of Rancid Fats and Oils

All food will deteriorate over time. For example, fresh fruits and vegetables can ferment, and fats and oils will go rancid. There are concerns that consuming rancid fats and oils is damaging to health. Whilst more research is needed to establish impact of long-term consumption of rancid fats and oils, this report discusses some of […]

View resources
Navigation