2. It Improves Your Cholesterol

When people cook, they tend to use butter in recipes, which increases your cholesterol levels rather than reducing them. This type of diet recommends that you switch your cooking oils for extra virgin olive oil, which has been found to be high in mono-saturated fatty acids which improves your HDL cholesterol while flushing out the bad LDL cholesterol from your arteries. Extra virgin olive oil can be used in many areas of cooking, such as salad dressings, over fish, chicken, meats, pasta, and more!

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