Daily intake of olive leaf extract (OLE) is effective in reducing joint discomfort and increasing mobility in older people with significant high knee pain, according to the results from a Swiss study, sponsored by Nestle.
The potential bone health benefits of the olive polyphenol, oleuropein, are related to its ability to stimulate cells responsible for bone formation, says a new study that explains the mode of action of the compound.
An olive leaf extract that has more potent antioxidant activity
than many green tea or grapeseed supplements is making sales of A$1
million (€639,400) per month in Australia and could soon reach