Sindyanna of Galilee Olive Oil - Fair Trade
Let's begin by talking about why olive oil is such an amazing substance for healthy living. Olive oil was beloved by the Greeks and Romans and studies have shown that these diets are very healthy for you. The reason is the monounsaturated fats in the olive oil. Olive oil is chock full in omega-6 oils and has omega-3 oils as well.
Olive oil has amazing benefits for your heart and can help with your cholesterol and LDL levels as well. It seems to literally help your arterial walls become stronger. Some studies find that it lowers your blood pressure and helps regulate your blood sugar levels.
Suffice it to say - the more ways you can get olive oil into your diet - by cooking with it and using it on your salads - the better!
So now that you know why olive oil is so wonderful for you, why should you go with the Sindyanna of Galilee Olive Oil? The reason is that it supports world peace in a very direct way.
Israel is a land of conflict, and in 1996 a group of women decided they wanted to work on a solution. They founded a non-profit organization, Sindyanna of Galilee, which would take Arabs and Jews and help them work together, get to know each other, and build a strong economic base. The program is working! They work on not only fair trade but also on ecological issues and community peace. In addition to olive oil they also create a number of other products.
So bring joy and health to your own world - and through your purchases you can also support women in another region who are wishing for the same thing! This is great not only for your own home but for gift giving as well.
Purchase the Sindyanna of Galilee Olive Oil from Revive Fair Trade
Sindyanna of Galilee Website
I purchased my Sindyanna of Galilee Olive Oil with my own funds.
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