Effect of Supplementation with Olive Leaf Extract Enriched with Oleuropein on the Metabolome and Redox Status of Athletes’ Blood and Urine—A Metabolomic Approach 

Nikolaos Lemonakis, Vassilis Mougios, […], and Evagelos Gikas Abstract Oleuropein (OE) is a secoiridoid glycoside occurring mostly in the Oleaceae family and presenting several pharmacological properties, including hypolipidemic and antioxidant properties. Based on these, several dietary supplements containing olive leaf extracts enriched with OE are commercially available in many countries. The current study aimed to …

Olive leaves herbal tea effect in type 2 diabetic patients with prehypertension 

Wissam Zam and Ali Ali  ABSTRACT  Olive tree leaves have been widely used in traditional medicine for its antioxidant, antihypertensive, hypoglycemic, hypocholesterolemic and cardioprotective activity. A clinical study was conducted to evaluate the anti-hypertensive effect of olive leaves herbal tea (50 g of dried and ground leaves in 250 ml of warm water/twice daily for …

Olive leaf tea is beneficial for lipid metabolism in adults with prediabetes: an exploratory randomized controlled trial

Risa Araki a , Keiko Fujie a , Nanako Yuine a, b , Yuta Watabe a, b , Yoshio Nakataa , Hiroaki Suzuki c , Hiroko Isodad , Koichi Hashimoto a, ⁎ a Department of Clinical and Translational Research Methodology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan b Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, …

Olive leaf tea may have hematological health benefit over green tea

F. Ferdousi 1 R. Araki 1 K. Hashimoto H. Isoda Show footnotes Open AccessPublished:November 20, 2018DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clnu.2018.11.009PlumX Metrics Summary Olive leaf extracts are rich in several polyphenols having potential health benefits. We conducted the current parallel-group randomized controlled trial to compare the effects of long-term consumption of olive leaf tea (OLT) and green tea (GT) on hematological parameters …

Effects of the Olive-Derived Polyphenol Oleuropein on Human Health

Barbara Barbaro,1,†Gabriele Toietta,2,†Roberta Maggio,1Mario Arciello,1,3Mirko Tarocchi,4Andrea Galli,4 and Clara Balsano5,*Segura-Carretero Antonio, External EditorAuthor informationArticle notesCopyright and License informationDisclaimerThis article has been cited by other articles in PMC.Go to: Abstract The use of the products derived from the olive tree on human health dates back centuries. In several civilizations, the olive tree had and still has a very strong cultural and …