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etc

1000 g = 1 mg = 0.001 g.

 

Olives, green, marinated, per 50 g. 

info about olives

 

 

1 g.  protein

7 g.  fat

1 g.  carbs

 

15 g.  vitamin B1

40 g.  vitamin B2

250 g.  vitamin B3

280 g.  vitamin B5

11 g.  vitamin B6

 

48 mg. calcium

8 mg. magnesium

1 mg. iron

8 mg. phosphorus

290 g. manganese

135 g. copper

 

  

 

Cold pressed olive-oil, per 10 g.

info about 'living' olive oil 

 

10 g.  fat  (86 mg LNA)

 

1 mg. vitamin E activity

5 g.  vitamin K

 

 

By nature you can't eat raw olives, since these contain oleuropin, which needs to be destroyed by curing the olives. Usually the use of salt is involved, but there are also olives available that haven't been cured with the use of salt. They are hard to get though.

If you are susceptible to acne, you can't eat 'normal' olives but need non-salt cured olives. external info

 

 

 

 

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