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Olive is a fruit that has a sour, tangy, salty taste and it is very tasty to eat with chilly and salt. People use olives to make oil, pickles and can use in various dishes like salad, sandwiches, vegetables, dal, etc. also. People have cultivated olive trees for more than 7,000 years, and they have long associated its fruit with health benefits. There are hundreds of olive species, and these fruits and their oil form an integral part of the Mediterranean diet, which may help people prevent disease and live longer.

2100 grams of ripe olive contain:

  • energy: 116 calories
  • protein: 0.84 g
  • total fat: 10.90 g
  • carbohydrate: 6.04 g
  • fiber: 1.60 g
  • calcium: 88 milligrams (mg)
  • iron: 6.28 mg
  • magnesium: 4 mg
  • potassium: 8 mg
  • sodium: 735 mg
  • zinc: 0.22 mg
  • copper: 0.25 mg
  • vitamin C: 0.90 mg
  • niacin: 0.04 mg
  • vitamin B-6: 0.01 mg
  • vitamin A: 17 micrograms (µg)
  • vitamin E: 1.65 mg
  • vitamin K: 1.4 µg
  • carbohydrate: 3.84 g
  • fiber: 3.30 g

 

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Olive is a fruit that has a sour, tangy, salty taste and it is very tasty to eat with chilly and salt. People use olives to make oil, pickles and can use in various dishes like salad, sandwiches, vegetables, dal, etc. also. People have...olive