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Cardiovascular Effects of EVOO in Reproductive-Aged Women

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Cardiovascular Effects of EVOO in Healthy Reproductive-aged Women

This study aims to compare changes in cardiovascular function and markers of inflammation and metabolic dysfunction in women randomized to treatment with extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) versus those randomized to treatment with a control oil low in oleic acid and phenols for 8 weeks.

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Dietary Supplement - Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Subjects will consume 45 ml (40 g) of EVOO daily for 8 weeks.

Dietary Supplement - Control Oil

Subjects will consume 45 ml (40 g) of a control sunflower seed oil daily for 8 weeks.

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Cardiovascular Effects of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) in Healthy Reproductive-aged Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial

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NCT03820336

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