A meta-analysis of 19 studies suggests olive oil consumed as part of a Mediterranean diet may inhibit carcinogenic pathways and promote the death of certain cancer cells. The researchers determined high consumption of olive oil is associated with a decreased risk of some cancers and suggested two components, tyrosol and hydroxytyrosol, may play a role. Other foods mentioned in the analysis were fruits, vegetables, seafood, wine and whole grains.

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