Does A Flavoured Extra Virgin Olive Oil Have Higher Antioxidant Properties?

@article{DazMontaa2022DoesAF,
  title={Does A Flavoured Extra Virgin Olive Oil Have Higher Antioxidant Properties?},
  author={Enrique Jacobo D{\'i}az-Monta{\~n}a and Mar{\'i}a Barbero-L{\'o}pez and Ram{\'o}n Aparicio-Ruiz and Mar{\'i}a Teresa Morales},
  journal={Antioxidants},
  year={2022},
  volume={11}
}
Extra virgin olive oil is highly appreciated worldwide for its healthy and organoleptic properties. From the variety of compounds present in the oil, phenols stand out, not only for producing the bitter-pungent perception but also for their antioxidant properties, which contribute to human health protection. The addition of plants can change the phenolic profile due to a migration of plant antioxidants to the oil. The aim of this work was to study the evolution of the oxidative process of extra… 
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