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Health Claim


They contribute to protecting blood lipids from oxidative stress, as long as they are contained in an amount of at least 5mg per 20g of oil.

Oleic Acid (Omega 9)

Replacing saturated fatty in the diet contributes to maintaining normal blood cholesterol levels. Oleic acid belongs to the unsaturated fats. Oleic acid belongs to the unsaturated fats.

Linoleic Acid (Omega 6)

Linoleic acid (Omega 9 fatty) contributes to normal cholesterol levels in the blood as long as it is contained in the oil in an amount of 1,5grams per 100g.

Other Monounsaturated

Replacing saturated fatty in the diet contributes maintain normal blood cholesterol levels. Oleic acid belongs to the unsaturated fats.

Vitamin E

Contributes to protecting cells from oxidative stress.


Active forms of oxygen are produced in the biological system of the organism and are inactivated in the biological system on a stable basis during its operation. These molecules are known as free radicals.

The organism uses the free radicals to the function of immune. In ideal conditions, free radicals are kept in equilibrium and balance of production and of inactivation of them. The oxidative stress is the imbalance between the production of active forms of oxygen and the ability of an organism to inactivate them.

 Active free radicals, through the blood-stream, are channeled into the body ‘s organs and tissues. Free radicals penetrate the cells and have a negative effect on the whole organism, with main consequence, the premature aging of the vital organs of the body and consequently disturbances in its vital functions.

Caltica olive oil contains 10mg Tyrosoles per 20g oil and protects blood lipids  from oxidative stress. In addition, oeleocanthal and oleacein have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, cardioprotective and neuroprotective properties.

The benefits

Holistic Action

Antioxidant properties and anti-aging action.

Oxygen free radicals enter the cells and have consequences throughout the body, with main consequence of premature aging of vital organs and consequently disturbances in the vital function  of the body. Thromboses, illness and disease of heart, chronics inflammations, liver diseases, kidney disease, neuropathies, cancer are long-term consequences of oxidative stress.

Polyphenols are collectors of oxygen free radicals with catalytic action against oxidative stress and its effects.

Protecting and strengthening the immune system.

Improving the absorption of medications.

Digestive System and Metabolism

Contributes to the proper functioning of the matabolism

Polyphenols in conbination with monounsaturated fatty, Omega 6 and Omega 9, activate the matabolism and increse the metabolic rate. Nutrients are better broken down, resulting to improve in their degree of assimilation.

Prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases

Reduces gastric acidity caused by pancreatic secretion after meals, resulting in the prevention and treatment of diseases and disorders of the gastrointestinal tract associated with increased levels of gastric acid.

Monounsaturated fatties enhance the quality of dietary fat.

Support of digestive function and gastric acidity.

Increase of the degree of digestion and improve the assimilation of proteins, especially during the weaning process and the period of its development of them.

Favors the absorption of nutrients and especially proteins that are hindered by food fat in the stomach.

Contributes in weight loss.

Proper function of the gastrointestinal system and especially in cats helps to remove masses of fur.

Leather and Fur

Oleic acid (omega 9 fatty) is an essential ingredient for the skin. In conbination with the antioxidant properties of polyphenols and vitamin E, they contribute to the smooth functioning of the skin with the beneficial benefits and action against skin diseases.

Deep hydration and skin elasticity.

Action against hair loss and dry skin.

Provides nutrients for the growth and nutrition for a healthy and shiny fur.

Nail strengthening.

Circulatory System 

The antioxidant action and anti-aging properties of polyphenols, combined with the monounsaturated fatty that break down saturated fatty in the organism and the high nutritional value of oleic acid, offer multiple benefits and remarkable biological benefits to the vital system of heart and blood system.

Prevention of cardiovascular diseases.

Improving blood circulation.

Reduction of the chances of developing asthma.

Maintaining normal cholesterol levels.

Action against diabetes.

Nervous System

Oeleocanthal  and oleacein have strong biological activity and offer neuroprotective properties and participate in the proper functionig of the nervous system and the brain. In addition, oleic acid contributes to brain development.

Reduces the chances of a stroke.


Endocrine system

Good Pancreatic Function

Monounsaturated fatty balance the secretions of pancreas resulting in the optimal of the pancreatic glad function, preventing serious dysfunctions and disease.

Prevention of Gallstones

Contributes to maintaining cholesterol level to extent that it does not favor creation of gallstones.

Musculoskeletal System

Its antioxidant and anti-aging action protect the articulations from wear while its anti-inflammatory properties have beneficial benefits in arthritis.

Physical Condition

Its holistic action (contribution to the proper functioning of vital organs, improving the rate of metabolismof nutrients, their better absorption by the organism and the benefits to circulatory system) is reflected in the physical condition.

Offers energy and wellnes.

Increased mood for activity.

& additional info

Used in any kind of food, dry food, Burf or cooked food. It is added to the diet after weaning (>2,5 months) with a few drops and gradually increasing to the recommended dosage.

For the dosing one teaspoon corresponds to 3ml of oil.

Dogs Daily intake Recommended daily intake
0,30 ml

per Kg of weight

Weight Dosage
<10 kg 1,50 ml
10-20 kg 4,50 ml
>20 kg 6,00 ml
Cats 1,50 ml daily

Nutrition facts tables

Nutritional value Content

(per 100ml)


(per kg)

Energy 3389KJ/824Kcal




91,60 g

15,70 g

70,40 g

5,50 g



0,0 g

0,0 g

Fiber 0,0 g
Protein 0,0 g
Salt 0,0 g




501 mg

306 mg

Acidity < 0,15
Unsaturated fat acid

omega 6 – omega 9


(per 100g)

Omega 6 >1,50 g health claim
Omega 9 75,52 g


Polyphenols Content

(per 1000g)

Tyrosoles >25 mg/100g health claim
Oleocanthal+oleacein 188 mg


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