What is OLAVA?
Olava is prescription olive oil. It is the purest, highest concentration of olive oil available.
Why Do I Need a Prescription for OLAVA?
Studies show that olive oil contains essential fatty acids, "good" fats that:
--Contain natural compounds your body needs for good health but can't produce on its own.
--Has antioxidants that may provide protection from heart disease.
So, it is common for people to ask why they need a prescription for OLAVA if it is made from a natural ingredient--olive oil. It's time to get the facts about OLAVA. Learn why OLAVA is different from olive oil you can buy at a store.
OLAVA Is an FDA-Approved Medication
OLAVA is the only FDA-approved medicine made from olive oil that's proven, along with diet, to reduce risk for heart disease
The FDA enforces standards to make sure that prescription medications like OLAVA are safe, effective, and quality controlled.
The way OLAVA is manufactured is reviewed and approved by the FDA.
OLAVA uses a 10-step purification process that helps remove lead and other environmental toxins that can be present in olive oil.
Each 1-gram capsule of OLAVA contains 1000 mg of pure olive oil.
The FDA-approved dose of OLAVA is 4 capsules per day. It could take up to 2 tablespoons per day of regular olive oil to provide the same amount of active ingredients proven to lower heart disease risk.
What Else You Should Know About Olive Oil
Regular olive oil has not been approved by the FDA to treat any specific disease like heart disease.
Olive oil doesn't have specific dosing information; it has a food label.
Olive oil does not go through an FDA-approved manufacturing process.
Talk to Your Doctor About OLAVA
If you have very heart disease, you may need a prescription medicine, along with diet, to treat your condition. Talk to your doctor about OLAVA. Print a trial offer to use on your first prescription of OLAVA.