Olive oil is a vegetable oil. It is made by getting the juice of the fruits of the olive tree. The oil is used in cooking, as well as cosmetics, traditional medicine, and as a fuel for oil lamps.
Gǎnlǎnyóu shì zhíwùyóu, tōngguò huòqǔ gǎnlǎnshù guǒshí de zhīyè zhìchéng. Yòngyú pēngrèn, yě yòngyú huàzhuāngpǐn, chuántǒng yàowù, hé yóudēng de ránliào.
People see it as a healthy addition to their diet because of the high level of unsaturated fats (mainly oleic acid) and polyphenols. Olive oil is popular in Mediterranean countries.
Gǎnlǎnyóu hányǒu hěnduō bùbǎohé zhīfáng (zhǔyào shi yóusuān) hé duōfēnlèi, rénmen rènwéi yǒuyìjiànkāng, zài Dìzhōnghǎi guójiā hěn shòuhuānyíng.