#1. It works against your heart diseases controlling bad cholesterol LDL and increasing good cholesterol HDL in your blood.
#2. The antioxidant properties present in olive oil is great for skin health. It prevents skin ageing and acne breakout.
#3. Polyphenols present in this oil have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anticoagulant properties which helps improving heart health.
#4. Polyphenols are also great in controlling both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
#5. Olive oil is low in saturated fats which improves blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity.
#6. It helps reducing risks of common types of cancers that includes skin, lungs, breast, colon and ovarian cancers.
#7. Another most alarming pros of olive oil, Oleocanthal, a substance present in olive oil inhibits toxic proteins that damage brain cells causing Alzheimer’s disease, proved according to a study published in the Journal of Applied Pharmacology and Toxicology.
#8. Olive oil is great for bone health. According to a research, people with high levels of olive oil in their diet are less likely to suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. It also helps in improving mineralization and calcification of bones. (Source : Webparx)
The Tunisian dinar is what is known as a closed currency; it is actually illegal to either import or export Tunisian dinnar. Make sure that you declare how much foreign currency – in cash – you‘re bringing into the country, or it won‘t be leaving with you.
Using a drone or even owning it may put you in jail . It is illegal for any Tunisian to own it without permission and illegal to deploy it.
It is illegal for any Tunisian to own it without permission and illegal to deploy it. It’s not impossible, however. British nationals wishing to buy property in Tunisia have often been advised to do so through a Tunisian friend.
Like many Muslim countries, homosexuality is illegal and a criminal offence in Tunisia. According to Lonely Planet, “Sexual acts between two consenting adults of the same sex are punishable by up to three years imprisonment.”
It‘s technically illegal for mixed-gender couples who are unmarried to share a room together. It’s not much of a problem in western-style hotels, but elsewhere, just say “wife/husband” rather than “boyfriend/girlfriend” when talking to hotel staff. A gold ring worn on the appropriate finger can smooth the way, too.