"When blood vessels constrict, their lining, called the endothelium, may be injured," says Vogel. "Repeated injuries can add up to a higher risk of coronary heart disease." What's more, in people with diabetes, which typically causes damage to blood vessel linings, the effect of olive oil could worsen an already dangerous condition, Vogel says.
If this doesn't sound harmful to you then you do not realize the vital role blood vessels play in your body. I am insulin resistant and may one day develope diabetes. I think it's only right and fair to let everyone know the risks along with the benefits as well, Don't You? Besides if you read the article CAREFULLY from WebMD on Olive Oil, then you must have somehow INTENTIONALLY overlooked this statement for your own comfort.
Sounds like Harm to me. It's the people's right to know the latest news discoveries on anything they're ingesting that may cause harm. Shelley, you of all people seem to be very knowledgable on the matter, it seems you would do your best to announce loudly any harm as loudly as you shout out it's benefits. Don't Ya think that sounds right?