Often, the benefits of olive oil are encompassed within the overall Mediterranean dietary pattern or even a Mediterranean lifestyle. In this context, an original study evaluated the Mediterranean lifestyle (MEDLIFE) index in a non-Mediterranean working population. The MEDLIFE index consisted of 26 items on food consumption, dietary habits, physical activity, rest, and social interactions that scored 0 or 1 point, one of which included, of course, the consumption of olive oil. A higher score on this index was associated with a lower prevalence of metabolic syndrome and a more favorable cardiometabolic profile. However, it is important to note that olive oil was among the items with the lowest scores in these participants. In this observational study, the relatively low consumption of olive oil merits further research to better understand its beneficial health properties within the larger context of lifestyle in non-Mediterranean populations, in order to promote its consumption.