InquilineKea Posted February 12 Report Share Posted February 12 (edited) Olives have much lower calorie density than nuts About 14% of the oil is saturated fat, whereas 11% is polyunsaturated, such as omega-6 I have recently been switching to primarily olives + nut milks and it's much harder to go over 2000 calories (unlike nuts, which are SUPER-easy to eat over 2000 cals) Edited February 12 by InquilineKea Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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