Olive oil

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    alexparginos
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    Can olive oil be used in the diet? i mean if it is not extra virgin olive oil can it be used, i have one from kirkland and it says pure olive oil, but does not seem to say extra virgin olive oil. can i just use pure olive oil or is it a bad idea? thanks guys!

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    raster
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    Regular olive oil is fine…please put all of your posts under one thread so that there isn’t like 5 different one line posts asking questions…

    -raster

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    alexparginos
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    thanks raster,ill do that.

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    mazz
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    It’s best if you use either virgin or extra virgin olive oil. I’ve just bought a book about fats and oils, and I’ve finally learnt what all these names mean. Extra virgin is the oil extracted from the first pressing. Virgin is the second pressing. All other olive oil is much more refined and processed, and is therefore more likely to contain transfatty acids and other rubbish that you don’t really want to put into your body.

    I guess that doesn’t necessarily mean that the oil you have will be detrimental to you on the diet, but you might want to get a different one in the future. Hope that helps!

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    orka1998
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    To add to what mazz wrote, also you want cold pressed oil if you can find it. It looses its good properties with heat.

    Again, not really detrimental to your treatment, but this diet is about restoring health so you need to try to make healthiest choices you can find and/or afford 🙂

    Arijana

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