Always Hungry? A New Study Says To Add Olive Oil To Your Diet

Olive Oil - NY Daily News

Unlike low-fat food products and other natural fats, olive oil helps to regulate the sensation of feeling full after eating, which could help keep your fingers off the nibbles between meals.

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