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    Healthy fat calories.
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    leel16 posted:
    1. A good source for healty fats is Extra Virgin Olive Oil. I mix 2 tablespoon in my protien shake.

    2. Low carb ice cream,natrual peanut butter,egg whites and Olive oil blended together to make a good tasting drink. This add's up to 700 calories.
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    betatoo responded:
    I use a serving of mixed nuts-about a double tight handful for 170 calories, 16 g of fats, 4 carbs and 5 protein. Works for me as a great snack, and healthy fats. Other end is an Avocado on top of a grilled chicken salad.


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