Are Green Olives Good for You?

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Indeed green olives are very healthy. They are picked before they are fully ripe and have only half the calories of black olives. Although olives have fat in them, it is the healthy kind of fat also known as monounsaturated fat. Green olives are also rich in iron, vitamin E and fiber.
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Olives Sliced Green
calories
15
Nutrition Grade
?
Nutrition Facts
Total Fat 1g
7%
Sodium 240mg
2%
Total Carbohydrates 1g
7%
Protein 0.2g
2%
2 tbsp (15.0g)
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