Olives: The Acceptable Face of Snacking

Never snack. Except when you have to.

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Humans are not ruminants. We don’t need to have our noses to the trough every waking moment. But perhaps lunch was inadequate, and dinner a far-off dream. There’s a gnawing sensation in both mind and body. What to do?

When the need arises, that jar of olives that’s been idling at the back of the store…

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MSc. Registered nutritionist, specialising in diet, gut, and mental health. Visit AllYouCanEat.Org.UK for free brain food guide, or to book a consultation

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MSc. Registered nutritionist, specialising in diet, gut, and mental health. Visit AllYouCanEat.Org.UK for free brain food guide, or to book a consultation

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