s2hrbail

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  1. So, I have found a canned tuna in olive oil (the cans that say "packed in water" have vegetable broth which also contains soy). I researched if I could share it with my cat, as olive oil is not traditionally cat food. For cats, they recommend not more than a teaspoon, and not often because it can have a laxative affect. I use olive oil for everything now, so I believe maybe, just maybe it is the excessive use of olive oil is the problem. (my other oil is coconut but I only like it with plantains, as its flavor is sweet to me.) I too love the results of this diet, but this has been a daily prob