Oloves Olives for a Healthy Snack
This weight loss journey can be tough as you look for healthy snacks that taste good and are low in carbohydrates. Protein bars and other diet snacks are abundant, but sometimes it can be nice to have another option. What about something that is:
- Naturally healthy and low-carb.
- Deliciously salty.
- Ready to eat.
If that sounds good to you, Oloves may be the answer to your quest for a weight loss snack.
Oloves are the natural snack that can add zip to your diet. They have less than 1 gram of carbohydrates per serving, and are packaged in convenient single-portion packages with only 25 to 50 calories each. Almost free from saturated fat, Oloves provide heart-healthy monounsaturated fats (“MUFA”) of the type that the Mediterranean diet is known for. They are also sources of the antioxidant Vitamin E.
Olives are naturally healthy, and Oloves contain only olives and other natural ingredients, such as sunflower oil, spices and herbs, and lemon pieces. There are no artificial ingredients, and they are free from dairy, gluten, and nuts.
Oloves may be healthy and natural, but they are anything but boring! They come in green and black varieties, in these flavors.
- Green Olives - Lemon Rosemary with real lemon pieces and rosemary sprigs.
- Green Olives - Basil and Garlic, almost like your favorite pesto.
- Black Olives - Chili and Garlic for a versatile addition to any dish.
- Green Olives - Chili and Oregano like a Greek salad with a kick.
Each flavor is available in a four-pack of single-serving bags. Oloves also come in a Variety Pack with all four flavors.
Olives All Day
Oloves are ready to be eaten anywhere, as they are pitted and come without messy liquid to worry about. Since they are shelf-stable, it is okay to stock up in the pantry, at work, and in the car - there is no need to be without a healthy snack again! On their own, on skewers with cheese, tomatoes, and mushrooms, mixed into cottage cheese, or with sliced apples, Oloves can make any snack more satisfying and gourmet.
Oloves can also be meal-worthy.
- Tossed with Protein or Low-Carb Pasta and olive oil or tomato sauce.
- Mixed into tuna salad made with Calorie-Free Mayo.
- Placed on Greek, taco, or other salads.
- Roasted or stewed with fish or chicken.
- Alex Brecher