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Not really :)

May want to just stick with the list.
 

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Actually they are technically a fruit.

You can do what you want off plan....

Mostly the reason why you cannot is they are higher in oils. I would also say why not give them up, it's only 7 days.

What are you subbing them for? Potatoes and other veggies/fruits have little to no fat. Olives do have much more fat throwing the program off. To me stick to the plan. Your call, have fun :)
 

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Oké, oké, oké. But on your internetsite you say for day three “A mixture of fruits and vegetables of your choice. Any amount, any quantity. No bananas yet. No potatoes today.” I mean Olives and Garlick are fruit and/of vegetables in which case the internet-description is not oké.
 

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Sure it is OK, have you read the ingredients of the bottle? See the fat content? Do they contain extra bad for you oils? There had to be user input here. So do your olives contain extra oil? If so it does not say eat oil freely or fatty foods. Stick to our examples and common veggies and such.

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this may help with the Vegetables - this is on our grocery list page.

"Green, leafy vegetables are among the recommended items on the GM diet. They are high in fiber and are easily absorbed by the body during digestion. Vegetables are consumed during the second, sixth and seventh day of the diet. During the second day, a cup of baked potato can be consumed for breakfast while tomatoes are to used on the fifth day.

While it is important to be prepared in advance, many people like to buy vegetables fresh. If you are someone that likes fresh produce, then go ahead and buy it on the day of the diet but don’t give up on your diet just because you could not be bothered to buy vegetables for the day."
 
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