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(photo: myhealthybynature.com)
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By Cristiano Lima for Prevention.com

PreventionWhen it comes to eating a healthy diet, olive oil is your best friend. It tastes delicious, it’s full of healthy, good-for-your-heart fats, and it might even help fight off dangerous belly bugs. But there’s another way this golden health elixir can make your life better—and you don’t even need to eat it.

Simply smelling olive oil may help you lose weight, according to a recent study in the American Journal of Nutrition.

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