Remember it is not only the quantity of fat but also the type of fat you consume that has an important bearing on your cardiovascular health.  Chose oils low in “bad” saturated fats and high in “good” unsaturated fats; such as CanOlive with its unique formulation.
Know your BMI
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BMI or Body Mass Index is a measure of body fat based on height and weight of an individual and applies to adult men and women of age 18 - 65 years.

You can use our BMI Calculator to get an indication if you are of normal weight, over-weight or under-weight. A BMI score of between 18.5 and 24.9 is considered normal while a score of below 18.5 is an indication that you could be underweight. A score above 25 indicates that you may be overweight with a value over 30 indicating obesity.

However, please be advised that this BMI calculator is just one way of attempting to assess your weight position, and is not in itself the final word on if you are, or are not, of desirable weight. We strongly suggest that you consult your physician, who will be a better judge of your needs compared to this BMI calculation, if you have any weight concerns.
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Sources consulted:
Bailey’s Industrial Oil & Fat Products (6th Edition) - Volume I: Chemistry, Properties and Health Effects.
Know Your Fats: American Heart Association
The Nutrition source, Fats & Cholesterol, “The Bottom Line”: Harvard School of Public Health.