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Is mayo very fattening?

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Whether you like your mayonnaise spread in a sandwhich, blended into a yummy tuna pasta or blobbed on the side of a salad, it's just delicious. However, it is fattening and should be avoided if you're on a diet. Mayonnaise is full of fat and has lots of hidden calories.

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