I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably know..
You can also add olives to your salads, or some feta cheese., check the lables and keep track daily, soon enough you'll be used to the fat-amounts and will feel; more comfortable about the fat..
Go to Condiments under Eat Right at the top of the page. On it are the list of healthy fats. Just make sure you get 1-2 in per day depending on how lean your lean is. I use half and half in my coffee every morning for my healthy fat. Sometimes I count that as a condiment and use 1 t of olive oil when making a stirfry, roasting veggies, or pan frying veggies...
I sautee my veggies in it if I'm making fajitas...
There were times when I was on the 5 and 1 that it would be time to go to bed and I realized I hadn't had my health fat. So, having a bottle of high quality olive oil in the house, I just ate healthy fat allotment of olive oil directly out of the measuring spoon....... kind of "medicinally". It sounds gross but, since my taste buds change so much on this plan, it was actually quite delicious and it got my healthy fat in on those days when I couldn't get it in with my food..
The half and half in the coffee that sassyhope mentioned also helps or you could put it in your cappuccino or hot chocolate...
I toss my veggies in olive oil and a pinch of sea salt and then slow roast them at 400..
If you use light olive oil you can just sprinkle it on veggies, or in your soup. Even in oatmeal, it doesn't taste like anything and you got it in. Very easy to use it. Of course salad dressings and sauteing or roasting as mentioned above are also the most common options..