I use olive oil a lot when I cook. Buy an oil sprayer instead of Pam - you add your own olive oil, pump & spray. I use that for everything, cooking fish, eggs, etc. I also usually add it to pasta sauce, dip bread in it (with a little parmesan & pepper), & add it to my normal tuna, rice & veggie lunch. Sometimes I add it to my morning oatmeal. Always stick with extra virgin olive oil - it is high in monounsaturated fats - thats the good cholesterol lowering fat. Alternatives would be canola oil, peanut oil; cashews, almonds, peanuts, and most other nuts; & avocados. The other good fat is Polyunsaturated, found in corn, soybean, safflower, and cottonseed oils; &, of course, yummy, yummy fish. Avoid Saturated Fats (whole milk, butter, cheese, and ice cream; red meat; chocolate; coconuts, coconut milk, and coconut oil), and stay far, far away from Trans Fat (most margarines; vegetable shortening; partially hydrogenated vegetable oil; deep-fried chips; many fast foods; most commercial baked goods).