Butter – a food product. It is produced by separation or whipping cream derived from cow’s milk (sheep, goat, buffalo milk).
|butter Traditional||748 kcal||0,8 g||82,5 g||0,6 g|
|butter Amateur||709 kcal||0,7 g||78 g||1 g|
|butter Peasant||662 kcal||1 g||72,5 g||1,4 g|
|butter sandwich||566 kcal||1,3 g||61,5 g||1,7 g|
Butter usually not used as an independent for daily nutrition. It is combined with other foods, such as sandwiches or use as an integral part in the production of more sophisticated dishes (dough, creams, soups).
Butter is extremely rich in calories, perfectly digestible (up 98.5%) and rich in vitamins A, B and E and therefore has beneficial properties. This oil belongs to the most valuable and best food fat through nutrition, flavor and taste.
Butter obtained from cow’s milk, and it is a concentrate of milk fat. Butter – and element of children’s diets.
Undoubtedly, the butter is very rich in calories, but if you eat it in moderation, these calories can give your body the necessary energy and power. In addition, the use of butter is the fat content, without which it is impossible to regular cell renewal. It is scientifically proven that if during the period of rapid growth of the children do not have enough of these substances, it can cause mental retardation and reduced intellectual ability.
Vitamin A, which is contained in this product confirms butter benefit for people with an ulcer duodenum and stomach, due to the fact that it promotes rapid healing of wounds. However, it should be remembered that, as with any high-calorie foods, and butter have to be reasonable and use it within reasonable limits.
Harm of butter
The most important argument that is put forward, referring to the dangers of butter, is the presence of large amounts of cholesterol. But, if you eat less than 20 grams of this nutritional product per day, the maximum daily dose will not exceed cholesterol and extra inches around the waist is not added.