How butter affects the body: an answer to a specialist

Iryna MelnichenkoFood
Butter and bread. Source: pixabay.com

Butter is a product that everyone eats almost every day, using it to make sandwiches and baked goods. But you need to be able to distinguish butter from a fake at home.

How to distinguish natural butter from fake

The nutritionist shared on Instagram the benefits of butter, as well as how much of it you can eat.

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"First of all, butter is famous for the fact that it contains a unique component of milk fat - butyric acid, which has an anti-inflammatory effect, and it is also used in the treatment of Crohn's disease (when a person has a chronic inflammatory process throughout the gastrointestinal tract)," the nutritionist said.


The expert also noted that butter belongs to the category of foods that contain a high amount of saturated fat, which stimulates the secretion of bile. It also contains a significant amount of vitamin A, as well as D, E, B12.

The benefits of butter

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