Monday, September 14, 2009

Q&A Butter

Q: Butter or Margarine?
P.S. Regardless of what you say, I'm sticking with butter.

A: This is easy,

Anything that has been chemically altered or processed extensively should be avoided. Butter is good. It is an all-natural form of fat. Margarine came out when people (nutrition researchers) thought fat was bad and it was giving people heart disease and high cholesterol. There is more evidence everyday that fat is good, especially from nuts, seeds, fish, and vegetables. Sure, butter, cheese, and other dairy-based fats should be treated as a condiment or occasional dessert, but overall, fat is essential. Fake, processed, chemically altered fat, like Margarine, is not. Go Butter!

Look at the comparison!!
INGREDIENTS: MARGARINE (liquid soybean oil, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, water, salt, soy lecithin, vegetable mono and diglycerides, potassium sorbate and citric acid added as preservatives, artificially flavored (gluten free), artificially colored with beta carotene, vitamin a palmitate added.)

1 comment:

The Lake's said...

ctotally agree we try to avoid anything that has been processed all natural is always better! our bodies werent meant to digest anything other than natural food