However, doctors say that natural oil has a number of good properties.
Good : Butter contains a lot of vitamin A, especially the one made from natural whole milk, not reconstituted milk. An adult needs 1.5 mg of vitamin A per day. 50 g of oil provides a third of this norm, the rest can be added at the expense of eggs, carrots, sea buckthorn, and pumpkin stewed in milk or sour cream. Patients with chronic cholecystitis, pancreatitis, cholelithiasis in the "calm" stage can consume up to 15–20 g of quality oil per day. But no more than 5-7 g per meal. It is best to put these pieces in a bowl of porridge or vegetable puree, rather than on a sandwich.
Bad : Oil packaging is very important. Foil and other opaque wrappers are better than parchment, which allows light to pass through. Vitamin A is rapidly destroyed by exposure to light. And in the light and in the open air, the oil becomes salty, its surface becomes dull. The use of such a product has a bad effect on the condition of the liver and pancreas, even in healthy people. Many people remove the salted layer and use it for browning, but harmful substances remain with any processing. Good : For those who are overweight, there are many types of oils available that are lower in fat and therefore lower in calories.
Bad : Oil is extremely cholesterol-rich. If your blood cholesterol level is already elevated, it is advisable to give up butter, replacing it with vegetable oil.
Butter is made from the gray times, when the manufacturing process was laborious and lasted for a very long time. Now the process of making with the help of a churn has long outlived its usefulness, although in some villages oil is still made in this way. Speaking about the benefits of oil, it is worth noting that many consider it harmful to the body. For example, as many people believe, butter cools with a crust on the organs, while vegetable oil flows down them, but in order to draw such conclusions, you need to figure out what it is made of.
Homemade butter differs in many ways from what is produced in production, but still, even it is better than substitutes. It is produced using a churn and cream. Cream, as a rule, is homemade, therefore it has a high percentage of fat, in contrast to pasteurized milk and cream, which are used for preparation in production. In addition to the fat content, homemade contains most of the nutrients and vitamins that milk loses after pasteurization. Unlike vegetable and substitutes, spreads, margarine, etc., natural butter is easily absorbed by the body. Nutrients and vitamins help to improve human health.
So, let's take a closer look at the useful properties:
Of course, many people simply do not like to consume butter, replacing it with vegetable oil. But as statistics show, most of the diseases associated with the intestines are caused by the use of vegetable oil and butter substitutes.
Today it is probably hard to find a product that is as popular as butter. However, there is often controversy over whether butter is healthy?
Without it, it is simply impossible to imagine the diet of a modern person. However, quite often there is controversy over whether butter is beneficial or, on the contrary, harmful to health. So what exactly is this product?
First of all, it must be said that butter does not have a large composition of minerals. All it contains is small amounts of calcium, phosphorus and selenium. The vitamin component looks much more attractive. Here, vitamins A, E and K are presented in sufficient quantities. If you carefully study the composition of butter, you can see just a huge amount of fat, which is more than 2.5 times higher than all permissible norms. The same applies to cholesterol, the content of which is also simply huge. Therefore, people who are overweight should be very careful about the use of this product. Having a high calorie content, approximately 480-720 kcal / 100 grams, depending on the fat content, butter can cause significant harm to health for people suffering from overweight. Therefore, even without excluding this product from the diet, it is very important to limit its consumption.
Sometimes oil can cause allergies. The reason for this reaction lies in the milk proteins contained in the product. Therefore, people who are allergic to cow's milk should refrain from consuming butter.
Speaking about the high content of cholesterol, one should not forget about the benefits that it has on the female body. Lack of fat can lead to delayed menopause and the development of infertility.