Is low fat butter a good choice for people who diet?
Do you have to avoid butter totally whe you diet?
Maybe and maybe not. It doesn't taste so good. Do what I do - spread a little on your bread - the regular stuff, and eat slowly. At least you know you are eating a milk product, not something artificial. And take a long walk a little later, that will get your mechanism a shakin'.
I love the taste of butter, but only rarely use it due to the fat and milk content. The imitation and low fat butter taste so different but I guess they do help some diet plans. I have not tried it yet, but ghee butter is said to provide a better health value to any food dish. Great question! Maybe you can do a hub on this subject. I would be interested in reading it.
Regular, unsalted, nothing added, butter is fine. I use the sticks as most tubs have oils that make us fat in them! I personally love using virgin olive oil over butter. Its healthy fat and makes cooking much easier! I use it to make eggs, popcorn and more!
I think is a really tough call. I was reading a hub yesterday about fats and butter etc.
Here it is. It may answer your questions.
http://healthybodynmind.hubpages.com/hu … roper-Fats
"low fat butter"
Some one , somewhere does not know what " butter" is...............
"Butter" IS made from the fat of milk...........it just is....
......spreads and substiutes, are a totally different catagory.
There, simply, is no such thing, as " low fat butter"............ there is not.........do not be decieved by advertising.
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