As the awareness of the importance of healthy and balanced diet increases nowadays, there are more reviews of the foodstuffs we use in our daily diet.
One of these daily present commodities in our diet is certainly butter.
Butter is an entirely natural product, made from natural ingredients by separating milk fat from fresh milk or from cream.
It is a rich source of milk fat, containing as much as 82 grams of milk fat per 100 grams, which makes it an excellent source of energy. But it is exactly this high content of milk fat in butter that makes us often wonder whether we should limit its intake into the body?
Excessive fat intake can have harmful consequences for the organism just as the insufficient intake of fat can. The secret of a proper diet lies in moderation and variety!
Apart from being an excellent source of energy in the event of increased physical and intellectual activities, especially when consumed in the morning with wholemeal bread or buns and honey, with a glass of milk or yoghurt, butter is used by renowned chefs to prepare savoury and sweet dishes because only butter lends meals a refined fragrance and particular rich and delicious aroma that we feel on our palates even after we finish eating.
Butter is a natural, healthy and good choice whether we speak about breakfast or making meals.