Disputes about the dangers of butter going on for several years. Experts from tufts University recommended each day to eat about a tablespoon of oil to reduce the risk of developing diabetes. At the same time, scientists from Harvard University, on the contrary, speak about the unambiguous increase in the likelihood of heart disease by 8% due to regular consumption of saturated animal fats. About it writes The Daily Mail.
Scientists from the University of Bergen claim that small amounts of butter required for the human body. Yes, it raises the level of cholesterol. However, even cholesterol in the minimum amounts needed to maintain health. If a person generally eats right, a sandwich with butter in the morning or scrambled eggs on butter health certainly didn't hurt.
In the study, volunteers were divided into groups in terms of consumption of carbohydrates and fats. It turned out that with a balanced diet fats only improve the lipid profile and does not contribute to the deposition of adipose tissue in the abdominal area.