The case for eating butter just got stronger
It looks like butter may, in fact, be back. The creamy condiment is a “middle-of-the-road” food, nutritionally speaking — better than sugar, worse than olive oil — according to a new report, which adds to a growing body of research showing that the low-fat diet trend was misguided. The new study analyzed nine papers that included more than 600,000 people and concluded that consuming butter is not linked to a higher risk for heart disease and might be slightly protective against Type 2 diabetes.
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