Butter vs. margarine: What does science say?
Whether you’re frying, baking, or topping your toast, most of you will eat either butter or margarine at some point today. The fact that these spreads are such a staple means that we need to know their effects on our health. And It might surprise you to learn that this impact has changed quite dramatically over the past 20 years.
In today’s short episode of ZOE Science & Nutrition, Jonathan and Dr. Sarah ask: Which is healthier, butter or margarine?
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Mentioned in today’s episode:
Margarine from Science Direct
Margarines: Historical approach, technological aspects, nutritional profile, and global trends from Food Research International
Reduction of LDL-cholesterol as a result of the change from butter to soft margarine from Polish Archives of Internal Medicine
Americans' per capita consumption of margarine & butter from the USDA
Episode transcripts are available here.
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