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Why is the advice margarine and not butter?

  1. Both butter and margarine and low-fat margarine contain vitamins A, D and E. Butter only contains much less vitamin D than low-fat margarine and margarine. People who butter daily use on bread should ensure that they have enough vitamin D. get in from other foods. Butter also contains more saturated fat. For comparison: Cream butter contains 53 grams of saturated fat per 100 grams and soft margarine from a tub per 100 grams 19 grams of saturated fat. Saturated fat increases LDL cholesterol, which is not good for blood vessels.

Less saturated fat with low-fat margarine and margarine

  1. Replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fat can lower your risk of cardiovascular disease. We therefore recommend low-fat margarine or margarine from one tub or bottle. In comparison: if you eat 6 sandwiches a day, you get about 16 grams of saturated fat with butter, about 6 grams with margarine and 3.5 grams with low-fat margarine.

Which is better on bread: low-fat margarine or margarine?

  1. There is 50% less fat in margarine than margarine from a tub. This means that you will consume fewer calories if you use low-fat margarine. For children up to 4 years old, we recommend spreading margarine on bread. Young children often get a little too little fat. We advise everyone over the age of 4 to use low-fat margarine or margarine.

  2. There is 50% less fat in margarine than margarine from a tub. This means that you will consume fewer calories if you use low-fat margarine. For children up to 4 years old, we recommend spreading margarine on bread. Young children often get a little too little fat. We advise everyone over the age of 4 to use margarine or margarine.



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