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olive oil margarine vs butter

While the different types of olive oil differ in their health benefits and bioactive compounds, these are not typically included on a dietary nutrition label. Like I said, we all choose our sources. Additives in food that cause weight gain by M. L. Kiser | Living Healthy 360 - November 5, 2013 When I cook, instead of using butter, I was told that margarine, specifically becel margarine, is healthier than butter. Even when I’m dieting that’s difficult to achieve. Poly- two or more double bonds. Man, you’re so far up your own ass that it’s sad. To most scientists Allan Savory’s research is a joke. You have it backwards. One tablespoon of olive oil contains approximately 120 calories, while 1 tbsp. Substitute olive oil for butter in many recipes, including baking. Again – if all citizens of the planet had the average American citizen lifestyle (which includes diet), we would need 5.3 planet Earths. Surprisingly, you never mention anything about the impact of farming animals. – No wonder you and your USDA references end up happily stating that butter is better than olive oil. Olive oil and butter are both in the fats group, which the U.S. Department of Agriculture advises to consume "sparingly." To say that using the USDA Nutrition Database “should blow up any credibility this article could possibly have had” is inane. The main difference between margarine vs. butter is the way that the two ingredients are produced. Once you solidify the olive oil, you can use it as you would butter or margarine for baking goods, spread it on toast/bread or whatever. :-) Actually it’s more like the opposite – all of the information vilifying fat comes mainly from the extremely flawed and debunked study of Dr. Keys – The Seven Countries Study. Here we discuss the differences between butter, margarine spreads, shortening, lard and oil so that you can have a better understanding of the role fats play in your baking. The American Heart Association recommends that you try to keep your saturated fats to about 7% of your daily calories. Without the presence of steam, pan-fried foods would taste greasy and be soggy rather than crispy. Refined coconut oil does has a higher smoke point. Right from the first impressions, the message you want to transmit is evident. From Chris Kresser, L. Ac. But to refuse and refute any article, documentary, or what have you that doesn’t prove your point. I am a US Marine and the military has known this since Vietnam. It lends a kick of creamy richness, and when browned takes on a nutty taste. There is literally not a single study that effectively proves that animal protein or fat, particularly from healthy animals is dangerous to consume. It is rich in antioxidants and I love the taste. But it’s better to refrigerate so it lasts longer. A quick search on PubMed will put things straight. Animals feed the land! Butter has a low smoke point of 350°F. The body produces majority of the cholesterol because we would literally die without it. In a four-year-old boy who suffered from rampant tooth decay, seizures and a tendency to fracture, the combination of a large helping of this concentrate and a meal of whole wheat and whole milk rapidly resolved each of these symptoms. In butter, it’s saturated fat (also in full-fat dairy products and red meat). I admit; you don’t. Here is a site that has information on which fats are good — mono and polyunsaturated are healthy. The Masai, The Eskimo, The Maori, etc. In general, a tablespoon of butter contains the following, according to the USDA: In general, one tablespoon of olive oil contains the following, according to the USDA: Olive oil, particularly EVOO, has many healthy eating benefits that butter doesn’t have: Science can’t help us here: this all comes down to preference. Surely, vegetarians can also minimize impact when consuming seasonal and local foods when possible (the same Dani advocates for). That said, we’ll keep topping our pancakes with butter. Well, Doc, you really should read up on modern nutritional science. Here at Ancestral Nutrition we promote a nutrient dense, scientifically sound lifestyle that mimics the way people ate before obesity, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, etc. There are differences between butter and oil. A healthy range of saturated fat is 10 – 15 grams each day. Montana (like every other state i’m sure) has millions upon millions of acres of land that is not tillable or would be highly erodible if tilled, therefore better left as grass land pasture. Butter is a dairy product made by churning milk. However they also worked much harder than we do. Read The Vegetarian Myth and get back to me. My understanding is that virgin coconut oil’s smoke point is about 250 to 300 degrees fahrenheit according to most VCO labels (although I have seen some labels claiming as high as 350 degrees), whereas refined coconut oil’s smoke point is about 450 degrees fahrenheit. Every culture in history eats saturated fats, including Greeks, Italians, Japanese, Masai, Maori, Aboriginals, etc. (This gluten-free lemon olive oil cake is a great place to start.). Like butter, olive oil can be made the traditional way (by mechanically pressing olives), or via more industrialized methods. For others (like the French), butterfat is just what you cook with and doesn't really play a role in bad cholesterol or healthy diet conversation. Should we cook with it? While the big brands are no longer hand-churning their butter, the idea is the same. I’d recommend doing some research of your own to see what other information is available and to not trust everything written on some people’s personal blogs. I almost missed it. Not to mention methane emissions and the previously mentioned ecological footprint. It’s a simple fact that butter is more nutrient dense and healthier than olive oil. It is not sustainable. Unsaturated fats are the ones that have the most double-bonds in their chemical structures, and are the most healthy. People eschewing butter because they are still afraid of saturated fats and have been led to believe that vegetable oils are the healthier option. What do you think we would be consuming if we didn’t have access to mass produced/processed commercial food? While butter can be made with any milk, we’ll focus on cow’s milk, which is the norm in the industry. Actually you have it backwards and there is no evidence that polyunsaturated fat is healthier than saturated, but there’s a significant amount of research indicating that saturated and monounsaturated are healthier than polyunsaturated, as included in the article. (these you can find in sunflower seeds and olive oil). Hi Dani – there are some points I would like to raise: – The fact that you call saturated fats healthy and you encourage people to eat more of them is scarey. These bonds are between carbons, and a double bond reduces the need for one hydrogen atom per double bond between carbons. Regarding Allan Savory, you got that quote from this blog http://fullspectrumbiology.blogspot.com/2013/05/allan-savorys-plea-to-fight.html I’m guessing because it’s the only place I was able to find it. 2 Because of the high levels of saturated fat in butter, it may increase your risk of heart disease. Keep doing the good job and spreading the healthy advices. The fat is put in a tank, where it is pasteurized. Make sure you’re eating organic olive oil that is free from cost-cutting cheap oils. When it’s delivered to the factory, it will be pumped directly from the delivery truck into a machine that’s called a “separator.”. The tasting notes may be described as pungent, grassy, herbaceous, or peppery. This is clearly the case with you, or you would know that an ideal farming system needs both animals and plants. Google, you will find quite a bit. Cholesterol is good for you, we would literally die without it. Olive Oil Spread Pending by: Diann i've never heard of olive oil spread. – Not eating animal products is not anymore only about health, it’s about sustainable practices for our planet; about our future and that of our children. YES. I wrote a post about the nutrient density of butter than you can read here. You will find out plenty about the wonders of dairy. Some of the foods richest in this very important vitamin are natto (fermented soybeans that very few people can actually stand the taste of), grass-fed cheese, pastured egg yolks, liver, and butter. Regular or light olive oils have a neutral flavor that is somewhat similar to generic cooking oils like canola oil and vegetable oil. That sounds awful to me and fosters an unhealthy relationship with food. Butter vs. Olive Oil. Mediterranean Diet vs Paleo: How Do They Compare? By the way, veganism is one of the newest diets introduces to humankind. I do believe that we should listen to scientific consensus, and Joel Salatin doesn’t seem to be a scientist; instead he is a farmer with economical interests at stake, which makes him a great candidate for promoting biased ideas. Furthermore, some might not like to cook with olive oil with high temperature. Our brains are roughly 60% fat. These and other fats are essential for creating a moist, fluffy crumb in your sponge and deliciously flaky golden pastry. I’m guessing you did not do this because all of my sources are correct and factual, and you have no actual argument against the facts I have presented. Butter is the much better option to cook with or ghee as it has a higher smoke point. For years we have been writing (aceitedelcampo) about those almost magic powers of EVOO! If you attended elementary school in America, odds are good you know how butter is made, and you know that butter is far from margarine. There is simply not enough land to provide such animal pastures (and the crop fields that are used to feed our domestic farm animals.). Diana - So, olive oil is lower in saturated fat and the more olive oil there is in butter or margarine, the less dairy fat will be present, and therefore, less saturated fat. Its high smoke point (410ºF or 210ºC) is well above the ideal temperature for frying food (356ºF or 180ºC). Olive oil spread is simply olive oil kept at a cold enough temperature that it is able to solidify (become in solid form). I read it from this article…thoughts??? We should be aiming to eat saturated and trans fats in moderation. From what I’ve read it maintains it’s quality….”Extra virgin olive oil contains Vitamin E and many powerful antioxidants. I do believe that the article on this website perhaps presents butter benefits too highly. Please check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription. Our forefathers ate whole foods, untouched by science, industry and basic man. Butter has made a comeback as a “health-food”. And if intensive meat production is unhealthy and unethical, where does this leave us on the meat consumption debate? But I inform myself and consume products that don’t impact rainforests. This is a fact. And I love coconut oil! Great post olive has more unsaturated fat. http://amzn.to/12KU8wO But a friend of mine said becel margarine is basically like eating plastic, and way worse than butter. saturated fat is “bad” fat, ie, it is converted by the liver into cholesterol which can clog your arteries in your heart, neck, intestine. Those, along with trans fats, are the most unhealthy! I use this brand because even though the word refined sounds bad, it hasn’t gone through over processing and is sustainably harvested –> http://amzn.to/1ol2TaQ (and that’s an affiliate link). This is fat 101, pretty basic information. of butter has around 100 calories and 11.5 g of fat of which 7.3 g are saturated fats and 3 g are monounsaturated fatty acids. – You mention that cholesterol is not bad, if fact you said that cholesterol is beneficial. Both oils are healthy oils. Olive oil, a monounsaturated fat, is a good choice when looking for a healthful alternative to butter and margarine. Aside from setting off your fire alarm, this process releases free radicals, which are inflammatory compounds that can cause oxidative stress. That will give you facts that will amaze you. Butter has been making a major comeback as a ‘health food’. Dr. Attia breaks it down pretty well and as a doctor I’d highly suggest you read it: http://eatingacademy.com/nutrition/the-straight-dope-on-cholesterol-part-i. Great post! The liquid fat is getting by pressing the olives constantly. How many planets would we need if the world’s population had the average USA citizen lifestyle? Because of some of the earlier posts let me ramble just a little more. It is a myth that saturated fat is better for you. The body would not be able to function without cholesterol. As such, the label on olive oil looks the same no matter which kind of olive oil you buy, making it tough to judge what's healthiest. But butter is dairy, and the harmful effects of dairy have been exposed by several, including the mentioned The Enzyme Factor. I am not typing this comment to advocate against olive oil, because I think olive oil is perfectly fine as well. Swapping olive oil for butter cuts saturated fat. It improved bone and dental health, neurological function, is anti-carcinogenic and improves the development of fetuses during pregnancy. Which is true? Maybe if you ate some saturated fat your brain would function better and you would be able to grasp the fact that saturated fact is indeed healthy. It’s easy to identify the process used by looking at the name of the olive oil. Sadly, we have all been duped into believing that margarine is better for us than butter but here’s the deal with margarine…. LDL cholesterol is great, yeah right. Healthier alternatives to butter or margarine include olive oil and other vegetable oil–based spreads, which contain beneficial mono- and polyunsaturated fats. You can read more about how pastured based farms can save the environment here –> https://ancestral-nutrition.com/why-i-dont-support-meatless-monday/. (Geleijnse et al., 2004, pp. I usually get the becel margarine that is made with olive oil. Thank you for your time. Furthermore, our ancestors have not only survived but thrived on high saturated fat diets, they even revered several foods high in saturated fat as “scared foods” because they are so nutrient dense. Monounsaturated fat is the healthy fat in avocados and olive oil. I do not count calories, or carbs, or fats. This is something I see a lot. When sautéing in oil, use a minimal amount of oil. Humans are not herbivores. The digestibility of olive oil is not affected when it is heated, even when it is re-used several times for frying.”, What?? The separator spins, which divides the fat from the liquid. Not to mention I linked to legitimate information. Saturated fats are extremely healthy, while polyunsaturated fats are the undesirable fats we should avoid. They found that calcification of the arteries was the best predictor of heart disease. The excess liquid is called “butter milk” and is used to make ice cream and other products. According to chefs, butter is best used when caramelizing onions, frying eggs, finishing a steak, and, of course, spreading on top of warm muffins and lightly browned toast. According to the Department of Agriculture, 1 tbsp 1 2 . I definitely recommend you read Dr. Peter Attia’s series on cholesterol to educate yourself on the basics. Have you ever stopped and wondered whether olive oil is healthier than butter and which fat is better for cooking? ..just saying. – You can come back with the saying that eating meat made our ancestors succeed and develop into the homo sapiens. This military doesn’t do any clinical research so I’m not sure how that’s relevant? 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I believe if we today ate a balanced diet, including butter and oils we would live well, if only we got up and did something. Agree to disagree because you both make SOME valid points…however, you both make ALOT of rediculous statements. That could cause some problems as it will change the moisture of your product. Plus, pasture based operations reverse desertification! All bullshit. Please keep in touch! The wife and I are in our mid 80’s, we live independently 9 miles from the closest small community and are no where near thinking about a rest home. The American Heart Association is a joke. However, clarified butter, also known as ghee, has a much higher smoke point of 450ºF. Doctors suggest using olive oil rather than butter to make your meals. “And agriculture isn’t quite a war because the forests and wetlands and prairies, the rain, the soil, the air, can’t fight back. who? It is used in cooking and baking. Butter can be somewhat polarizing. Hence, I do see a flaw on Dani’s statement about our ancestors’ healthy diet free of environmental destruction. Olive oil, on the other hand, is widely known to be a healthy fat (move over, coconut oil! Use them as replacements for butter and margarine in most of your cooking, but watch the amounts – those fat calories can add up fast. The main type of fat found in all kinds of olive oil is monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs). Thankfully, butter is one of these foods. Dangerous article Mr Stout. http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/fat/art-20045550. I eat it on my salads just about every day. Butter oil concentrate cured rickets and increased serum levels of calcium and phosphorus in rats consuming a mineral-deficient diet. Should I believe someone still or better do my theory thought? Once churned, it’s ready to be packaged and sold. Yes! That is 5.3 planet Earths. That being said, I do enjoy butter! It’s not always a straight one to one substitution, there are several things to consider when deciding to use butter or oil. You sound like a really well adjusted person. Such a wonderful and insightful comment. I strive to make sure that I’m eating the most nutrient-dense foods available. I simply eat whole foods, when I want and how much I want. Most people still don’t know that you shouldn’t heat olive oil, I’m glad you brought it up! Olive oil and butter both rank among the most delicious cooking fats in the world, and are two favorites here in the United States. Now one last thing, three years ago I blew out the mitral valve in my heart so they had to operate. Clarified butter could possibly be interchangeable directly. Saturated fats increase cholesterol levels and increase chances for heart disease. By the time I was in high school I had churned more butter and candled more eggs than most people would see or eat in an entire lifetime. The biggest, and probably the important one, is that butter is only 80% oil. There is a reason why traditional cultures ate majority of their calories from saturated fats and have no incidence of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, etc. Like it was said on another comment, there are links and a variety of online articles to back up any opinion, so people with strong sentiments about something will stick to those references which support their own views. The amount we consume does not need to increase. Perhaps you should try to find out what the ecological footprint of a country like the USA is. The Mayo Clinic may say that, but science says otherwise. Hi Dani; I have read some of Dr. Weston Price’s work and have and use Sally Fallon’s Nourishing Traditions cookbook. You’re missing my point, and your points are incorrect. I also am trying this new approach and I am happier for it. While butter is safe to heat, olive oil easily oxidizes at higher temperatures. You clearly do not understand basic chemistry and maybe did not even read the article. And a lot of unhealthy fats, too. If you want to treat yourself to some butter sometimes, go for it. (Found in large amounts in processed and homemade sweets, pastries, fried foods and non lean meats). Fat causes diabetes? Would love to start including this in my diet more! The present is about taking action in a responsible way, not about craving meat of fooling people to believe that saturated fats are healthy. Unfortunately – searching for evidence online to intelligently debate a family members argument against consuming animal protein, I have to agree that avoiding animal protein seems to be well justified. More often, for tub margarine, plant-based solid fats are used such as palm or palm kernel oils. They count, and they died for your dinner…, Soil, species, rivers. Agriculture is carnivorous: what it eats is ecosystems, and it swallows them whole.”. Plants need the manure. You’re just like an anti-vaccination nutcase. I made a chart (below) illustrating the nutrient density of butter versus olive oil: Butter is much higher in vitamin K2 or menaquinone. Most of my diet consists of meals like this, and my good cholesterol (HDL) is at a 66 mg/dl and my VLDL is 13. But a few things I must say: the Allan Savory quote is not form a blog, mind you, it’s from professor James E. McWilliams, who quotes it from Savory himself at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0921800991900319 When it’s time to get lean and make everything tighter and leaner, butter is one of first thnings to get scrapped. It joins brands like MeadowLea and Gold’n Canola as one of the names under the Goodman Fielder Group to produce spreads and oils, as … You can also use olive oil if you’re making a marinade. Imagine if we utilized this model in arid lands! Cholesterol is not the enemy, cholesterol is BENEFICIAL. If we didn’t graze livestock on it, it would be a prairie fire waiting to happen, sending millions of tons of pollution into the atmosphere and a total waste of resources. (Read here for more detailed instructions.). The world is not the same as it was. Here are some suggestions and insights for baking with butter or oil. At least I will not tell people to eat butter as a healthy thing. Extra virgin olive oils made with unripe, green olives that are picked early in the growing season often have more intense, vibrant flavors. Even better, choose "light" margarines that list water as the first ingredient. Does butter require refrigeration at all times? It does not change that fact that saturated fats are good for you, which you would know had you bothered to do any actual research. Ideas about fats are going to continue to change as we discover new ideas through research. Why? It is a fact that butter is more nutrient dense than olive oil. 3 In addition, margarine contains trans-fatty acids that can be bad for your health. Oh yeah, there is that big fillet put up on your website design. Of course no food production is free of impacting the environment, but meat production is surely more aggressive and less sustainable. I find that so many vegans are disconnected from their food, where it comes from and how it is grown. It’s biotic cleansing, biocide. because they are full of saturated fats like butter!, basically what you are saying is that ice-cream, black pudding, bacon, doughnuts…etc have the Polyunsaturated fats contain Omega-3 fatty acids which have an anti-inflammatory effect and are beneficial in brain development and function. Please read up on latest cholesterol information and let me know if you would like to disucss further or if you have any questions. And so is this “trend” about glamorizing saturated fats. The China Study isn’t even peer reviewed, it’s a complete joke. Butter is naturally high in cholesterol and saturated fats, while margarine is made up of to 80 percent of heart-healthy poly- and monounsaturated fatty acids. Price also believed that Activator X played an important role in bone health. Saturated fat is the most unhealthy. They endorse Subway! That is fine, but that is the past, and it’s just a way of denying the fact that today we have a responsibility towards our present environment. Or how damaging growing legumes and grains is? A toast to better health Saturated fats, like the fat found in grass-fed meat, dairy, butter, wild seafood, etc are rich in omega-3s. Only that should blow up any credibility this article could possibly have had. It is better for frying. From the Weston A. It contains around 20 per cent saturated fatty acids. Saturated fats are extremely healthy, while polyunsaturated fats are the undesirable fats we should avoid. But unless you’re pan is way too hot, you’ll never reach the point where olive oil becomes “unstable”. Monounsaturated fat is known to lower LDL, and may even increase HDL. Butter’s burns at about 300 degrees. I already said that crops are not impact free. It’s all about the choices we make, which should not only be based on health ideas, but on realizing that the way we live (and eat) is unsustainable. Pasteurization is a process in which foods are treated with mild heat (typically less than 212°F) to kill bacteria and extend shelf life. I also wanted to add. Saturated fats and trans fats are the “bad” fats. It is proven that olive oil reduces inflammation and reduces the amount of clogged arteries caused by eating too much saturated fat such as butter. For some, it calls to mind sinful decadence and holiday cooking with abandon. You are a true testament to the power of real, ancestral food. Here’s some reading to help you out: http://www.bmj.com/press-releases/2013/10/22/observations-saturated-fat-not-major-issue I am just kind of mind blown at how many people are trying to say that saturated fat is bad and polyunsaturated fats are good. Here is an example. We get it, sometimes there is no substitute for butter - but this simple swap works more often than you might think, especially in recipes that call for softened or melted butter. It eliminates necessary vitamins and minerals and is horrible for the environment. If you do not trust the USDA, look up the figures yourself. Many stick margarines may contain trans fat, so tubs are usually better. Just skim it off and keep cooking until the butter is clear. I still prefer to cook, at least high heat cook with pastured lard or coconut oil. Fat chance! For those, perhaps on a Keto diet, it’s a healthy, filling, dietary fat that’s an essential component of their weight loss diet. T. Colin Campbell is a nut. Again, you’re clearly in denial about the environmental impact a vegan diet has on the earth. Those in the highest third of vitamin K2 intakes were 52 percent less likely to develop severe calcification of the arteries, 41 percent less likely to develop heart disease, and 57 percent less likely to die from it. Both methods persist today. Food availability and prices, greenhouse gases emissions, climate change, and simply animal rights and cruelty are to weight heavier than health and cravings when choosing what to eat and what to not eat. The butter figures might be similar in other sources as you said (although as others pointed out here, the fried olive oil info you gave is false), but only pro-meat lobbied individuals and organizations would say that saturated fats are good for you. That’s all. I don’t even know why I’m responding to this nonsense when you clearly know nothing about health or nutrition. Bottom line: Olive, canola and safflower oils are healthier choices overall than butter and most margarines. Choose soft margarine (tub or liquid) over harder stick forms. Not to mention the fact that so many vegetarians cannot seem to comprehend – the land NEEDS animals. The researchers collected data on the vitamin K intakes of the subjects between 1990 and 1993 and measured the extent of heart disease in each subject, who had died from it and how this related to vitamin K2 intake and arterial calcification. Yes, EVOO has a relatively low smoke point of around 350º to 410ºF. I do know about holistic management, which is nothing else than a meat eating man’s attempt to mix environmental solutions to eating meat. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20071648?itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_RVDocSum&ordinalpos=2%20Am%20J%20Clin%20Nutr. Again, moderation…………………..I feel consuming large amounts of any type of food is poor advice. 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