Time for a Margarine Makeover: EN Shows the Way

Broihier, Kitty
April 2007
Environmental Nutrition;Apr2007, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p2
The article provides information about margarine and offers tips on how to have nutritious spreads. Margarine which are good for the diet must contain 80 percent vegetable oil. Margarine includes traditional stick margarine, regular tub margarine, light, low-fat and fat-free tub margarine and spread. For a better spread, its is important to check for the Nutrition Facts, make sure that it contains oil or water and avoid brands of margarine which contain hydrogenated oils.


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