Butter and spreads can contribute large amounts of fat, saturated fat, and calories to your diet. The good news is that spreads no longer contain trans fat due to a 2015 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ruling that banned artificial trans fats from foods in the United States. It’s worth noting that regular butter, though, contains almost half a gram of naturally occurring trans fat per tablespoon.
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