Nutritional Value Of Buttermilk

Nutritional Value Of Buttermilk
Nutritional Value Of Buttermilk

At one point buttermilk only substance that was left after making butter. Buttermilk has evolved and now comes in both low-fat and skim versions. It is also available in a lactose-free form for people who can not tolerate lactose. An 8-oz. serving contains 100 calories
fat and cholesterol
One serving of buttermilk contains 1 g saturated fat which is eight percent of the recommended daily intake or daily value for saturated fat. A 1-cup serving of buttermilk also contains 10 mg cholesterol which is four percent of the daily value of cholesterol.
Sodium
One cup of buttermilk contains 260 mg of sodium which is 10 percent of a person’s recommended daily intake.
carbohydrates
One serving of buttermilk contains 10 g carbohydrates four percent of the daily value. Buttermilk contains no fiber
protein
One cup of buttermilk has 8 g of protein . This is 15 percent of the recommended daily allowance for protein.
Vitamins
Buttermilk contains several vitamins: A (two percent of the daily value) C (four per cent) B-6 (four percent) B-12 (10 percent) thiamine (six percent) and riboflavin (12 percent).
other Nutrients
Buttermilk is a significant source of calcium (30 percent of the daily value) and phosphorus (20 percent). One serving of buttermilk also contains eight percent of the daily value of zinc and magnesium and four percent of the daily value of folate.

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