Nutella quickly established itself as the star of the snack, it would even have an annoying tendency to make us addicted, let’s face it. AT the occasion of this #worldnutelladayIFans of the famous spread will be able to find numerous publications honoring her on social networks.
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— World Nutella Day (@nutelladay) January 25, 2023
Should we feel guilty if we eat Nutella?
Adored by some and decried by others because of its high fat and sugar content, Nutella leaves no one indifferent. But what is it really, is this spread so caloric?
With its 538 kcal per 100 g, 10 g of hazelnut spread on bread contains as many calories as a knob of butter and a teaspoon of jam. Yes, but Nutella is also rich in Palm oil (it contains 20%), a formidable saturated fatty acid for cardiovascular health that has “no nutritional value” according to ANSES. Its consumption even goes against current nutritional recommendations aimed at reducing the lipid intake of the French population. There is also the question of the consequences of the exploitation of palm oil for the planet.
To have fun without feeling guilty, the easiest way is to do it yourself homemade spreadin which the agave syrup advantageously replaces the 20% palm oil and 55% sugar of the spread originating from Italy.
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