How FATTENING is LARD?

is lard alot fattening compared to normal grease? (not olive oil)
lard is another word for fat so butter = fat and oils are alot better margarine is like pretty much pure fat
it is awfully fattening and contains high amount of cholesterol and i think its outstandingly disgusting to drink a tub or a glass of lard and come on thats dicey man lard is another word for fat so butter = fat and oils are alot better margarine is like pretty much pure fat
Answers:    Lard is the rendered fat from the pig. Lard has be used for centuries in China, parts of Europe and in the U.S. Usually it is around 40% saturated, 50% monounsaturated, and about 10% polyunsaturated hefty. It is a good stable fat that is to say good for you. In many cases, ignorance of fat has generated the crazies to replace margarine with dangerous unstable, vegetable oil, especially the partially hydrogenated kinds that create big problems for the human body.

"Normal Oil" is not a well brought-up term to describe what you mean. I am assuming you are referring to vegetable oil and those are terrible for you.

You need to bring a good quantity of your each day calories from fat. Your body needs it to function properly. Low lubricant diets can be very destructive to the body. Your heart runs on saturated fat, every cell in your body has membranes that surround the cell to be precise made of of fatty acids, and your endocrine system cannot make hormones if the body is deficient surrounded by fats.

To put it simply and plainly, you need to put away fat to lose fat.

Good luck to you
Well considering its pure corpulent.
Of course not.
Its very low calorie.
LARD = FAT...how much u eat is how grease you will get.