Cutting butter and cream from your diet will improve your health, an official review has concluded.
The fats have been demonised since the 1970s, but some evidence also suggests they have health benefits.
A 443-page report aimed to end the debate once and for all.
It said there was no need to change official advice that saturated fat should make up no more than 10 percent of an adult’s daily intake. The matter is still far from settled, however - as one critic responded by calling the authors "incompetent".
The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition advised replacing butter with low-fat spread, full-fat milk with semi-skimmed, and cream with yoghurt. It also warned against the effects of eating too much cheese, fatty meat, cake, biscuits and pastries.