Foods of animal origin – meat and meat products, eggs, fish, milk and dairy products – represent a significant source of high-quality protein and minerals in nutrition. However, these foods also contain high amounts of fat whose composition is not always good. There are predominantly saturated fatty acids and cholesterol, whose increased consumption is unsuitable for health. The exception is fish that are rich in healthy fats.

Therefore, you need to take care a few rules to choose foods of animal origin, which you can find in the following articles.


Ghee, a clarified butter, pure butterfat without water and milk proteins. It is suitable for people with lactose intolerance, but people with allergy to cow’s milk protein should be careful.