No. It is important to minimize “bad” saturated fats intake and at the same time provide enough beneficial “good” unsaturated fats. Therefore, it is better to use fat spread than butter.
Besides the use of spread, it is important to avoid foods high in saturated fats such as full fat dairy foods including butter and cheese, fatty meat products, biscuits, cakes and deep fries. Spreads are made of a healthy blend of vegetable oil, contain less saturated fats than butter. In addition spreads are a source of Vitamins A, D for which there are not many alternative sources in the daily diet.