Salo, unlike meat, is not just a product, but an ethno-product, a folk product, purely Slavic, although it refers more to Ukraine, since there they are not only loved and know how to cook perfectly, but they have also been elevated to a real cult.
Salo is rich in fat-soluble vitamins A, E and D, and, most importantly, it is neither radioactive nor carcinogenic. Salo contains arachidonic acid, which is an unsaturated fat and is one of the essential fatty acids. Arachidonic acid helps the body turn on the "immune response" when it encounters viruses and bacteria. Therefore, it is recommended to include salo in the winter diet.