I seriously can’t believe how many people still think butter is bad for you!!! They say it is fattening or unhealthy.
Butter is SO delicious and nutritious it should be in everyone’s fridge for good health.
My favourite butter and the best I believe available is made by the biodynamic cows of Paris Creek dairy. My granny says it tastes just like what butter used to taste like 70 years ago. In Melbourne, you can get a variety of lovely butter from Terra Madre in Northcote.
Why Is Butter So Good For You?
It contains vitamin A, Lauric acid, lecithin – note lecithin metabolises cholesterol. Grass-fed butter in moderation will not increase your cholesterol levels, margarine and vegetable oils will.
It also contains minerals, Vitamin D, E, K, Activator X and the good fats it contains are great for your hormones.
Butter is a glorious superfood! It even has anti-cancer agents, strengthens bones and prevents tooth decay. It can balance blood sugar and the fats it contains are also essential to children’s brain and nervous system development. It has properties of anti-stiffness factor which prevent calcification of the joints, arteries and pineal gland.
Who Can Benefit From Butter?
Everyone! Babies over 4 months, children, teenagers, women and men, pregnant and breastfeeding women, it’s also great for fertility and balancing hormones. I recommend 1-3 tablespoons per day. It is probably the only dairy food that lactose intolerant people can efficiently digest.
So I urge you to try some real, organic, grass-fed butter and enjoy and feel the goodness!
Holistic Health Coach Melbourne
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