With all the “studies” that have shown that butter isn’t good for you because it is a saturated fat. How can butter be better than margarine?
Butter has a bit of a bad history because it has been classified as a “saturated fat”. The problem lies in the interpretation of what this could mean to your body and arteries.
As with all things in health, the news media can’t seem to make up their mind over what is healthy and what isn’t. It seems that the media really doesn’t report the FACTS!
Some of the “facts” aren’t at all what they appear to be.
–>> Here is a little something to think about – butter has been around much longer than our heart and obesity problems.
Butter is a HEALTHY saturated fat and many of the studies that say it’s bad aren’t as factual as they would have you believe.
For more info on this scroll down to the video for some explanations why there is such a difference in “studies”, take a few minutes to watch the video below.
At 18:44 you will learn about a lie exposed in a Estrogen vs Heart Disease study too.
At 38:56 You might be interested in the Kelloggs Low fat study that showed the opposite of what they advertised.
…80 percent of non-randomized studies (by far the most common type) turn out to be wrong, as do 25 percent of supposedly gold-standard randomized trials, and as much as 10 percent of the platinum-standard large randomized trials…
… researchers were frequently manipulating data analyses, chasing career-advancing findings rather than good science, and even using the peer-review process—in which journals ask researchers to help decide which studies to publish—to suppress opposing views…
What Makes Butter Good
Grass fed butter is naturally chock full of good vitamins including fat-soluble vitamin K2. Maybe K2 is new to you. It’s not as commonly talked about as A or E (which is also in butter) and it is a powerfully healthy vitamin.
It plays a role in cleaning out the calcium from areas in your body that shouldn’t have it which works to keeping arteries clean and soft. This keeps your arteries cleared, reducing risk of heart attack, and helps to keep your bones strong.
Butyrate in Butter
Butyrate is a fatty acid linked to reduced rates of colon cancer and shown to reduce body fat.
What they are seeing in these cancer cells is they are actually maturing into normal cells.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid in Butter
Another fatty acid shown to promote fat loss. It is also been associated as an anti-carcinogen. The weight loss popularity of Linoleic Acid is made it so you can get it in your butter or in supplement form.
What about Cholesterol in Butter?
Believe it or not we actually DO need cholesterol. We need it to keep our intestines healthy and operating right. We need it for early development of the nervous system and the brain. This is why kids NEED their milk.
The fat in butter is partially why it tastes so good plus some of the fat isn’t the type of fat that goes in your mouth and sits on your hips. This fat is used as energy by your vital organs.
Cooking with Butter
Butter will burn at a high heat so if you need to cook at high temperatures you may want to choose a different healthy oil for this.