Butter For A Healthy Lifestyle

News coverage that advances the idea that saturated fat, which is found in butter, is bad for your health. That may have been the general consensus several decades ago, but based on recent studies, it’s widely agreed upon that butter can be a stepping stone on your journey toward a healthy lifestyle.

Butter does contain some trans fats, dairy trans fats are considered healthy, unlike trans fats from processed foods. The conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) found in butter is associated with several health benefits it may reduce the risk of cancer, promote weight loss, and improve cardiovascular health.

Butter does contain some trans fats, dairy trans fats are considered healthy, unlike trans fats from processed foods. The conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) found in butter is associated with several health benefits it may reduce the risk of cancer, promote weight loss, and improve cardiovascular health.

Butters vitamin and mineral breakdown demonstrates that it is a nutrient-dense food. It provides vitamins A, D, E, B12, and K2, some of which have antioxidant properties that help with health problems.

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7 responses to “Butter For A Healthy Lifestyle

  1. I looooooove butter. It doesn’t love me, but we’ll work it out. 🙂

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  2. I am like my father, he refused to switch to margarine. He said if he couldn’t eat butter, he wouldn’t eat any substitute for it. I also won’t ever drink a diet soda. If I need to do that, I will drink water. Ha!! Stubborn old folks sometimes aren’t all wrong. Good post!!

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    • Growing up in the country, one of my jobs was milking the 3 cows. Grin, part of the milk was allowed to set in the milkhouse then the cream was skimmed off to make butter(that was one of my sister’s jobs) to be eaten at home or to sold Saturday morning at the market. Excess milk went to the hogs as a supplemental feed mixed with corn, sorghum or cotton seed.

      Happy Hardening

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  3. Bring back butter! I ate poly whatsit spreads for around 30 years, on reaching 50 I decided enough. I believe in moderation, butter is beneficial.

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