Butter Is Better
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We know that butter tastes better than margarines and vegetable oil spreads, but is it actually better for you and beneficial to your health? Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, and author of Nourishing Traditions explains that the answer is definitively "YES!" Today, she goes over the nutrients in butter today - like fat-soluble vitamins A, D and K, important trace minerals, arachidonic acid, cholesterol, and the Wulzen factor - and she explains the benefits that they offer us and our children. She also reviews the problematic ingredients found in butter substitutes that can lead to thyroid issues, arthritis, infertility, skin rashes, and more. In sum, Sally makes a strong case, based on scientific evidence, that is butter is a better choice, in every respect. Visit Sally's website: nourishingtraditions.com Take our podcast survey (to enter to win our free book on WAPF's 11 dietary principles) Check out our sponsors: Paleo Valley, Marithyme Seafood Company, Optimal Carnivore Order the "Why Butter is Better" brochure
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