Butter is one of those foods that can turn bland meals into masterpieces. But in the past few decades, it has been blamed for everything from obesity to heart disease. Recently, butter has been making a comeback as a “health food.”
Have you ever suspected that the tired ‘artery clogging fats' line and ‘fats are bad' pieces were based on a bunch of bologna?
Well, you would be correct. Not only are many doctors trying to bust the fat myths, but new research says the old info that guided health policy and major food system changes all these years just doesn't add up.
Researchers are urging a return to butter and whole milk.
Check out the new research on saturated fat myths and heart health below. This writer and Weston A. Price support whole food, organic, unpasteurized and grassfed dairy products.
Want grassfed butter from the store? Look for Kerrygold butter and cheese. Want to look for a local farm source for fresh milk and other products? I've mapped over 20 online places to locate yours today.
PS – The papers and articles about the origin of the saturated-fat-clogs-your-arteries myth are vast. If you want …
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