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The healing power of butter

  1. Butter is wrongly in bad light when it comes to cardiovascular diseases. Around the year 1900, there were virtually no cardiovascular diseases and butter consumption was much higher. In the US, people ate 9 kilos per person. In the year 1960 this had dropped to 2 kilos per person. Still, scientists linked the high number of heart patients in 1960 to butter consumption. Nobody asked about the scientific evidence, they heard a scientist say it so it must be true. 50 years later, mankind places less value on authorities and some people set their brain cells in motion by thinking for themselves.

Butter: good for the thyroid and adrenal glands

  1. Butter is a natural product. It consists of the fats contained in milk

Good against fungi, bacteria and viruses

  1. There is lauric acid in butter. That works well against all kinds of fungi, viruses and bacteria. Lauric acid, for example, is an effective medicine for candida yeast infections. In addition, it works against the following bacteria and viruses: HIV

Butter contains antioxidants

  1. Antioxidants are found in many healthy foods such as vegetables, fruit and green tea

Vitamins A, D, E and K

  1. In addition to vitamin A, butter contains a lot of vitamin D, E and vitamin K. The mineral selenium is largely present in cream butter. This makes butter a rich source of vitamins. Vitamin D is not found in a lot of plant-based food, so it is no harm for vegetarians to eat butter. Vitamin D promotes calcium absorption

Butter contains linoleic acid

  1. Unilever shows off margarine, industrial fake butter containing linoleic acid

Healthy cholesterol

  1. The Myth: cholesterol leads to cardiovascular disease, is stubbornly maintained by Dutch commercial institutes. Cholesterol is not responsible for arteriosclerosis but oxidized

Why do we think butter is bad?

  1. Scientifically, butter is much healthier than the tasteless margarine from food manufacturers. The biggest difference is in advertising or propaganda. As a result, many people think they 'know' that butter is bad. This is a result of the work of university-trained psychologists who have become marketers and can mislead an entire world population.

  2. Scientifically, butter is much healthier than the tasteless margarine from food manufacturers. The biggest difference is in advertising or propaganda. As a result, many people believe that they 'know' that butter is bad. This is a result of the work of university-trained psychologists who have become marketers and can mislead an entire world population.



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