Sherry A. Phillips

Suspense Author

Why Real Butter Is Healthy For You!


Are you one of those people who have given up eating real butter and instead, eat something similar called margarine or a “butter substitute?”


There is nothing wrong with eating good, real, organic butter. Everything in moderation right?

Do you know what you’re eating when you are consuming margarine or low-fat substitutes? Chemicals and fillers to try and help that product taste more like the real thing. Do you really want to put more chemicals in your body?

I don’t.

Some people are vegan and don’t use any animal products and I understand their reasoning for using a substitute. However, for those of you who are not vegan and are still using these chemically modified substitutes, here are ten healthy reasons for you to enjoy the real thing from our friends at Green Med.

1. Butter is the most easily absorbable source of vitamin A which supports the thyroid and adrenal glands, and in turn, the cardiovascular system.

2. Butter doesn’t lead to excess body fat since its short and medium chain fatty acids are burned for quick energy and not stored, and it also gives a feeling of satiety that may decrease cravings and over-eating.

3. It’s rich in anti-oxidants including vitamins A and E, as well as selenium protecting against heart disease as well as cancer.

4. Butter is a good source of dietary cholesterol which acts as an anti-oxidant, repairing damage from free radicals caused by rancid fats, vegetable oils and trans fats. Cholesterol is also important for the development of the brain and nervous system in children.

5. The saturated fat in butter consists of short and medium chain fatty acids which have anti-tumor properties and also strengthen the immune system.

6. Butter contains conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) which are cancer protective.

7. When in its raw state and not pasteurized, butter has an anti-stiffness property called the Wulzen factor, that protects against arthritis, cataracts and hardening of the arteries.

8. Butter is a good source of iodine in a highly absorbable form and necessary for proper thyroid function.

9. It promotes gastro-intestinal health and decreases rates of diarrhea in children.

10. Butter is a good source of vitamin K2 which prevents tooth decay and builds strong teeth and bones.

So get yourself some raw, organic butter and enjoy!

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