The Nutritional Benefits of Grass Fed Butter
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hey guys I’m back in this video we’re going to talk about the benefits of grass-fed butter now I know you’ve been taught that butter has saturated fats so it’s going to clog your arteries and you’re going to die of a heart attack but now even they are saying it’s okay to consume and there is no relationship between consuming more butter and getting heart disease okay let’s just talk about the benefits of butter especially for the heart and the cardiovascular system there’s over 400 different fatty acids if you know anything about anatomy and physiology there’s essential fatty acids we need fatty acids to surround the cell to support the brains to part the nervous system to support hormones so these are very very necessary so when you go on a low-fat diet you cut out a lot of that raw material number two fat soluble vitamins okay especially vitamin k2 vitamin k2 is amazing it has the ability to take calcium out of the wrong place in your body like if it’s in the joint or it’s in the heart it’s on the arteries in fact the soft tissue calcium there’s certain tests to measure soft tissue calcium in the heart and the arteries that is a better indicator of your cholesterol levels for indicating risk of heart disease so we need this vitamin to keep the calcium out of the soft tissues okay very important and guess what this is in the fat fatty foods the exact things that people told you to avoid to support the heart now everything is reversed vitamin A which is really important also in calcium metabolism supporting the kidney the eyes the immune system the skin it’s a really essential vitamin this is retinol so this is the active form of vitamin A as compared to vegetables which are the pre about a minute it has to turn into retinol which a lot of times it only like it’s like a 4% of actual pre vitamin A that turns into actual active vitamin A then we have something called CLA conjugated linoleic acid in grass-fed butter there’s five times more than grain fed cows that make the butter so this is incredible for supporting the cardiovascular system and decrease seeing your risk of heart disease it’s also good for your metabolism as well omega-3 it has more omega-3 grass-fed as more than the grain fed okay so another really good anti-inflammatory something good for the heart and also MCTS medium chain triglycerides that provides the body for a better type of feel easier fats to digest on your gallbladder your liver and also this can help support fat burning as well to stimulate ketosis so overall grass-fed butter is something you don’t have to be worried about I suggest you start consuming it I like the carry goal that’s easy to find but there’s a lot of different other other different types of butter that you can get but just make sure it’s grass-fed alright put your comments below
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Dr. Berg talks about the nutritional benefits of grass-fed butter.
1. Essential fatty acids
2. Fat-soluble vitamins – K2 (takes calcium out of the soft tissues and arteries. Vitamin A is also good in the immune system, the eyes, and the skin.
3. CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) – great for cardiovascular system and weight loss.
4. Omega 3
5. MCTs – medium chain triglycerides.
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kerrygold is a great grass fed butter, which is easy to find in the stores.
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