Tällaista kirjoittelevat pyhien lehmien ja gheen valtakunnassa: The New Indian Express: For butter or for worse
Here are some of the health benefits of consuming butter:
Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA): Raw organic pastured butter has anti-tumour CLA. It inhibits the growth of cancer cells in the skin, colon, breasts and lungs. It’s anti-fungus and it stimulates muscle growth while preventing weight gain.
Butyric Acid: Butter contains 4 per cent butyric acid—a short chain fatty acid that inhibits tumours. It signals the immune system when infections brew up.
Vitamin K2: Raw, organic, pastured butter and cream contains vitamin K2—a necessary co-factor in
Vitamin D synthesis. K2 also ushers calcium out of bloodstream and into bone cells, which increases bone density instead of calcifying arterial and heart tissue.
Fat-soluble Vitamins: Butter is a good source of the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K and a vehicle for their assimilation.
Wulzen Factor: Raw, unpasteurised butter, cream and milk contain the ‘Wulgen Factor’, an anti-stiffness agent. It protects against calcification of the joints (osteoarthritis) as well as cataracts, and the calcification of the pineal gland. Pasteurisation destroys this Wulgen Factor.