- Rich in vitamin A
- Butter is necessary for thyroid, adrenal health and good eye vision
- It contains lauric acid that is essential for treating fungal infections and candida
- The fat contains lecithin, which is important for cholesterol metabolism
- Butter protects the body against free radical damage and weakening of arteries, as it contains anti-oxidants
- It contains conjugated lenoleic acid that serves as a potent anti-cancer agent, muscle builder and immunity booster
- The fat promotes fertility in women and also offers protection against tooth decay
- The only source of an anti-stiffness factor, butter protects the calcification of the joints and pineal gland, prevents hardening of arteries and cataract
- The fat enables body to absorb minerals, as it is a source of Activator X.
- It contains cholesterol that is significant for children’s brain and nervous system development
- Butter protects toddlers and elderly people from gastrointestinal infections
- It is a source of Vitamin K2, which is important for treating arthris, osteoporosis, tooth decay, tuberculosis, emphysema and asthma
- The fat helps in keeping skin smooth and healthy
- Butter provides padding to protect vital organs and the skeleton against bumps and falls
- It insulates the body from temperature variations
What’s not to like – in moderation ofcourse?