Butter is generally healthy, but it may contribute to weight gain when eaten in excess. Butter is low in lactose, so moderate amounts should be safe for most people with lactose intolerance.
1. Butter is an excellent source of Vitamins A,D,E,and K-2.
2. Great source and perfect balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fats.
3. An excellent source of good cholesterol.
4. Butter is a milk product produced from milk fat.
5. Butter is rich in the short and medium-chain fatty acids that deter tumor growth.
6. Butter is high in cholesterol that is a good thing because our brain and nervous system needs cholesterol to develop properly, but should be eaten moderately because too much consumption is not good for you either.
7. Butter contains glycospingolipids, a special category of fatty acids that protect against gastro-intestinal infection, especially in the very young and the elderly.
8. Essential for proper development of bone structure.
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