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Contrary to popular belief, completely eliminating butter from your diet may be BAD for your health! Learn all the benefits of eating butter here! The origins of butter go back thousands of years to when our ancestors first started domesticating animals.
In fact, the first written reference to butter was found on a year old limestone tablet illustrating how butter was made.
So how did butter become a villain in the quest for good health? At the turn of our century, heart disease in America was rare. Byit was our number one killer. Numerous subsequent studies costing hundreds of millions of dollars, have failed to conclusively back up this claim.
While Americans drastically reduced their intake of natural animal fats like butter and meat, the processed food industry, particularly the low-fat food industry, proliferated. When the baby boomers were children, concerned mothers began to replace butter with margarine.
The margarine manufacturers told them it was the healthier alternative and mothers believed them. In those days no one asked, "where is the science to prove it? I want to know before I give this man-made, plastized stuff to my children.
After all we humans have been eating butter for thousands of years? Is Margarine Better than Butter? This is a tragic myth. Butter is a completely natural food essential to your health - especially when you eat organic.
Margarines, on the other hand, are a processed food, created chemically from refined polyunsaturated oils. Margarine and similar hydrogenated or processed polyunsaturated oils are potentially more detrimental to your health than any saturated fat. Include Real Butter as part of Your Body Ecology Lifestyle As many of you already know, I am a strong proponent of including a variety of healthy oils and fats into your diet.
Together they work as a team to supply your body with essential fatty acids for longevity, hormone balance, heart health, sharp vision, glowing moist skin and energy. The wonderful variety of oils and fats certainly includes organic, preferably raw butter.
Cultured raw butter is even better. And why would I be so insistent that you eat butter? Take a look at the long list of the benefits you receive when you include it in your diet: Contains lecithin, essential for cholesterol metabolism.
Contains anti-oxidants that protect against free radical damage.
Has anti-oxidants that protect against weakening arteries. Is a great source of Vitamins E and K. Is a very rich source of the vital mineral selenium. Saturated fats in butter have strong anti-tumor and anti-cancer properties. Protects against tooth decay. Is your only source of an anti-stiffness factor, which protects against calcification of the joints.The Advantages Of Stupidity Yet.
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On the positive side, functional stupidity has ‘significant benefits’ () because it provides ‘a sense of certainty that allows organizations to function smoothly’, which can ‘save the organization and its members from the frictions provoked by doubt and reflection’ ().
Functional stupidity can be catastrophic, however a dose of stupidity can be useful. The book advises how to counter stupidity or reduce the consequences, how to exploit it, and how to benefit.
The Benefits of Looking Stupid “Anytime you try to do something impossible, you’re going to look a little stupid. Fortunately, it doesn’t really matter what other people think because everyone gets to live only one life, their own.” ~Joel Runyon at Blog of Impossible Things [ ]. Stupidity, graphed.
The non-stupid are a flawed and inconsistent bunch.
Sometimes we act intelligently, sometimes we are selfish bandits, sometimes we act helplessly and are taken advantage of by.