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People Are Putting Butter In Their Coffee, and This Is How It Could Save Your Life

You may already be aware, but there is a new trend going around that involves everyone’s morning routine – at least for coffee drinkers. Millions of people drink coffee every day in America – and a lot of them have more than one cup (I’m on my third as I write this). If you’re one of those people who puts cream and sugar in their coffee, or maybe milk, then you need to discover the reasons why butter is better. Not only does it give you that creamy taste you already love in your coffee, it has other benefits. Let’s learn more about the popular trend of putting butter in your morning coffee.

When adding butter to your coffee, there is only one kind of fat that you should use – grass-fed butter. In stores, the most common one that you may find is called Kerrygold – which hails from Ireland. This European butter is not only delicious and high quality, it is a healthier choice.

Many American cows are fed soy and corn because it is cheap. But what cow eats these grains naturally – none. Cows are supposed to graze on grass in a wide-open field. So when cows are given a grass-fed diet, the milk and meat they produce is much healthier and more natural. It’s just common sense.

Cows that are fed soy and corn produce fats that are not good for your body. Why? Because they don’t fully digest the corn and soy. But grass-fed cows easily digest their diet and produce the best milk and beef. That’s why you want butter produced from grass-fed cows.

With that cleared up, you should add grass-fed butter to your coffee because it gives you the fats that help regulate your cholesterol levels. These butters have a balance of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids and provide ample amounts of vitamin K. These all reduce your risk of heart disease.

 

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