Infographic: Why Butter Is Good For You

grass-fed butter

It’s no secret that grass-fed butter is one of the most Bulletproof foods you can eat. It’s high in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and healthy fats. It makes anything taste good, and it turns coffee into a delicious milkshake. Butter is so magical it deserved an infographic. We’re about to post a video of a lecture I gave about “secret butter powers,” earlier this year at BIL.

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