Butter Bounces Back

Kerrygold is a tasty brand of Irish butter, made with grass-fed, hormone-free cows' milk on dairy farms.
Kerrygold is a tasty brand of Irish butter, made with grass-fed, hormone-free cows’ milk on dairy farms.

In the New York Times op-ed, “Butter Is Back,” Mark Bittman urges us to go back to eating butter, if we don’t already.

The days of skinless chicken breasts and tubs of “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter” may finally, be drawing to a close.

A study, published in the journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, found that there’s just no evidence to support the notion that saturated fat increases the risk of heart disease. (In fact, there’s some evidence that a lack of saturated fat may be damaging.)

Somewhere, “Julia Child, goddess of fat, is beaming.” The villains in our diet are sugar, ultra-processed foods, and industrial meat.

h/t: NYT

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