Raw Cow Butter A2/A2 Unsalted Cultured 1-LB

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RAW MILK A2/A2 Cow Butter, Cultured, unsalted SPRING HARVEST (1-lb) for pets.

I love feeding this food to young puppies and kittens; raw spring harvest, grass-finished, A2 butter is a "super" fat superfood that helps develop brilliantly smarter, better functioning brains and healthier teeth!

Contains plentiful amounts of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) a fatty acid particularly beneficial to health and rare to find in other foods. CLA is a type of fatty acid that helps with weight loss and fat reduction in general. It is also a potent cancer fighting fat.

The butter’s brilliant yellow is the 100% natural beta carotene from the cow’s diet of rapidly growing grass. With grass based sustainable farming, yellow is the symbol of quality. Especially in the spring time, this butter has an almost florescent glow.

“What is the difference between regular butter and cultured butter”?

The regular butter is made from fresh raw cream and the cultured butter is made from fresh raw sour cream. We culture the cream for 24 hours at around 90 degrees, which is then called raw sour cream. When we churn the cream into butter we get the buttermilk, whereas from the sour cream we get the cultured buttermilk.

Why Butter is better

Vitamins: Butter is a rich source of easily absorbed
vitamin A , needed for a wide range of functions,
from maintaining good vision to keeping the endocrine
system in top shape. Butter also contains all
the other fat-soluble vitamins (D, E and K2), which
are often lacking in the modern industrial diet.

Minerals : Butter is rich in important trace minerals,
including manganese, chromium, zinc, copper
and selenium (a powerful antioxidant). Butter provides
more selenium per gram than wheat germ or
herring. Butter is also an excellent source of iodine.

Fatty Acids : Butter provides appreciable amounts
of short- and medium-chain fatty acids, which support
immune function, boost metabolism and have
anti-microbial properties; that is, they fight against
pathogenic microorganisms in the intestinal tract.
Butter also provides the perfect balance of omega-3
and omega-6 essential fatty acids. Arachidonic acid
in butter is important for brain function, skin health
and prostaglandin balance.


Glycospingolipids : These are a special category
of fatty acids that protect against gastro-intestinal
infections, especially in the very young and the elderly.
Children given reduced fat milks have higher
rates of diarrhea than those who drink whole milk.

Cholesterol: Despite all of the misinformation
you may have heard, cholesterol is needed to maintain
intestinal health and for brain and nervous system
development in the young.

WULZEN FACTOR : A hormone-like substance that
prevents arthritis and joint stiffness, ensuring that
calcium in the body is put into the bones rather than
the joints and other tissues. The Wulzen factor is
present only in raw butter and cream; it is destroyed
by pasteurization.

CLA: When butter comes from cows eating green grass, it contains high levels of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a compound that gives excellent protection against cancer and also helps the body build muscle rather than store fat.