Why You Should Be Cooking with Butter!

dietary fat heart disease Mar 16, 2020

Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was magic substance that we could coat our food in to help it brown up nice and crisp when we cook it, taste better when we eat it, help our body to absorb vital nutrients and help us feel satisfied and full when we digested it?  

What if this fantastical substance could help raise our good, HDL cholesterol, lower inflammation, help sustain naturally balanced hormone levels, keep our cells fluid and healthy, and promote beautiful glowing skin and shiny hair?

Wouldn’t that be amazing?

That would be the ultimate “health food!”

Good news!  

It already exists and is plentiful in our everyday lives.

What is it?

Dietary fat.

And oils.

That’s right, natural dietary fats and oils are nature's perfect cooking ingredients. 

Natural dietary fats like:

  • Olive oil
  • Butter
  • Coconut oil
  • Avocado oil
  • Lard/bacon fat/tallow (beef fat)
  • Ghee
  • Unrefined Peanut oil

When you bake, broil, toast, grill, roast, &...

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Why It's OK to Eat Bacon and Eggs For Breakfast

dietary fat insulin Mar 02, 2020

If you are a woman over 40 with excess body fat to lose, especially around you midsection I want you to put down the low-fat blueberry bagel with low-fat cream cheese and fry yourself up an egg. 


Please put down the whole grain toast with jelly and a glass of calcium fortified orange juice.

Throw away the non-fat, Triple Zero Oikos strawberry yogurt and granola.

Step away from the bowl of low-calorie Special K with skim milk.


It's all comes down to understanding that your weight has more to do with a very powerful hormone than calories.  And even more important is whether or not that powerful hormone is turned "on" or not.

The bagel, low-fat cream cheese, toast and jelly, orange juice, non-fat yogurt, cold cereal and skim milk all have one thing in common.

They are high carbohydrate foods that stimulate your body to produce large amounts of your fat-storing hormone insulin

Weight is controlled by metabolic hormones, not calories.

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