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tolondontoparis
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Pretty much every dairy product is a sin for us Os, but why isn't butter? I just don't understanddddddddd! Oh, and most butters have avoids in them, so I am assuming those are bad, and what about margarine?
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Personally I think margarine is poison.
I'm sure you can have ghee which you could even make at home, and is delicious as well as being healthy.
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Butter hasn't got as much of the "dairy" part, more of the oil, so it has a lower level of allergens... Hunters get butter as a diamond, but the other O genotypes don't have butter, just ghee
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Quoted from tolondontoparis
Pretty much every dairy product is a sin for us Os, but why isn't butter? I just don't understanddddddddd! Oh, and most butters have avoids in them, so I am assuming those are bad, and what about margarine?


Short chain fatty acids. Best source.

Avoid all margarines. Use organic butter or ghee.
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http://www.theatlantic.com/hea.....merican-diet/256155/
How Vegetable Oils Replaced Animal Fats in the American Diet


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Forget margarine.  It's a non-food cleverly disguised as butter.  



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The butter I buy is just made from cream and salt, or just from cream if I'm buying the unsalted. I don't buy any of those weird spreads that mix butter with avoid ingredients, and I certainly don't use margarine!


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Quoted from Lola
http://www.theatlantic.com/hea.....merican-diet/256155/
How Vegetable Oils Replaced Animal Fats in the American Diet


Great article, Lola - The History of Crisco / Trans-Fats. Thanks!



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Stay away from the margarine just as advised by the others.

I can eat both butter or ghee, however, I do not use either very often.
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Pretty much every dairy product is a sin for us Os, but why isn't butter? ... and what about margarine?


As I understand it, the milk solids contain the bulk of the proteins (casein being predominate) and sugars (e.g., lactose) in milk. Typically, in the course of processing cream (butterfat) into butter, the majority of milk solids are removed, i.e., the butter is washed multiple times to remove ever more of the milk solids. Ghee takes butter a step further by clarifying it, removing almost entirely all of the milk solids, and leaving behind only 99.0 - 99.5-percent pure butterfat. Too, butterfat from the milk of stock grazing on healthy, pesticide-free pasture grasses contains healthy fats. These include Vitamins A, D, E and K2, as well as fatty acids like conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and other omega fatty acids. A study was published in '06 in the Journal of Dairy Science titled The Linear Relationship between the Proportion of Fresh Grass in the Cow Diet, Milk Fatty Acid Composition and Butter Properties. This study noted that the butter from grass-fed cows contains substantially more CLA, vitamin E, beta-carotene, et cetera, than butter from cows raised in factory farms, or cows that have limited access to pasture. It also found that the softer the butter, the more fresh pasture in the cow’s diet.

Whenever passing through the margarine section of the grocery store, just say "Get thee behind me, Satan," and don't look back. ((:



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It also found that the softer the butter, the more fresh pasture in the cow’s diet.
Good to know I often wondered about that, as butter in NZ is much softer than it was even back in Australia (& yet it's colder here lol)
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Margarine was invented for the use of Napoleon's army because butter would spoil too soon.

The more you understand preservative processes that are not provided by nature, the more you will appreciate the value of food that does spoil quickly.

In la belle Province - Quebec, margarine that could appear like butter was banned for many years.

The article includes most companies that "apprenticed" my father in the marketing business.


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There's some joke I forget about margarine surviving nuclear war.
You sure can forget about it for years and find it unchanged.

Oh, butter is so good.  


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Don't forget raw (organic) diary products are the best, so raw butter would be optimal if you can get hold of it. I'm lactose intolerant at the moment but very much looking forward to adding raw yogurt and a few raw cows milk cheeses into my diet in the future ( the shop I can get these doesn't have raw cream or butter.) I know those aren't officially BT compliant but according to my homeopath raw diary overides blood typology factors, and is beneficial for all due to it's high digestability and other health benefits.
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Don't forget raw (organic) diary products are the best, so raw butter would be optimal if you can get hold of it. I'm lactose intolerant at the moment but very much looking forward to adding raw yogurt and a few raw cows milk cheeses into my diet in the future ( the shop I can get these doesn't have raw cream or butter.) I know those aren't officially BT compliant but according to my homeopath raw diary overides blood typology factors, and is beneficial for all due to it's high digestability and other health benefits.


Dr. D has been asked about raw dairy and from a blood type perspective, it's rated the same as other dairy.  Even though from a nutritional standpoint, raw dairy is way superior to other dairy.



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Increasing butter has helped me lose body fat.  It's a great food for Hunters, I eat a lot of it.
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If you have access to fresh, raw cream, it's pretty easy to make your own butter using a blender. Really tasty, too. (:



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