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Posted by: robynholly, Friday, August 31, 2012, 10:41pm
Hello,
I was wondering about butter oil. I have heard that taking it with fermented cod liver oil is great. I am A+ and I take cod liver oil but I am not sure if it is fermented. Does anyone know of the benefits of these oils and if they are ok on the blood type diet?
Posted by: Victoria, Friday, August 31, 2012, 10:47pm; Reply: 1
Hi Robyn  :)
Fermented Cod Liver Oil will be rated the same as Cod Liver Oil on your food list, so check your own list to see if its' ok for you.

I take that brand of C.L oil and like it a lot.  It has a good reputation for high quality.  I don't have an opinion on the butter oil.  The combo is very expensive from my perspective and I'm happy with my homemade ghee from pasture raised cows.
Posted by: honeybee, Thursday, September 27, 2012, 4:48am; Reply: 2
I am interested in butter oil also... it seems it is not 'just ghee' - it is not cooked like ghee, is more concentrated & therefore has higher concentrations of K2?

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The clarified butter (ghee?) is removed from the cooking container and allowed to stand, and then the high vitamin butter oil is separated from the butter wax by a
centrifuge or the like. The high vitamin butter oil is then ready for use as a dietary supplement."


Still on the topic of butter and its' goodness, I would love a source of raw butter (or raw cream) in my country, alas, it is not the 'done thing', could find a ways to invest in a cow-share  :-/ :D
Posted by: BHealthy, Thursday, September 27, 2012, 7:32pm; Reply: 3
Quoted from Victoria
I don't have an opinion on the butter oil.  The combo is very expensive from my perspective and I'm happy with my homemade ghee from pasture raised cows.

Supposedly, the x-factor butter oil is made from early-spring and late-summer butter when there is much rain and the grass the cows eat is growing rapidly and full of nutrition.  There is something "X"tra in the butter at those times of the year hence the name x-factor butter oil.

I have tried stocking up on raw cream in spring and fall (I prefer to make my own butter) but since rainfall in this part of the country is unreliable I invest in the x-factor butter as well.

I'm glad the fermented col liver oil is OK.  I wasn't sure.

Posted by: honeybee, Friday, September 28, 2012, 4:23am; Reply: 4
Yes the X Factor and the high concentrations of K2. Must be grass fed though.

Does anyone know if rubbing some fermented CLO into skin is a way to receive the nutrients?
Posted by: AKArtlover, Friday, September 28, 2012, 5:58pm; Reply: 5
I wonder if what you are asking is related to this in anyway as it mentioned Weston Price and butter oil and cod liver oil... http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2009/12/butyric-acid-ancient-controller-of.html
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