Think a hearty breakfast complete with bacon and butter is off-limits if you’re trying to eat right? Not so! Just consider the source: Moderate amounts of the saturated fat in bacon, butter and eggs from grass-fed animals is actually good for you. The same isn’t true of the saturated fats in these foods from industrially raised animals, however.
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The beneficial omega-3 fatty acids in broccoli and other dark green veggies promote healthy brain and heart function.
Crunch just a handful of walnuts (14 halves) to get the recommended daily amount of omega-3 fatty acids.
Organic Valley Pasture Butter is one of the first widely available products from grass-fed animals.
MATTHEW T. STALLBAUMER