Grass Fed Butter Test: Kerrygold vs Kirkland

Fats in grass fed dairy and beef are far healthier than from corn fed animals, so this is important.

Kirkland has 25% less salt, so Kerrygold wins in a taste test.

But Kerrygold has 17% milk solids, while Kirkland has 10%. Milk solids cause butter to burn:

Milk solids are the reason butter starts to burn at a lower temperature than something like olive oil. When you clarify butter, you remove all the milk solids and water, but are left with the butterfat. This creates a higher smoke point, which makes clarified butter ideal for cooking and sautéing. (source)

Kirkland brand says 95% grass fed. I’ve read that Kerrygold cows are fed hay for a month or so during Irish winters, which is supposed to be why they are also not 100% grass fed. But they’re apparently not at anytime fed with corn, which changes the fats omega content to be less healthy.

Also, grass fed cows produce yellow colored butter from beta carotene in the grass. So the yellower the better.

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I was kind of excited to see a Kirkland® brand of grass-fed butter being sold at Costco, but is it better than KerryGold®? Watch this video before you buy grass-fed butter!

Report Linking Fluoride to Lower IQ in Children Made Public After CDC, HHS Tried to Block It

According to the report, 8 of the 9 “high-quality studies examining cognitive or neurodevelopmental outcomes reported associations with fluoride exposure.”

Of the 19 high-quality studies assessing the association between fluoride and IQ in children, 18 reported an association between higher fluoride exposure and lower IQ in children. Forty-six of the 53 low-quality studies also found evidence of that association.

..“people consume large amounts of fluoride through tea and other drinks and processed foods made with fluoridated water, not to mention pesticide ingestion and fluoride from air pollution.”

In 2016, a group of six nonprofit organizations and several individuals petitioned the EPA to end fluoridation of drinking water in the U.S. based on evidence of health risks associated with fluoride, namely neurotoxicity. …

They based their initial claims on dozens of studies and reviews demonstrating fluoride’s neurotoxicity. Studies have also linked fluoride to a variety of other health risks in both children and adults, and evidence shows it to be an endocrine disruptor.


Roundup used to kill wheat and other crops just before harvest, making food toxic

Why Is Glyphosate Sprayed on Crops Right Before Harvest?

Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto‘s Roundup herbicide, is recognized as the world’s most widely used weed killer. What is not so well known is that farmers also use glyphosate on crops such as wheat, oats, edible beans and other crops right before harvest, raising concerns that the herbicide could get into food products. …

According to a wheat farmer in Saskatchewan, desiccating wheat with glyphosate is commonplace in his region. “I think every non-organic farmer in Saskatchewan uses glyphosate on most of their wheat acres every year,” the farmer speaking on condition of anonymity said.

He has concerns about the practice. “I think farmers need to realize that all of the chemicals we use are ‘bad’ to some extent,” he said. “Monsanto has done such an effective job marketing glyphosate as ‘safe’ and ‘biodegradable’ that farmers here still believe this even though such claims are false.”


Vitamin D Supplementation Reduced Risk of Dementia by 40%

How Can You Strengthen Your Mind with Vitamin D? Listen In!

A recent study by Ghahremani et al. looked at data from 12,388 participants who were dementia free at the beginning of the study to determine the effect of prescribed vitamin D supplementation on the risk of developing dementia over the ten-year study period. The study found a 40% decreased risk of developing dementia among those taking vitamin D supplements.


Dr. Berg: 7 Causes of Cancer You’ve Never Heard About

Top causes of cancer most people are unaware of:
1. Chronic inflammation
2. Chronic stress
3. Loneliness and social isolation
4. Bereavement
5. Chronic depression
6. Chronic lack of sleep
7. Chronic exposure to EMFs

The theory that mutated genes cause cancer has been studied for a long time. This model has fueled much research, but we’re not seeing the results we’d like with current cancer treatments.

While genetic mutations are involved, other research suggests that these mutations develop after cancer has initiated. This research also suggests that the location of the cancer is not in the genes but originates in the mitochondria instead.

Dr. John Campbell: Vitamin D and Diabetes — Reduced risk for diabetes by 76% (>50 ng/ml vs. <30 ng/ml blood levels) — Big Pharma says nothing!!

Risk reduction by blood levels:

At least ≥50 ng/mL group [compared to]

20 to 29 ng/mL group [most Americans 10-30 ng/ml]

Vitamin D reduced risk for diabetes by 76%

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Dr. Campbell is only taking 4,000 iu of D3, but suspects he should be taking more. Unlike the US, UK won’t allow vitamin D blood tests, so Dr. Campbell can’t check his D blood levels. Dr. Berg and my naturopath recommend 10,000 iu for most people. Obese and people with chronic illnesses can often do better with more than 10,000 iu. Lots of data at

This man is a champion truth teller — high integrity!!!

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Health benefits of vitamin K2 | Foods highest in K2

“..vitamin K2 supports calcium transportation. Vitamin K2 works with vitamin D. Vitamin K2 and vitamin D3 are important to take together. Vitamin D raises calcium in the blood, but vitamin K2 pushes calcium from the blood into the bone.”

The health benefits of vitamin K2:
• It supports healthy bones
• It supports strong teeth
• It helps prevent calcium from building up in the arteries, cartilage, and joints
• It helps support healthy blood sugar levels
• It helps generate ATP (energy)
• It supports healthy testosterone levels
• It supports the brain

Vitamin K1 and vitamin K2 are fat-soluble—low-fat diets may lead to a vitamin K2 deficiency. Cheese, especially hard cheese, is a rich source of vitamin K2, with Muenster cheese at the top of the list.

Other foods high in vitamin K2:
• Grass-fed butter
• Goose liver
• Duck liver
• Duck fat
• Eel
• Beef liver
• Lamb’s liver
• Ground beef
• Grass-fed hot dogs
• High-quality bacon
• Pork
• Sauerkraut
• Cod liver oil

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