October 26, 2019 Butter v. Margarine & Butter Substitute | Healthy Food By William Claassen Articles, Blog 24 Comments Tags:butter, butter substitutes, diet, diet nutrition, eat healthy, eating healthy foods, food nutrition, good healthy diet, health, health food, healthy diets, healthy food, healthy foods, Howcast, margarine, nutrition, Nutrition Facts- About Author admin 24 Comments Eliah Zacckzandex looooooooooooool June 13, 2012 Reply Infi8 Production 2nd June 13, 2012 Reply Doctor House 8th viewer June 13, 2012 Reply mackahlan Shamp 23 viewer June 13, 2012 Reply Eddie Castillo FIRST. June 13, 2012 Reply fergzzag SEXY… girl—- June 13, 2012 Reply TheBlackQueen hmmm, maybe i should try oils like she said June 13, 2012 Reply whyeff21 Is the sodium in butter really worth mentioning? There's more sodium in 1 potato chip than a pad of butter. 1 pad is less than a table spoon which is more than enough for any meal. I've never had situation where butter was too salty. June 13, 2012 Reply Matt K. That's all well and good. But there's one problem: we are not cockroaches or flies or even insects. We are mammals – humans. What's toxic to one species is not necessarily toxic to another. e.g. Dogs can die from eating chocolate, but it's a perfectly fine, damn tasty dessert for us. Your argument proves nothing. June 13, 2012 Reply Matt K. "it is important to make sure that you're getting organic butter made from organic milk and organic dairy products" Why? And don't simply tell me "because organic foods are better" – that doesn't prove anything. June 13, 2012 Reply jungleng marjerin? it's marjereeen :p June 13, 2012 Reply maza65 Margarine 😛 June 13, 2012 Reply Noah Gioscio butter June 13, 2012 Reply Assassinforgays Google can't tell you everything, and even if it does you usually end up with one website saying something different than another. June 13, 2012 Reply Assassinforgays You'd butter believe it. June 14, 2012 Reply DianaMaria1991 I don't understand organic butter????? June 14, 2012 Reply La Señora Tortuga It's a butter, but organic June 22, 2012 Reply Edlyn Flores so butter is high in cholesterol and in fat… September 11, 2012 Reply Edlyn Flores what do u think about queensland butter? September 11, 2012 Reply jungleng hehe :p October 8, 2012 Reply Jajang Maulana A Anyone tried the Proladox Diet Plan (do a google search)? I have heard many extraordinary things about it and my sister lost lots of weight with it. April 11, 2013 Reply gamingkitten93 Because cattle are eating grass instead of corn and are far less stressed out. Since the cattle are more relaxed and eating grass, their butter obtains more nutrients such as Vitamin A and omega 3. May 15, 2013 Reply B Jamin117 Wow thanks I really want to make mashed potatos and have a light fat and non fat options prune puree sounded cool to me too) March 9, 2014 Reply Radityo Perwianto The way you talk mam, is very relaxing…. June 29, 2015 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.