Margarines are not made from milk as is butter. They are made
from oil that is industrially manipulated into a buttery-tasting spread. I once
read somewhere that a tub of margarine was placed in the woods and when they
went back to get it a year later, the animals hadn't touched it. Much to
everyone's surprise, not even the bugs would eat it. Could it be that even
insects know what is food and what is not?
According to Dr. Bruce West of Health Alert, "All
margarines are liquid plastic, negatively affecting every cell in your body. You
are much better off eating plain butter, and raw butter is even better if you
can find it. Butter is a whole food, with fat, vitamins, and minerals. It also
contains sterols, fat-soluble activators, trace minerals, and more, especially
if it is raw."
The fact is, workers in two states came down with severe or
deadly lung disease while working with vats of artificial butter flavoring for
popcorn. Nine of the workers developed the disabling lung disease bronchiolitis
obliterans. Their lung damage appears to be permanent, and four are so seriously
ill, they are on a lung transplant list. All this was from just handling and
breathing artificial butter flavoring.
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