Grass-fed meat and dairy products have gained popularity in recent years based on their potential health benefits.
In general, a cow's diet affects the nutritional contents of their milk.
According to some studies, grass-fed butter may have a better fat profile and texture than regular butter. Cows that ate more grass produced more milk, but no extra fat, meaning that the fat concentration in the milk was lower. The more grass a cow ate, the more unsaturated fatty acids their milk contained.
- Contains conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a natural fatty acid that could be useful in promoting fat loss
- A good source of vitamin A, which is necessary for vision, reproduction, and optimal immune function. It also plays an important role in growth and development and is involved in forming and maintaining healthy teeth, bones and skin
- Rich in beta carotene. Beta carotene is a well-known and potent antioxidant, which may help defend your cells from potential damage caused by unstable molecules called free radicals
- Grass-fed butters contains a higher percentage of unsaturated fats than regular butter. This may make it a more healthy option, in moderation
- Contains vitamin K2, which is a form of vitamin K that promotes bone and heart health
- Easy to add to your diet
Our Brain and Brawn - Keto Creamer with Grass-Fed Butter combines healthy ingredients such as coconut oil powder, grass-fed butter, prebiotic - acacia gum (soluble fibre) and protein from dairy, has great mouthfeel, zero net carbs and has the following benefits:
- High-Octane Mind and Body Fuel
- Energy boost
- Improves mental clarity
- Helps convert fat into fuel
- Easy to digest
- Supports cellular function
- Promotes gut health
- Supports ketosis
- Improves daily energy levels
It is great to be used pre or post-workout for an energy boost, or added to coffee, tea, protein shakes, juices, smoothies and soups anytime during the day to improve your daily energy levels.