Its better to eat butter.
On a simple level you can't beat butter for its delicious flavour, way more tasty than any alternative spread. What you may not realise is how good it is for you. Butter from grass fed cows is one of nature's most perfect foods, a true gift of life.You can tell good quality butter by its rich deep yellow colour. This means it is high in beta -carotene the precursor to vitamin A and essential for a strong immune system, strong bones, teeth and good eyesight. Butter is the most easily absorbed source of vitamin A. Grass fed butter is also high in vitamin D. These two vitamins together are essential for the proper absorption of Calcium. Vitamin K is also found in butter, a vitamin needed in the utilization of minerals, protection from tooth decay, protection against heart disease, reproduction and good brain function.
A Cleveland dentist named Weston A. Price spent ten years of his life studying the diets of traditional cultures around the world. From isolated Swiss villages to Peruvian and Amazonian Indians. The cultures that maintained a diet of nutrient dense foods, that included fat-soluble vitamins A, D and K, invariably had good health, strong bone structures and most notably straight un-crowded teeth free from tooth decay.
"What about the cholesterol" you ask. Well like eggs, butter contains sufficient lecithin to keep the cholesterol in butter fat moving.