Find out why it’s better to give your kids butter.
0:00 Should kids eat butter?
0:38 Why is vitamin K2 important for infants and children?
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Let’s talk about why you should let your kids consume more butter. Grass-fed butter is a great source of vitamin K2. You can also get vitamin K2 from grass-fed meat and cheese, egg yolks, and fermented vegetables.
Why vitamin K2 is important for infants and children:
1. It plays a crucial role in the development of facial bones
2. It can help prevent cavities and premature calcification of cartilage end plates
3. It protects the heart
4. It helps support the structure of the teeth
A mother who breastfeeds gives her child a lot of vitamin K2, while children who are not breastfed are more likely to have a vitamin K2 deficiency. Lactic acid bacteria in the gut can also convert vitamin K1 to K2.
Vitamin K2 activates the function of other fat-soluble vitamins (like vitamin A and vitamin D), which are important for the development of a healthy immune system in a child. Cod liver oil has a great balance of vitamin D and vitamin A
I believe it would be a fantastic idea to raise a child on cod liver oil and high-quality grass-fed butter to help support their teeth, heart, and bones.