Butter actually provides several vitamins that are essential to our health. Vitamins A, D, E, and K are present in butter in their easily absorbed, natural forms. The Vitamin D found in raw butter helps our bodies absorb calcium. Butter can also protect against tooth decay.
Many Americans are under the false assumption that eating cheese promotes unhealthy blood cholesterol levels; however, according to a recent study in Denmark, nothing could be further from the truth. Danish researchers found that subjects who consumed ten ounces of full-fat cheese daily measured no change in low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. This is the cholesterol that is generally termed "bad". Additionally, people who eat moderate amounts of full-fat cheese tend to be thinner thanks to linoleic acid which helps boost metabolism.
It turns out that a lot of these issues are triggered by an unnatural pH in a cow's first stomach. The fermentation chamber that initiates what will ultimately be the critical balance of fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins and enzymes that are essential for human nutrition, the first stomach must be healthy in order for an animal to produce healthy meat.