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Quite rich in Vitamins A, E, and D as well as protein, butter facilitates the digestion of food, and thus eliminates digestive troubles. It also helps to recover bowel injuries. Its content is rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, and iodine. Thanks to the zinc values it involves, it is quite effective on elimination of deficiencies caused by zinc insufficiency. With its 82% milk fat content, butter increases blood production.
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