X Factor™ Gold Butter Oil | Green Pasture | 188ml
Dubbed the X-Factor by Dr. Weston A. Price - new research reveals that it is vitamin K2.
A sixty-year old mystery is finally solved and vitamin K2's influential role discovered. Vital for the utilisation of minerals (such as calcium), protection from tooth decay, growth and development, reproduction, protection against heart disease and the function of the brain.
X-Factor™ Gold Concentrated Butter Oil is extracted from the dairy of cows that graze exclusively on specially selected rapidly-growing grass. A combination of climate, fertility and species produces this grass which in turn provides optimal levels of Activator X in cow's milk. It's benefits include:
- Significantly reduces the chances of tooth decay - when combined with vitamin A and D (through cod liver oil, for example) tooth decay is reduced by as much as 90%.
- Works synergistically with vitamins A and D to significantly strengthen bones and teeth.
- "Activator X" acts as a catalyst to help the body absorb and utilise minerals and can help the body rebuild tissue, bones and teeth
- Green Pasture X-Factor Gold Butter Oil is an important source of vitamins A, K2 and CoQ enzymes.
- Vitamin K2 is required for two crucial physiological processes: the delivery of calcium to the bones for appropriate deposition and...
- Removal of excess minerals from soft tissues to prevent calcification of vulnerable areas such as the arteries and kidneys.
- Plays a crucial role in the development of the facial bones, and its presence in the diets of non-industrialised peoples explains the wide facial structure and freedom from dental deformities observed by Dr. Price.
- Contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA). Studies show those who eat the most CLA from natural food sources have improved metabolic health and a lower risk of many diseases.
Additional Nutrients' Profile:
Average amount per ml
|Average amount per 1/2 teaspoon serving (2.5ml)|
|2784 IU/ml||6960 IU|
Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)
|22.5 mg||56.25 mg|
|120 mg||300 mg|
|Caprylic Acid||75 mg||187.5 mg|
|Lauric Acid||45 mg||112.5mg|
|250 mg||625 mg|
|90 mg||225 mg|
|40 mg||100 mg|
|125 mg||312.5 mg|
|160 mg||400 mg|
|5.5 ppm||13.75 ppm|
What is Concentrated Butter Oil?
Dr. Weston A. Price introduced the benefits of concentrated (high-vitamin) butter oil in his landmark book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, published in 1939. Dr. Price described a process of “centrifugalising” high-quality butter to obtain a concentrated butter oil. He discovered that this special, concentrated butter oil provided fat-soluble “activators” that vastly improved mineral absorption in the many mineral-deficient individuals he encountered. The activators were most prevalent when the butter came from cows grazing on rapidly growing grass.
The Role of Nutrition in Dental Health
Huge numbers of people across the world are affected by tooth decay that sets in at a very young age, signalling an insidious, degenerative process that costs 100's of billions of pounds to attempt to correct. However, historical evidence shows that vitamin D alone can reduce tooth decay by 47%-54%.
But a combination of cod liver oil (rich in vitamin A and D) with nutrient-dense butter from cows grazing on rapidly-growing grass can reduce the rate of cavities by as much as 90%!
PERCENTAGES OF TEETH ATTACKED BY DENTAL CARIES IN INDIGENOUS AND MODERNISED GROUPS
|Group||Indigenous Diet||Modern Diet|
Activator X - or X-Factor - is Vitamin K2
Dr. Weston Price described “a new vitamin-like activator” that played an influential role in the utilisation of minerals, protection from tooth decay, growth and development, reproduction, protection against heart disease and the function of the brain. Using a chemical test, he determined that this compound—which he called Activator X— occurred in the butterfat, organs and fat of animals consuming rapidly growing green grass, and also in certain sea foods such as fish eggs.
Dr. Price died before research by Russian scientists became known in the West. These scientists used the same chemical test to measure a compound similar to vitamin K. This compound became known as Vitamin K2 and is produced by animal tissues, including the mammary glands, from vitamin K1.
A growing body of published research confirms Dr. Price’s discoveries: that vitamin K2 is important for the utilisation of minerals, protects against tooth decay, supports growth and development, is involved in normal reproduction, protects against calcification of the arteries leading to heart disease, and is a major component of the brain.
Vitamin K2's Natural Production
When animals consume vitamin K1 , their tissues convert part of it into vitamin K2, which fulfils a host of physiological functions in the animal that we are only now beginning to understand. The ability to make this conversion varies widely not only between species but even between strains of laboratory rats and has not been determined in humans. The mammary glands appear to be especially efficient at making this conversion, presumably because vitamin K2 is essential for growing infants.
As such the amount of X-Factor produced in wholefoods is wildly different, making it important to source it correctly from high-vitamin K2 sources.
The photographs of Dr. Weston Price illustrate the difference in facial structure between those on native diets and those whose parents had adopted the “civilised” diets of devitalised processed foods.
The discoveries and conclusions of Dr. Price are presented in his classic volume Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. The book contains striking photographs of handsome, healthy natives and illustrates the physical degeneration that occurs when humans abandon nourishing, traditional diets in favour of modern convenience foods.
The serving size for the liquid is ½ teaspoon. For capsules it is 2 capsules. Please consult with a health practitioner for the dosage that may be right for you and your family.
DISCLAIMER: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information provided on this site is for educational purposes and should not be construed as medical advice.