I'm happy to finally be a part of the forum.
I've been drinking BP coffee for a few weeks and my energy has definitely increased on a daily basis.
I did run into an article that prompted me to make my first post here. It's concerning Kerrygold butter. I know Dave specifically recommends this butter time and time again, but check out this article.
In it, the writer makes a few different arguments on why Kerrygold is not the best choice when buying grass fed butter.
The writers main point is that the butter is not actually 100% grass fed.
The info on the Kerrygold site seems to match that of the article:
What percent of an Irish cowâ€™s diet is comprised of grass?
Irish cows benefit from the abundance of grass which grows on our farms. The vast majority of an Irish cowâ€™s diet, almost 90%, is from rich, natural grass. This is much higher than in most other countries. It is made possible because of the perfect farming conditions enjoyed on the island of Ireland.
Does anybody have any info on this, or why Dave would still recommend Kerrygold?