image source and another great article about good fats HERE (the article also contains a link to the recent article about good fats in the Wall Street Journal).
I watched a video on NBC related to the EAT BUTTER cover on Time Magazine. The doctor said to put butter on unrefined carbohydrates and you'll be fine. The danger of butter she said was putting it on unrefined carbohydrates like white bread. She said eating butter and other saturated fats like coconuts and coconut oil, butter, marbled meat, and chicken skin (yuk) will actually raise the good HDL (Good) Cholesterol but the opposite happens when those fats are combined with refined carbs. Then the LDL (bad) Cholesterol goes up.
If you put butter on a baked potato, this is a good thing.
If you put butter on a biscuit, that is a bad thing.
I was very happy to find T H E L I S T below. Now I know the butter I love to put on my morning oatmeal is a good thing. Popcorn too. I am so happy!!! There's nothing better than a baked potato with butter either.
Beans and legumes
Brown or wild rice
Raw milk and yogurt (unsweetened)
Refined (Processed) Carbohydrates
Foods containing corn syrup, HFCS
(this includes sweetened fruit juice and tea)
Alcohol (beer and wine)
Canned fruits / veggies containing added sugarSweetened applesauce
White flour and anything made with white flour; bread, muffins, bagels, cakes, cookies, pasta, biscuits, donuts, etc.Cereals
Store bought cooked meats/cold cuts (when they have added sugars and additives)
Sausages/hot dog frankfurters (when they contain carb fillers, additives, or sugar)Jams/jelly