’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Is butter good for the mind? Mike Youngquist’s Mom Claims About Butter’s Health Effects Debunked!

’90 Day Fiancé’ spoilers have found the most hotly debated topic from last week’s episode has nothing to do with the K1 couples and their relationships, but about a dinner table conversation between Mike Youngquist’s mother, Trish and Mike’s fiancé, Natalie Mordovtseva. Is butter good for you, specifically the brain?

In typical Natalie fashion, the Ukrainian national is trying to curb Mike’s fun, I mean, food intake. As he ripped into a dinner roll like it owed him money, Natalie directed Mike to “try not to eat butter.” When Mike enquired what was wrong with the holiest of condiments, Trish, with her rockin’ bangs, jumped in to ‘inform’ Natalie that, “Butter is very good for you. It’s good for the mind.”

’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Is butter good for the mind? I can’t remember…

While you could see the physical strain in the health nut’s body as Natalie struggled against contradicting her (to-be) mother-in-law, 90 Day fans took to their Google browsers to see (hope) this is true.

Mike’s mother went on the explain that real butter is good for your memory.

So, is this woman simply sponsored by Paula Deen or could she be spouting actual facts? Don’t worry, butter lovers, we’ll make sure, somehow, it’s the latter.

Look, butter isn’t on the top ten worst for brain function list (and we’ll pretend we never saw cheese on the list), but it’s also not on the top ten best either (yet some how coffee made both lists…hmmm), and investigating further left us even more confused.

Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston did a study on women and found the subjects who consumed the highest amounts of saturated fat — think red meat and butter — had the worst overall cognitive function and memory over the four years of which the test spanned.

But upon further Googling, we did come across different research from Christiane Northrup, M.D., touted as Women’s Health Expert, Visionary Health Pioneer, Wellness Speaker, and New York Times Best-Selling Author.

Dr. Northrup posted how a study from board certified neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter said healthy fat, like fish oil is definitely good for your brain. And so are some saturated fats! Yes, avocados, coconut oil, grass-fed beef, wild fish, butter, and cheese (woo hoo!)are good foods for the brain, too.

We told you we’d find you a study to back-up Trish and all our butter-loving ideals. However, and though it pains me for several reason, I’m going to have to back Natalie’s strained silence and say not piling an inch of butter on a dinner would be better for you on the long run.

What I won’t endorse is Natalie’s constant harping on what Mike can and cannot eat or how she reacts like he’s turned into a predator any time he has a swig of beer. The guy doesn’t look to have many reasons to smile about-, Natalie, so let him eat cake!

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