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Melt Organic – Butter From A Higher Source. Butter With Benefits


Butter and cream are two common foods that have tip-toed their way into everything we eat. The world loves these creamy sensations since they provide our food with richness in texture and fatty, delightful flavors. Unfortunately, butter and cream can take a toll on our bodies. Found in baked goods, bread, coffee, and pasta and in processed foods, these dairy-based foods are everywhere! You probably need some healthier fats in your diet. While vegan butter does exist in grocery stores, tubs of this stuff can contain additives and ingredients that are just as bad for you as dairy butter. “Plant-based” is a thing now and it’s so healthy.

One such firm which provides organic, plant-based butter is Melt Organic.

Melt is butter but from a different source. It serves the same purpose, only with more purpose in life. It’s from plants. It’s non-GMO. It’s non-dairy. It’s good fat and it’s just plain good. Melt is rich, creamy, delicious butter. And there are plenty of reasons to feel good about it. Like the fact that it’s dairy-free, soy-free, and nut-free and made from Organic Coconut Oil.

It’s also half the saturated fat as dairy butter and delivers an optimal balance of Omega 6 and Omega 3. But let’s get one thing straight, its butter. Glorious, melty, melt butter. There are benefits upon benefits to using Melt. Like the fact that there’s no cholesterol. Like being good fat that can be broken down and turned into energy. Like, tasting amazing! Melt is butter with benefits that benefit virtually all people and all foods.

Melt Organic products that tastes amazing!

Organic Coconut Oil

Organic coconut oil is a good, saturated fat that keeps undesirable (LDL) cholesterol down. Research has shown that organic coconut oil can boost metabolism, increase thyroid activity, promote weight loss, and provide optimal nutrient absorption. Plus, coconut oil has a similar melt point to butter, making it ideal for baking and cooking.

Organic Flaxseed Oil

Organic flaxseed oil is one of the best sources of Omega‐3s available. Clinical research has linked life‐threatening diseases such as obesity, some cancers, heart disease, and diabetes type II with a chronic deficiency of dietary Omega‐3 essential fatty acids. Flaxseed oil has the highest plant-based concentration of Omega‐3 and can reverse deficiencies common in the American diet.

Organic Palm Fruit Oil

Produced from the fruit of the palm, palm fruit oil contains very high amounts of carotenoids, the antioxidants our bodies convert to Vitamin A. Vitamin A may also provide protection from free-radical damage that some studies have linked to cancer. It is odorless and tasteless, perfect for baking and cooking. Our palm fruit oil is certified Eco-Social and Fair Trade by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) to ensure that it is produced both ethically and ecologically.

Organic Canola Oil

Canola oil, made from the crushed seeds of the canola plant, is a non-GMO variety of rapeseed. It is an excellent source of monounsaturated fats in the form of Oleic Acid and Omega-3 fatty acid, and Alpha-Linoleic Acid. Studies show that ALA may help protect the heart through its effect on blood pressure, cholesterol, and inflammation. We only use organic canola oil that is expeller-pressed (hexane-free) and tested for GMOs and rancidity in every batch.

Organic Hi-Oleic Sunflower Oil

Organic hi-oleic sunflower oil is composed almost exclusively of monounsaturated fat (86%), with small amounts of saturated fat (10%), and polyunsaturated fat (4%). Hi-oleic oils have enhanced fatty acid profiles making them higher in monounsaturated fats and lower in polyunsaturated fats. Hi-oleic sunflower oil is also a source of Vitamin E.

The mastermind behind the success of Melt Organic

Cygnia Rapp is the Founder of Melt.  For Cygnia, it wasn’t about making the world a better place. It was about survival. Back in the early 2000s, she found herself in need of making some very serious changes, to her health and to her lifestyle. She had been suffering from chronic illness and was very overworked. Her escape came in the form of a new environment and a new diet. Specifically, she made a change to coconut oil which became an immediate game-changer. She also moved to Idaho.

The combination of these two events directly inspired her to create Melt. Melt was born out of necessity. It helped Cygnia live. And live better.

“We all can do a little bit better by making simple improvements in our lives. Starting with the food on our plate.”