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Surprise, surprise! Adding Ghee to your diet is actually a good and healthy idea!

Ghee is a dietary source of fat traditionally used in desi cooking. And what’s best about Ghee is that it can easily be made at home.

Ghee is made from a natural source (butter) and because of its preparation method, the lactose and milk protein content is nil to minimal, making it better tolerated by those with dairy sensitivities.

Many health conscious people and fitness freaks avoid adding Ghee to their diet as they believe it is an unhealthy practice. But in reality Ghee is packed with countless health benefits.

Don’t believe us? Scroll below and be astonished!

Ghee Aids Digestion


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According to a number of nutrients and health experts’ ghee helps in the secretion of stomach acids that give support to digestion. Ghee is rich in butyric acid, a short-chain fatty acid that nourishes the cells of the intestines. So if you’re persistently experiencing digestion issues, reach for that jar of ghee right now!
PS: Kourtney Kardashian swears by ghee for her latest triumph at weight loss!

Ghee Helps Your Brain Function Better


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It is believed that Ghee is good for the nerves and brain. It contains high levels of omega-6 fatty acids and omega-3 fatty acids, which is ideal for overall health. Apart from this, an intake cut of these acids is associated with increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Ghee Is Actually Healthy For Your Heart


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Althoughresearch that has been carried out on Ghee is somewhat limited It is found that moderate amounts of Ghee consumption helps lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, especially when any other fats in the diet come from plants or plant oils

 

Ghee Boosts Energy

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Breaking news! Ghee does NOT make you lazy or lethargic? The wide range of fats that make ghee include medium-chain fatty acids, which are very beneficial for the body and can be processed by the liver and burnt as energy, and no they do not contribute to weight gain. For athletes, growing kids, or other people with active lifestyles, ghee can provide the necessary burst of energy!

Ghee Helps You Make Adorable Babies


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Ladies trying to conceive, vitamin K2 is a vital nutrient to add into your diet. According to studies, vitamin K2 plays a key role in facial and dental development. Babaies born to mothers with high levels of vitamin K2 are more likely to have wide, symmetrical faces with plenty of room for straight, healthy teeth later on. And guess what!? Ghee is actually one of the most excellent sources of vitamin K2.

Ghee Is Excellent For Your Eye Health


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The vitamin A in Ghee makes it perfect for health eyes. Carotenoids are antioxidants that focus in eliminating and defusing the free radicals that attack the macular cells, thereby preventing macular degeneration and the development of cataracts.

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Ghee is labeled unhealthy because people do not know how much is too much. Though it has several benefits, consuming more than needed will only lead to problems. Learn to draw the line at two teaspoons of ghee per day. Also, remember that it is rich in saturated fat and eating too much can increase your cholesterol levels, affecting the heart.