From: Onlymyhealth Staff Writer, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team Date: July 2, 2017
In India, ghee or clarified butter was used. It is not only used for cooking, but also for medical and religious purposes. The world is learning it now as more and more studies prove the benefits of ghee.
Ghee is better than butter
The method by which ghee removes all allergens such as lactose and milk protein, making it suitable for those who can not tolerate lactose. Ghee also has much more medium and short chain fatty acids than butter, unlike other fats, medium and short chain fatty acids do not cause heart disease.
Ghee Contains high levels of vitamins A, D and K. Vitamin A and D are both important for healthy eyesight, bone development and a range of other body functions. Vitamin K has been implicated in the formation of healthy teeth and bones in babies. So if you become a mother, Ghee is good for you, albeit in limited quantity.
It Can Help Heal Your Digestive System
In Ayurveda, khichdi, a rice and lentil preparation, has long been prescribed with ghee when your stomach gets upset. Now we know why it soothes a digestive tract. Ghee contains butyric acid, which nourishes the intestinal cells and repairs the mucous membrane.
Ghee for beautiful skin
Just like other types of fats, ghee can form your skin is softer and smoother, but because of its rich nutritional content, it also helps To heal your skin. It has been used by Indian mothers for ages to soothe the chapped lips of their children. Occasional application of ghee might be a good idea to maintain this flawless skin.
Antioxidant and antiviral
Ghee from milk from grass fed cows has CLA or conjugated linoleic acid, which is an antioxidant. It is also known to have antiviral properties that you can benefit from in case of mild flu. Source: Getty