Desi Ghee Myths and its shocking Health Benefits

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Desi Ghee is one such topic which is most disputed. People have a different perception of about desi ghee. First, let me tell you that Ghee in English is known as clarified butter. Ghee is a milk product. When the butter is simmered, the golden coloured liquid remains which we call Ghee. There are many myths about Ghee. In this article, we will learn about such myths and facts. And at the same time, we will also learn about the Pure Ghee Nutrition Fact and its health benefits.

There was a time when Ghee was used a lot in India, and then Ghee started being described as unhealthy, and gradually the Ghee was replaced by cooking oil and refined oil in our homes. And those who were more health-conscious started using olive oil which is five times expensive than Ghee.

But is Desi Ghee so unhealthy? Let us see how much truth is there in these things.

Myths about Desi Ghee.

1. Increase Cholesterol: Now people say that ghee contains saturated fat due to which cholesterol level increases. But is this true? Of course, saturated fat is present in desi ghee. Still, it does not increase your cholesterol because the saturated fat found in it is a special type of saturated fat called SCFA(Short Chain Fatty Acid) which is entirely different than LCFA(Long Chain Fatty Acid) that is found in meat and other animal product. And SCFA gets easily soluble in our body, and it is also rich in omega-3 fatty acid, which reduces cholesterol.

2. Increase body fat: If you have read my article on a fat loss before, you must have seen that I have always told that fat loss or weight gain does not depend on your one particular food. Rather it depends on your daily calories intake. If your calories intake throughout the day is more than your maintenance calories, you will not lose fat. And if you take less calories than your maintenance calories, then your fat loss will happen. And plenty of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) is found in ghee which shrinks fat cells and brings them to normal size. You must have seen that nowadays CLA is being sold as a number one fat burning supplement in the market. But there is no need to buy, add ghee to your diet.

Benefits of Ghee

1. Controls diabetes:

If you add ghee to any of your food, you reduce the glycemic index of that food, and food with a low glycemic index helps to control blood sugar levels.

2. Helps in Fat loss:

As I told you above, Ghee contains CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) which shrink fat cells and brings them to normal size. So if you want to lose fat, do not be afraid to eat Ghee and add Ghee to your diet.

3. Improves Digestion:

Butteric acid is present in ghee which reduces the load from your digestive system. Therefore, food cooked in ghee is lighter than any oil.

4. Reduces Cholesterol:

Ghee contains omega-3 fatty acids which help in lowering your cholesterol level. Ghee is rich in antioxidants, CLA, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and Vitamin E, which helps keep your heart healthy.

5. High smoke point:

Ghee has a smoke point of 250 ° C, which is higher than any other cooking oil. The smoke point is the temperature above which any oil starts to deteriorate. That is why ghee is best for any cooking and even best for deep frying.

Which ghee should be used?

Desi Ghee generally has two types: Desi Cow Ghee and Buffalo Ghee. But Ghee is also made from goat milk. However, desi cow ghee is considered to be the best. And you can make Ghee in your home, and if you cannot make it then there are many brands in the market that sell organic Ghee. You can buy them if you want.

If we talk about some of the best Desi Ghee brands and products in India, then you can buy Amul Ghee and Patanjali Ghee. Amul cow Ghee and Patanjali Cow Ghee are the best Ghee in India. And if we talk about desi ghee price, we cannot tell you in this article because it keeps on increasing and decreasing. You can find the price online or in your local market.

Conclusion:

So should you eat ghee? Of course, you should eat ghee. You have seen how many benefits of eating ghee. But that does not mean that you should eat an excess of ghee. Excess of anything is very bad. You can add 2–4 tablespoon ghee in your diet according to your goal, age, gender. And yes, if I asked to eat ghee, it does not mean that you should eat sweets fried in ghee. Then you will not lose weight with ghee, but the sugar present in sweets will definitely increase your weight.


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  • February 7, 2021 at 1:14 pm
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