Friday, 13 February 2015



Things we don't know or don't bother to know about Ghee
Most common myths about Ghee and where you should banish them
Ghee has antibacterial and antiviral properties. Other than helping you recover from sickness, it ensures that you don't fall sick.

Ghee is fattening - Ghee by nature is lipolytic, that which breaks down fat. And this is due to its unique short chain fatty acid structure.
The anti-oxidants in Ghee make it the miraculous anti-wrinkling and anti-ageing therapy you were searching for.
Ghee is a saturated fat - It's a saturated fat, yes, but with such a unique structure that it actually helps mobilize fats from stubborn fat areas of the body. Not a saturated fat like trans-fats in your biscuits, cakes, pizza, etc.

Ghee is excellent for joint health as it lubricates and oxygenates them.
Ghee will increase cholesterol - Ghee reduces cholesterol by increasing contribution of lipids towards metabolism. Liver produces excess cholesterol under stress. Ghee helps you de-stress, sleep better and wake up fresher.

Ghee takes nutrients from your food and delivers them through fat permeable membranes like in the brain.
Ghee is harmful for heart - Rich in antioxidants, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and fat soluble vitamins like A, E, D, Ghee has just what you need for a healthy heart.

Ghee improves your satiety signal and ensures you eat the right amount of food.
Ghee is good, but must not eat it too much – Traditionally we add Ghee in each meal. The quantity at which the taste of food is best is the right quantity.