A healthy fat for clean eating
Fats have made a recent comeback, and ghee is prominent among them. It is a nourishing and delicious alternative to regular butter and vegetable oils. You can use it as a cooking oil wherever you would use butter or oil: cooking vegetables, curries, dal, meat, pastries or desserts and sauces.
Valued in ayurvedic tradition for supporting all the tissues of the body and its balancing effect on the body and metabolism. Ghee aids healthy digestion and assimilation of nutrients.
Omega-3 fatty acids in ghee can help decrease unhealthy cholesterol in the body.
Ghee contains medium-chain fatty acids, which can be processed and burned as energy, thereby not contributing to weight gain.
Ghee contains butyric acid – a beneficial short-chain fatty acid that has been shown to decrease inflammation in parts of the body, particularly in the gastrointestinal tract.
The antioxidant capacity of ghee’s conjugated linoleic acid, butyric acid and vitamin A provides potentially powerful anti-cancer qualities.
Immune system booster
Butyric acid is associated with the stimulation of T-cell production in the immune system.
Contains significant levels of vitamin A, D, E and K particularly when made from premium grass-fed milk.