BENEFITS 2016-11-08T13:45:39+00:00
benefits of ghee . . .

Used in Ayurveda for centuries to enhance ‘Ojas’ (life energy) and our immune systems. It is said that ghee nourishes the ‘Dhatu’s’ tissues in the body and brain.

Ghee stimulates ‘Agni’ our digestive fire aiding digestion and absorption of nutrients from our foods

Ghee is rich in Omega 3 & 9 essential fatty acids and in Vitamins, A D, E and K

Ghee is rich in CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) an antioxidant with anti-cancer properties according to nutritionists.  Made from Organic butter of grass fed cows is one of the highest natural sources of CLA.

Ghee helps maintain a Healthy Digestive Tract.  Research shows that people with unhealthy digestive tracts do not produce butyric acid. 
Ghee (unlike other oils) is rich in butyric acid, a short chain fatty acid. Beneficial intestinal bacteria also convert fiber into butyric acid and then use that for energy and intestinal wall support.

Ghee  helps promote a Healthy Immune System
. Research shows that adequate production of butyric acid supports the production of cancer fighting cells in the gut.  Ghee can supercharge your immune system!

Ghee is a natural Anti-Inflammatory also due to its high butyric acid properties and therefore a possible preventative of cancer that is due to underlying chronic inflammationButyric acid has been shown, in recent research, to actually decrease inflammation in parts of the body, particularly in the gastrointestinal tract, and is now a recommended dietary addition for some people with ulcerative colitis and crohn’s disease.

Ghee is Dairy allergy free – Even though Ghee is made from butter, the milk solids and impurities have been removed so most people who are lactose or casein intolerant have no issue with ghee. A buttery flavor is maintained without the allergies. Ghee is suitable for a vegetarian and Paleo diets.

Ghee brings out flavor and nutritional benefits in foods. Ghee brings out flavour and especially with herbs & spices. Many of the medicinal properties of  spices can be absorbed, and carried to targeted areas of the body with ghee. Many herbal preparations use ghee as the carrier oil because of these characteristics.

Ghee is used as a healthy oil for cooking Has a very high burning (smoke) point (250°C / 480°F) – and does not become toxic at high temperatures like many other oils. Making it perfect for frying, sauteing , baking, roasting or use as a healthy spread.

Ghee does not need refrigeration. It does not spoil easily and is shelf stable. [spacer height=”10px”]~ Perfect for frying, sautéing, baking roasting or use as a healthy spread.

uses of ghee . . .

Perfect for frying and stir-frying, sautéing, baking & roasting

Stir thru steamed rice – you will never taste better rice ever!

Stir thru porridge – healthy for the kids

Use as a healthy spread in place of butter

Use as an oil to cook your pancakes

Great to fry your eggs in

To deep fry

Baste your Roast chicken

Bakes potatoes and Root Vegetables

Great healthy oil to fry your eggs

Swirl thru mashed potato

Melt over popcorn as a healthier alternative

A dollop on baked potato

Use in Garlic or Herb Bread

Can even be used externally on the skin – is great for healing burns and sores

A small amount of solid ghee goes a long way, Ratio of approx. 1 to 3 teaspoons servings

And of course it’s the only oil to use when making all your favourite Indian dishes:
Dhal, Kitchari, Curries, Cooking and spreading on Chapatis, Pancakes and Flat Breads[spacer height=”-30px”]

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