Are you someone who is looking out for some serious fitness goals this 2021? If yes, then the first thing to leave your array of eatables is something that seems to be fattening. If you are someone who is planning to empty all the ghee tins from your shelves into the trash, then you definitely need to reconsider.
Confused? Keep reading...
Our Indian moms and grandmoms can never do without ghee in the kitchen. It can be for sautéing, cooking, or as a spread on chapatis and baked products, ghee has always been a part of our Indian diet. But nowadays people refrain from consuming ghee considering it a hindrance to their weight loss regime. But the reality is far away. Ghee is loaded with essential nutrients that help in improving overall health. Despite it being branded as an unhealthy addition to our diet, ghee can make wonders if added in the right way, in the right proportions in our daily diet.
With almost 62% saturated fat, 29% monounsaturated fat, 4% polyunsaturated fat, 4% trans fat, ghee is a rich source of vitamins and dietary fats. Name the vitamin and you have it. Thus consuming ghee can increase the bioavailability of fat-soluble vitamins like A, D, E, and K.
Ghee is rich in fatty acids like conjugated linoleic acid which promotes fat loss and is known for its ability to reduce tumors in the body. Moreover, ghee is devoid of milk sugars and proteins, hence it is a better option for people who are lactose intolerant and allergic to milk and other dairy foods. It also has a high smoke point, which makes it a healthier option for cooking comparatively. It stimulates the entire digestion process and aids in weight loss. It is also free of oxidized cholesterol. It is rich in omega 3 fatty acids like DHA which is linked to brain development. Ghee also boosts immunity and improves your overall gut health. Ghee also has incredible healing properties. It is also very good for the skin.
One of the biggest blunders of modern-day cooking is swapping ghee with other refined oils, believing it to be a better option favoring weight loss.
Hence consider roasting your everyday spices over in a teaspoon of our ghee. Available in pet jars, sachets, pouches, and tins, Milky Mist ghee is made from pure cow’s milk. Not only will your family bounce up to the aroma that it imparts but also benefit from the various nutritional aspects as well. And of course, do not forget to complement your diet with enough physical activities for a healthy and balanced life.
Start 2021 by bringing this ‘superfood’ back to our racks !!