Since ages, Ghee is used in Ayurvedic practices for several reasons: however, detox of body is one of these reasons.
Ghee is a rich food: it contains Vitamins A, D, K and E as well as Conjugated Linoleic Acid, which is an antioxidant with countable anti-viral properties. It is proven fact that healthy fat is good for body and it helps to burn bad fat. Ghee contains healthy fat, which is free of trans-fatty acids, and it is a key component in helping with weight loss. Ghee is easily consumed by individuals who have stern intolerance to lactose and casein.
Ghee has a high smoking point; therefore it is healthy to use ghee especially for deep fry cooking process. The higher temperature does not break down the fats in ghee in harmful free radicals rather unveils its flavors and add a typical aroma in cooked foods with ghee that makes the cooked dishes more palatable..
Ghee is shelf-stable natural ingredient and pure Ghee can last for 4-5 months at room temperature.
Ghee is composed of fats, but it also contains substantial levels of vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin D and K. Although health freaks consider fats as unhealthy elements in diet, in reality a healthy human body also needs fat to function properly. Pure Ghee contains Omega-3s (monounsaturated fats), which is healthy form of fat, which is good for cardio-health. In addition to this.
Ghee contains conjugated linoleum acid and butyric acid, which are known for their positive health benefits in human body.