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Benefits Of Ghee

Modern science now recognizes what holistic health science has acclaimed thousands of years ago: Clarified Butter or Butter Ghee has lots of health and culinary benefits, which are good for well-being of the consumers.

  • Milkio’s pure grass fed ghee is rich in fat soluble vitamins A, D, K, and E

Milkio New Zealand made cow Ghee is enriched with fat soluble vitamins A, D, and E. As a result, Clarified Butter as well as Ghee benefits human body by enhancing hydration level. The vitamin E part in butter ghee helps in repairing damaged and dry skin, if any. Moderate consumption of pure ghee can balance hormones, improve vision, and help in balancing cholesterol count for healthy cardiac health.

Fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A, D, K, and E get absorbed with fat and remain stored in the gastrointestinal tract. This accumulation helps naturally in maintaining a healthy metabolism and boosts many biochemical functions in human body.

  • Milkio’s Pure Grass Fed Ghee Has a High Smoke Point

It is always health-safe to consume cooking oil with high smoke point because heating oils above their smoke point is unsafe for health. Heat destroys essential phytonutrients of oil and can result in an increase of free radicals. Market available peanut oil, soybean oil, corn oil and canola oil are all genetically modified cooking oils and mostly unstable against cooking temperature in deep fry and sautéing.

Milkio Ghee contains stable saturated fat and is more stable for cooking with monounsaturated fats (like olive and avocado oil) and polyunsaturated fats (flax oil and fish oil).

  • Milkio 100% pure Grass fed ghee contains CLA

CLA stands for Conjugated linoleic acid. According to research, CLA stands responsible for reducing effects of tumors, helps in lowering cholesterol, controls high blood pressure, reduces inflammation, and naturally reduces body fats. Milkio Ghee is prepared from grass fed cow milk, therefore are enriched in CLA.

  • Milkio’s Grass Fed Ghee contains butyrate, an essential short-chain fatty acid

Butyrate, or butyric acid, is a short-chain fatty acid; it works as a natural detoxifier and maintains a healthy colon. It’s medically proven to support proper insulin levels, is an anti-inflammatory agent, and somehow curative for ulcerative colitis. As Milkio grass fed Ghee is rich in Butyrate or butyric acid, all these health benefits of butyric acid can be enjoyed by its moderate consumption.

  • Milkio’s grass fed ghee is a feel good dairy product

Pure Ghee has a typical nutty aroma and it smells good. Moderate consumption of ghee, according to Indian Ayurveda, reduces attack of depression and reduces hormonal imbalances to a great extent in human health system.

  • Milkio’s Grass Fed Ghee builds strong bones with vitamin k2

Milkio’s Grass Fed Ghee contains vitamin K2, which is a proven element for protecting tooth decay; also it helps in healthy bone development. Furthermore, Vitamin K2 helps in better absorption of calcium in body, reduces the chance of inflicting atherosclerosis for patients with high cholesterol, improves cardiovascular health, etc.

  • Pure Ghee boosts healthy Weight Loss

Energy from medium-chain fatty acids in ghee (Butyrate actually burns other fats in health system and this natural breakdown leads to natural and healthy weight loss. According to holistic science ghee actually can eliminate other harmful fats along with can remove toxins, which are otherwise difficult to eliminate from body

  • Reduces inflammation

In Ayurvedic practice, cow ghee benefits human body by forming a more alkaline system that largely reduces internal inflammation by decreasing the leukotriene secretion and regulating prostaglandin in body. It’s believed that inflammation is the root cause of many diseases we face today, including Alzheimer’s disease, some types of cancer, arthritis, attack of asthma, etc.

Add Milkio 100% grass fed ghee in your diet maintaining moderation and active lifestyle: You will surely face all the health benefits mentioned here.

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