Grass-fed ghee is a premium dairy product, but what makes it that special?

For ages, Ghee has been used in Ayurvedic practices for several reasons: immunity boost and detox of the body are two 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 a proven fact that healthy fat is good for the body, and it helps to burn bad fat.  Ghee contains healthy fat, free of trans-fatty acids, and is a key component in helping with weight loss. Individuals easily consume ghee with stern intolerance to lactose and casein.

Why should we use Ghee?

Ghee has a high smoking point; therefore, it is healthy to use Milkio’s Grass-Fed Ghee, especially for the high-temperature cooking process.  The higher temperature does not break down the fats in ghee in harmful free radicals. Moreover, high heat can unveil ghee’s flavors. Ghee in cooking adds a typical aroma to cooked foods & makes the recipe more palatable with a nutty flavor and rich, creamy mouthfeel. Ghee is a shelf-stable natural ingredient, and pure Ghee can last for up to 18 months at room temperature without freezing support.

Nutritional Facts of Milkio’s Grass-Fed Ghee

Ghee is composed of saturated fats, but it also contains substantial levels of vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin D, and K. Although health freaks consider fats as unhealthy elements in the diet, in reality, a healthy human body also needs fat to function properly.

Pure grass-fed Ghee contains Omega-3s (monounsaturated fats), which is a healthy form of fat that is good for cardio-health, in addition to this. Ghee contains conjugated linoleum and butyric acid, known for their positive health benefits for the human body.

CLA stands responsible for ghee’s natural support for weight loss benefits, and ghee butyric acid stands responsible for ghee’s anti-inflammatory features and ghee’s gut-friendly qualities.