Gone are the days where Ghee was something we all ran away from. It's making it's come back now. This Indian blessing in disguise was definitely the last thing one would consume when on a diet - Of course, it’s fat! That’s our go-to savior punchline for all the situations clearly.
But let’s dig a bit deeper into what actually we should stay away from.
Usually, has high trans-fat
Reduces good cholesterol level present in the body
Can smoke and burn at 350°F (177°C)
The high amount of saturated fat can cause heart diseases
Can lead to fat disposition in arteries
The energy from ghee (medium chain fatty acids) can be used to burn other fats in the system and lose weight
Eliminates inflammatory bowel diseases
Can withstand heat up to 485°F (252°C)
Easy to digest
Contains conjugated linoleic acid, which may protect against colorectal and breast cancer
So this ghee scoop could be really good for your life if you smoke out the 'ghee is fattening' phrase out of your life