Ghee Making You Fat Is Nothing But A Myth
Everything in excess is harmful. Same goes for desi ghee. Suggested intake is 2-3 tablespoons (15 grams) every day. Every other person wants to keep his or her body in shape and for this avoiding fat is the option considered the most. Desi Ghee is saturated fat and there are not any solid proofs that saturated fats increase the level of Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) or bad cholesterol.
Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t avoid Desi Ghee while trying to shed those extra killos.
A RICH SOURCE OF VITAMINS A, B, D and K
vitamins are necessary for the body. Deficiency of Vitamin K is observed when a person bleeds too much from a minor cut. Vitamin A and E are antioxidants. Vitamin D is good for the bones and help in avoiding muscle soreness. So keep your vitamins in point, don’t hesitate in spreading ghee over your chapati.
REDUCES BAD CHOLESTEROL
There is a mindset against saturated fats that they are responsible for heart diseases. Saturated fats and Heart diseases have nothing to do with each other. A human body requires everything in proportion.
STRENGTHENS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Desi Ghee is a rich source of antioxidants which are necessary for strengthening the immune system. It not only improves the immune system but also the concentration level.
Oils are avoided because they negatively affect the working of digestive tract but desi ghee contains fat molecules which pace up the working of the track.
Our nanis and dadis always make us eat a good amount of desi ghee as they know how important it is for our bodies. Even if you are trying to loose weight, it’s better to decrease the proportion than to completely cut it out. Eat proportionally, stay healthy, stay strong.