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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Pure Ghee benefits for Weight Loss


Pure Ghee benefits for Weight Loss:

Pure ghee is made out of processing the butter, when butter is boiled,
it melts in three layers that are; top layer is watery that is cleared
out, middle layer turns like thick gel yellow fluid that is known as
pure ghee which is the most popular among Indians, in other Western
Countries too, and the bottom layer is solid and milky that is also
being disposed off. In Western countries, they use butter mostly in
their dishes and cuisine but in India pure ghee is mostly used in their
dishes and cuisine to add delicious taste and flavor.

Most of the fats found in regular butter are removed during the process
of simmering, while obtaining pure ghee and the liquid present in
butter are removed during the process making ghee. Pure ghee has better
flavor, creamy and better texture than butter. As the most of the
liquid is removed, pure ghee has more than three week of storage life
at normal temperature. Pure ghee contains fewer fats and regarded as
better healthy than butter.

Let us discuss here how pure ghee benefits for weight loss and other
health benefits that include; intake of good fats are essential for
weight loss, which is present in pure ghee, and that fats pacify the
brain not to release stress hormones and appetite stimulating hormones,
also helps to improve the function of nervous system. Carbohydrates,
proteins and fats are essential for better health and the same should
be taken with balanced nutrition. In general, most of the people think
that ghee is not good for health, but pure ghee contains short chain of
saturated fatty acids that is good for health according to
nutritionists when it is consumed as per the recommended dosage. The
recommended dosage of fats is up to fifteen grams for adults per day.


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