That sounds crazy right? We were told that butter makes us fat, that it’s unhealthy and its better to avoid eating it all together. With that information we make wise decisions and cook in olive oil, eat margarine instead and choose product that have a “butter flavor”= (chemicals) Yes I’m sorry to break the news; the butter on your movie popcorn is no real butter..
I was surprised to find out that the fattiest butter of all named Ghee is actually considered a health food. Ghee has been around for ages, it’s a staple in the Indian cuisine and Ayurvedic medicine. Studies have shown that the saturated fats in Ghee is not bad for you; saturated fat is essential to brain function and muscle recovery and immunity. Ghee also has a positive effect on cholesterol and fatty lipids in the blood.
According to John Douillard M.D A majority of westerners have sluggish digestive system and gallbladder function; that means we‘ve lost our ability to be good fat-burners. Ghee ignites the gallbladder. He recommends to drink two ounces of liquefied ghee in the morning three days once every three months. This is supposed to lubricate the body with oil which attracts fats and removes toxins that make fat cells hard to eliminate.
I think we all love the idea of eating butter but , not sure how I feel about having it in liquid form for my breakfast but I’m definitely cooking with Ghee! It adds such delicious rich and nutty flavor to everything. I still use my olive oil and coconut oil as well; they have great health benefits too, I want it all!
You can buy Ghee in most health stores and even on Amazon.