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Clarified butter vs. butter: which is the perfect lactose intolerant butter?

by Pallavi Goswami content writer

 If we are to choose the perfect lactose intolerant butter, you may not include butter at all in the diet of lactose intolerants. But wait! All kinds of butter are not allergy-risk-enabled dairies. For example, clarified butter is a lactose and casein-free product that does not pose the risk of dairy allergy for lactose intolerants. 


The uniqueness of ghee-clarified butter is its making process. It is cooked from regular butter, but butter's lactose and casein content are removed during the making process. 


The resultant product is ghee, which is a pure butter fat and an advanced butter without nasties like lactose, casein, sugar, carb, etc. The refined content makes clarified butter an ideal lactose intolerant butter


If someone is lactose intolerant, they may face difficulty in digesting lactose milk-sugar found in milk and dairy products. Butter is cooked from milk cream, a dairy product containing some amounts of lactose. Lactose-intolerant people may not try butter as lactose intolerance levels may lead to digestive complexity. However, ghee clarified butter is a better butter because it is free of lactose and casein. Therefore, it is recommended to consume ghee butter in moderation as part of a balanced and lactose intolerant butter diet.


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