Dalda ghee vs pure ghee: What are the differences?

by Milkio Foods Grass-Fed ghee from New Zealand

Have you heard about dalda ghee? It is hydrogenated vegetable oil, a cheap alternative to ghee in Middle-Eastern countries. But dalda ghee is not healthy. We all know ghee's health advantages. 

Dalda is a less expensive cooking fat that many people consider due to its lower price tag. Here are some points that will describe the differences between the two -

  • Sources: Pure ghee is unadulterated, produced from pure cow milk butter. Ghee is the purest form of milk fat with multiple vital nutrients. Dalda or Vanaspati ghee is hydrogenated refined oil with unhealthy trans fats.

  • Health benefits: Desi ghee is a great option for weight watchers as it has healthy omega fats. But Vanaspati ghee offers no weight-loss advantages, rather it leads to unwanted weight gain. Ghee can regulate colon management but Vanaspati ghee may cause constipation issues.

  • Taste and flavor: Vanaspati ghee looks like ghee but lacks flavor. The clarified form of butter has a nutty aroma, which can enhance a dish. Dalda ghee is not safe for our heart health. Use only top-quality grass-fed ghee in the diet.

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