Does ghee contain live bacteria?

by Pallavi Goswami content writer

Is ghee a probiotic food? If you have ever asked the question here is the answer. Ghee is one of the most nutritious food items offering a wide range of health benefits. Probiotics are live bacteria and yeast that are good for you. We humans have two types of bacteria in the body, one is good bacteria and another one is bad bacteria. There are several other foods and supplements that contain probiotics or live bacteria that are good for our health. However, ghee doesn't contain any live bacteria but it has much healthier components in it.

  1. Ghee or clarified butter is packed with immunity boosting properties.

  2. The presence of fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A, D, E, and K helps in better digestion, improved brain power, stronger bones, better colon care and much more.

  3. Grass-fed ghee is the best quality ghee that you can have in the market. It is rich in essential fatty acids that are great for weight loss and skin care benefits.

Ghee should be consumed in moderation as it is high in calories. So the answer for 'is ghee a probiotic' is no. But that is not a matter of concern. Just add ghee into your diet and get all the health benefits.

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