Ghee or butter: Which is the safer choice for lactose intolerants?by Pallavi Goswami content writer
Ghee is considered a better option than butter for people with lactose intolerance because it is lower in lactose than regular butter. Choosing butter for lactose intolerant individuals’ diet is not recommended. Ghee is made by simmering butter to remove the milk solids and water, which includes most lactose. This process leaves behind a purer form of butterfat, which we know as ghee. Ghee is a better option for people with lactose intolerance who experience digestive symptoms from consuming dairy products.
However, it's essential to remember that while ghee contains less lactose than regular butter, it is still not wholly lactose-free. Some people with lactose intolerance may still experience digestive symptoms after consuming ghee, so it's always a good idea to start with a small amount and monitor your reaction.
If you have concerns about lactose intolerance, it's always a good idea to speak with a doctor or a registered dietitian who can help you determine the right amount of dairy products you can safely consume. Also, make sure you use a top-quality ghee brand that offers the best quality products ensuring food safety standards.
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