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Desi ghee: A Superfood for Your Regular Diet

by Milkio Foods Grass-Fed ghee from New Zealand

Ghee has come to the limelight for being the right food for us which adds loads of nutrition to your bowls of steaming dals and rice. Our ancestors knew the real value of pure desi ghee. There was a time when ghee used to be made at home for daily cooking purposes. Not only for cooking, but desi ghee also has several other medicinal properties. Desi ghee is the best ghee available in the market which is rich in vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin D, and vitamin K.


Ghee is better known as clarified butter, but there are many people who have confused about ghee vs clarified butter. Desi ghee has multiple health advantages that are next to none. 

  • Consuming ghee is strongly related to a healthy gut. It helps you to digest your food better.

  • Rich in Butyric Acid, this superfood aids in producing T cells in the body that fight diseases.

  • Being lactose and casein-free ghee is safe for those who suffer from dairy sensitivity.

  • Rich in vitamin A, D, E, and K, desi ghee provides our body with all the essential vitamins that are needed for a healthy liver and balanced hormones.


Milkio grass-fed ghee is made from the milk of cows grazing in natural pastures of lush green grass of New Zealand. “The spirit of dairying in New Zealand is the spirit of ingenuity. We create more than 1500 products and product specifications from our milk. Thanks to generations of adventurous and creative dairy people, these products can be found in all corners of the planet. Our inventiveness has led to the creation of products, such as whey protein, for specialized nutrition needs that support the wellbeing of consumers”

- Source:  NZ Story



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