Ghee Cholesterol Count: Is ghee good for lowering cholesterol?

by Chandrima Talukder Content Writer

High cholesterol has become a common problem for all which poses risk to heart attack, high blood sugar level, and several other health problems. There are two types of cholesterol in the human body.

  1. Low-density lipoproteins (LDL) 

  2. High-density lipoproteins (HDL)

The first one is known as bad cholesterol and the latter as good cholesterol. In this article, I will discuss the benefits of ghee cholesterol in relation to cholesterol, why it is beneficial to eat ghee in restriction, and what the recommended dietary allowances are for ghee. Ghee is derived from cow milk which has been used for ages in India to treat a wide range of ailments. It has been found that ghee can be used in the body for the same effects as other cholesterol-lowering medications but without the potential side effects here cholesterol is beneficial to the body because it reduces bad cholesterol levels (LDL) while increasing good cholesterol levels (HDL). 

It can be used like other dietary supplements because of its ability to enter the cell walls and bind with cholesterol. This makes it easier for the body to absorb the nutrients that it needs, without harming the digestive process.

When ghee is taken in the form of a dietary supplement, it helps control blood cholesterol levels. By controlling blood cholesterol levels, ghee can help control high blood pressure and even reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. If you are concerned about your cholesterol intake, consider taking ghee in moderation, so that you can maintain healthy levels in your body.


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