Ghee- To consume it or to avoid it from our daily diets

by The Yellow Coin PR Agency in Delhi

Ancient Ayurvedic texts have treated Ghee as a sacred symbol of auspiciousness, nourishment and healing. It is recognized as the essential most part of the balanced diet and considered to be one of the best fats to consume. It is comprised of a spectrum of daily essential dietary elements like CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid), Omega 3 and Omega 9 essential fatty acids along with Vitamin D, E, A and K. The assimilation of nutrients in human body increases when suspended in a ghee matrix. On an overall Ghee is a satvic food that ensures the well-being and healthy development of the whole body, including that of the heart. But, beware, it’s over usage can kill the essence of the nutrients and create huge troubles.


The deep nourishment provided by Ghee works as a great Ayurvedic medicine for Calcium and Vitamin D deficiency. It is referred most in the skin, nerves and knee pain treatment in Ayurveda. But along with mentioning the benefits, doctors’ advice people to consume this saturated fat with much care too otherwise, it can lead to severe downsides, too. Going over the edge with Ghee quantity in your diets, along with sedentary lifestyle and dangerous smoking and drinking habits will lead to severe stages of heart problems, hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol and more.


As per experts, a healthy diet in cases of Muscular Dystrophy treatment in Ayurveda, Parkinson disease treatment in Ayurveda and more should limit daily ghee intakes to one teaspoon a day, keeping in mind that they don’t have a past track of severe heart problems. The intakes can differ from age-to-age, considering when other body functioning’s are running normal as per their age profile. It’s extremely benefitting for the kids and young adults where the good levels of metabolism and physical strengths as well as flexibilities are high. In a nutshell, it is the essential most component   for promoting growth in the human body. However, as one cross the age of 30 and as the physical activities of a person starts decreasing, they need to keep a strict check on their daily ghee intakes in diet.

Some benefits of ghee for the growth and development of the body:

·         Helps in increasing HDL or good cholesterol levels in the body along with reducing fatty deposits formation in the arteries.

Improves eye-sight, strengthen the muscles, bones & tendons along with strengthening the body against the flu & cold viruses.

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