Is the butter Paleo diet compatible?

by Milkio Foods Grass-Fed ghee from New Zealand

Is butter allowed on Paleo diet? To know the answer we need to know in detail about the diet. The Paleo diet is a whole-food-based diet that typically includes fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. The food plan was first popularized by Dr. Loren Cordain in his landmark book of the same name, the Paleo diet has since become a global phenomenon. Generally, Paleo diet followers avoid having dairy products and butter is one of them. The lactose and casein part in butter creates allergic reactions among lactose-intolerants. 

But, there is a solution. Ghee is the clarified version of butter that is completely lactose and casein-free. The making process of ghee eliminates the allergy-causing milk solids from the butter. Ghee is recommended in the Paleo diet and there are multiple reasons behind it. 

  1. Grass-fed ghee is highly nutritious and packed with fat-soluble vitamins like A, D, E, and K. 

  2. Not only vitamin, but ghee is also rich in essential fatty acids like omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9.

  3. Ghee offers a rich nutty flavor and toasted aroma that can be used to make different types of Paleo dishes. You can use it for high-temperature cooking purposes as well.

  4. All the nutrients in ghee offer a lot of health benefits like better immunity, better digestion, improved brainpower, and much more.

Hope now you have the answer for, 'Is butter allowed on a Paleo diet.' Are you looking for top-quality ghee? Milkio Grass-fed ghee is a pure New Zealand product, and it is an assured quality dairy product with 100% traceability. Milkio Grass-fed ghee is USDA certified for its 100% purity, and it is a certified non-GMO product by Non-GMO Project Verified. The organic claim is approved by BioGro, New Zealand.

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