What is the difference between cow ghee and dalda ghee?by Chandrima Talukder Content Writer Have you ever thought about the difference between Dalda ghee and pure ghee? Do you think both of them offer the same nutritional value? No, they are quite different from each other. To understand the difference between ghee and Dalda we need to know their origin.
Where does ghee come from?
Ghee is usually made from pure cow milk. Ghee is also known as clarified butter as it is the clarified form of butter. This superfood is packed with vitamins and essential fatty acids. One can also get antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties from ghee. Nutritionists are recommending adding 2-3 tablespoon of ghee daily into your diet.
What is Dalda Ghee?
Dalda ghee is a hydrogenated vegetable oil that was introduced in India by Hindustan Unilever Limited. They named this hydrogenated vegetable oil as Dalda. This product was made as an alternative for the traditional ghee.
Is Dalada good for you?
The answer is no. Traditional cow ghee is filled with good fats and vitamins and minerals but Dalda ghee contains trans fat. Dalda being a product of hydrogenation affects your heart by increasing bad cholesterol level in the body. There are many cheap restaurants who use dalda ghee in their food. Try to avoid such foods. Sometimes palm oil is also used to reduce the production cost.
So, try to use organic grass-fed ghee made from 100% grass-fed cow's milk. This type of milk is highly nutritious and helps to provide your body all the essential nutrients.
Created on Feb 25th 2021 06:50. Viewed 158 times.
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