Butter is a completely natural product made from cow’s milk.
It is compounded by milk fat, and has a rich flavor, being largely used to cook, bake, or spread on bread.
And ghee, do you know what it is?
Ghee is a kind of clarified butter, without lactose, used in Indian culinary.
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But, even though they have the same use, many people still wonder:
Which one is better? Which one is healthier?
Unless you follow the keto diet, butter will hardly be a part of your daily diet since a single teaspoon of butter contains 20% of the recommended daily dose of saturated fats.
However, with the new trend of bulletproof coffee (a coffee with coconut oil and spices), scientists are finding that there aren’t many relations between saturated fat and heart diseases.
To David Ludwig, professor of nutrition at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, USA, “Saturated fats used to be the number one enemy of public health. But it is not that, nor is it a healthy food. It is neutral.”
That’s why it should be used with moderation, but it doesn’t need to be completely removed from your life.
So … which one is healthier, regular or ghee butter?
In the end, your choices will depend on your way of life.
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