Ghee is easier to digest. The MCTS (medium chain triglycerides) present in it, are utilized quickly as energy, they are not stored as fat unless you over consume the calories.
Ghee has high smoking point and doesn’t burn easily like other fats. Due to its high smoking point, it doesn’t contain dangerous free radicals which could affect our health in long run.
Ghee is beneficial for people who suffer from eye problems as it contains adequate amount of vitamin A.
Ghee is rich in both Vitamin A and Vitamin E.
Cow ghee is much healthier than any other type of ghee. It is fewer in calories than buffalo ghee.
Fatty acids present in ghee, act as antiviral and protect from tumors and cancers if consumed in moderate amount.
Ghee improves immunity because it contains butyric acid, which boosts immunity by fighting with free radicals.
Increases the appetite, because ghee stimulates gastric acid which results in better digestion.
As ghee is free from milk solids, people who are lactose intolerant should not be afraid of it. They can use ghee in moderate amount in their diet.
According to Ayurveda science, ghee is sattvic food which promotes positivity in thoughts.