Desi Cow Ghee

The Desi Cow Ghee

The desi cow Ghee is the clarified butter made from pure desi cow milk and is a highly nutritious dietary item. Preparation and nutritional properties of Cow Ghee in general are well-known and accepted in traditional recipes of India and the Middle East.  However, the full benefit of cow ghee nutrition is getting hampered by the ghee produced from the A1 milk from exotic cattle breeds. Awareness on the true facts on the difference between the normal cow ghee of the commercial brands and the desi cow ghee among the consumers is a need of the hour.

Cow Ghee vs Desi Cow Ghee

Most of the people use ghee in their daily food without knowing the difference between the cow ghee, and the desi cow ghee. People should be made aware of the advantages and disadvantage of the two for leading a healthy life. Desi cow breeds produce A2 milk and hence the desi cow ghee also contains A2 protein, unlike the A1 protein of the ghee produced from A1 milk. Therefore, the desi cow ghee is easily digestible than the ghee from A1 milk. Moreover, the concentration of all the nutrients in A1milk is less when compared to that of the ghee from A2 milk.

Health Benefits of Desi Cow Ghee

Cow ghee has got several health benefits. The desi cow ghee has enhanced levels of nutritional and other benefits associated with the cow ghee in general. The A2 protein present in the desi cow ghee makes it more easily digestible and also facilitates the revitalization of the digestive system and secretion of digestive enzymes. This, in turn, tones the metabolism and brings enhancement of the overall energy level of the body. It improves the eyesight and acts as a skin-care agent besides toning the bone, muscles, and tendons of the body. Desi cow ghee is excellent nutrition for a healthy pregnancy and improves the cognitive features of the developing fetus in its real life. Desi cow ghee is rich in good fat and hence useful in heart care.

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