The process of preparing ghee removes all the allergens such as lactose, milk protein and making it suitable for those who are intolerant to lactose. Ghee also contains much more medium and short chain fatty acids compared to butter. Medium and short chain fatty acids do not cause heart diseases unlike several other fats.
Nutritional value:-Ghee contains high amounts of Vitamin A, D and K. Vitamin A and D both are important for healthy eyesight, bone development and a number of other body functions. Vitamin K, has been related to healthy teeth and bone formation in babies, so if you are going to be a mother, ghee is good for you, although in limited amount.
It helps in healing digestive tract: It has been prescribed in Ayurveda to have khichdi which is rice and lentil preparation with ghee when your stomach is upset. Now we know the reason how it soothes an upset digestive tract. Ghee contains butyric acid which nourishes the cells of intestine and repairs the mucous layer as well.
Ghee for beautiful skin: Just like several other kinds of fats, ghee can make your skin softer and suppler. Due to its rich nutrient content it also helps heal your skin. It has been used for ages by Indian mothers to soothe their kids chapped lips. Applying ghee once in a while might be perfect idea to get that flawless skin.
Antioxidant and Antiviral: Ghee made from milk of cows that are grass fed has CLA or Conjugated Linoleic Acid which is an antioxidant. It is also known to have antiviral properties which might benefit you in case of a minor flu and more.
Weight loss: Contrary to many theories, ghee contains good amount of fat and nutritious calories. Just a tablespoon of ghee on daily basis is not only healthy for you but its calories will help you in losing weight as well.