There are several myths attached to using ghee in our daily food habits. Contrary to that many fitness and health experts say ghee is actually good for our health. Ghee is basically clarified butter churned out of milk ghee has been used in India since ages. It is used in Indian household for various purposes such as culinary, medicine and beauty care. According to recent discoveries its seen that ghee not only is great for our day to day food but also helps in reducing overall fat and especially belly fat.
People become victim to the usual myth that ghee adds on body fats but the reality is something else.
Desi ghee is unsaturated fat hence if consumed in limited amount it is helpful in reducing belly fat. We all know that belly fat is quite stubborn. Ghee has fat soluble vitamins. Desi ghee also has healthy fatty acids which may help to reduce fat and lose weight. Since ghee doesn’t have lactose it can easily be digested. Additionally ghee consists of many amino acids. These amino acids may help the fat cells to shrink in size. Also desi ghee is a good source of fatty acids like omega-6 which helps to reduce body fat levels.
Daily workout and a limited amount of desi ghee help in reducing obstinate belly fat.
We must note that desi ghee should be consumed in a moderate amount. You can consult a dietician about the quantity of desi ghee consumed in your regular diet. Healthy people can take three teaspoons of desi ghee per day, preferably one teaspoon of ghee, three times a day to get all the benefits.
You can add ghee to rotis, parathas, dal etc. Its best to avoid ghee in sweets as it contains a lot of sugar. One must remember that ghee prepared from milk is good for our health. Avoid using vegetable ghee as it is partially hydrogenated oil which is known as vanaspati, dalda or vegetable ghee. Vegetable ghee is very high in trans-fat hence it is not good for your body.
Now you know how you can burn the excess fat and get a flat tummy.