Back in the day, ghee was commonly used in households to light lamps and to take care of common skin troubles. As time went by, ghee also made its grand entry into the world of food. Since then, this special ingredient has gone through lots of ups and downs. In terms of its perceived value in our diets that is.
The elders in our family still swore by ghee and used it in every way possible. But with all the focus on cholesterol, a lot of us started avoiding ghee while continuing to ignore the real culprits. Fast forward to today, we are once again waking up to the goodness of good old ghee. There are plenty of studies being conducted to prove that consuming ghee in moderation has tonnes of health benefits. Right from preventing illnesses to curing them while giving your body the perfect form of nutrition.