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Is Desi A2 Ghee good for regular cooking?

One of the most significant factors in cooking is choosing a high smoke point oil. Did you know that Desi Ghee has a higher smoke point? It doesn't burn as quickly, so ghee is perfect for regular cooking. Ghee also enhances the flavour of every vegetable and has various health benefits. Consumption of desi Gir cow ghee can be your first step to a healthy lifestyle.  Nutritionist, Rujuta Diwekar, emphasizes intaking desi ghee in every meal to maintain good health. She says it reduces the glycemic index of food. It's the world's most high functioning fat. Desi Ghee is the ultimate Indian superfood. It ensures a slow, steady rise in blood sugar and better energy levels throughout the day. So...

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Whom to listen to when it comes to Ghee? Grandmother or Doctor?

Let us embrace the good old desi ghee for life! It has so many health benefits that a few thousand words can't convey. In short, desi cows ghee nourishes our entire internal system starting from the bones, muscles, and nervous system. Our ancestors knew the secrets to desi A2 ghee. They called it Amrut because of the multiple health benefits it rendered on us. Over the years, it has lost its sanctity. However, people who consume Desi A2 Ghee know how beneficial it is to the human race. Desi A2 Ghee is an Indian superfood. Daily eating one tablespoon of desi ghee works brilliantly for digestion. It enhances our memory, skin texture, and strength. A2 Certified Desi Cow's Ghee is...

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How is Khapli Wheat Atta beneficial for our health?

Gluten intolerance was unheard of many years ago. Due to poor lifestyle choices & processed-packaged food, our gut health has become weaker. Gut health plays a significant role in gluten intolerance.Gluten intolerance can cause bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, headaches, abdominal pain, and even skin problems. Gluten intolerance has also become common because of the changes in the way wheat is processed.In the earlier times, wheat was harvested, shade-dried, wash down, and sun-dried. Later, it was taken to the processing mills, where the wheat was grounded into wheat flour and then sold to all the ration shops.However, today the same processes are not applied. The harvested wheat is not properly cleaned. It is also not perfectly shade-dried and sun-dried - the two...

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Why is breakfast the most important meal of the day?

Breakfast is often called the most important meal of the day. As the name suggests, breakfast breaks the overnight fasting period. It replenishes your supply of glucose to boost your energy levels while also providing other essential nutrients. Why is breakfast so important? 1. Energy:Eating breakfast boosts your energy levels and restores your glycogen levels to keep your metabolism up for the day. Research shows that breakfast eaters tend to be more physically active in the morning than those who don’t eat until later in the day. 2. Essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients:Breakfast provides a lot of your day’s total nutrient intake. People who eat breakfast are more likely to meet their recommended daily intakes of vitamins and minerals than...

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Coconut Sugar

Coconut sugar, sometimes called coconut palm sugar, comes from the sap of the coconut palm tree — not the coconuts. Harvesters tap coconut palm sap by cutting into the tree’s flower bud stem to access its nectar. The palm liquid sap is then collected into containers. This sap is placed under heat and boiled until the water gets evaporated and only raw coconut sugar remains. Coconut sugar is a popular sweetener in many vegan diets, as it is plant-based and minimally processed. Because of its properties, it is considered a better sweetener with a lower glycemic index. Here are some astounding health benefits of coconut sugar: 1. Prevents low blood sugar:The body relies on glucose for energy. Coconut sugar can...

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