Should you apply ghee on chapati? Is it healthy?

In our family, roti and daal have always been consumed with ghee. When warmed rotis are served without ghee, the food feels tasteless. Food tastes better because of the smell of ghee. Furthermore, numerous diseases in Ayurveda are only treated with desi ghee. As a result, ghee is not only good to consume, but it may also be used to treat the skin. However, there are some drawbacks to consuming ghee in excessive amounts. However, these days, only a few houses use ghee on their roti since some believe it might raise cholesterol or cause fat. In such cases, let’s take a look at both the advantages and disadvantages of applying ghee to roti.

Benefits of consuming ghee

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1. Ghee contains healthful fats, which offer energy to the body.

2. Eating ghee promotes skin health and makes it soft.

3. Ghee has significant amounts of calcium and phosphorus, which strengthens bones and joints.

Disadvantages of consuming ghee

1. Since ghee contains a lot of calories, eating an excessive amount of it might cause weight gain.

2. Excessive ghee consumption might raise harmful cholesterol levels in the body.

3. Consuming a lot of ghee might lead to heart problems.

 

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.