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Ghee Science

Eating ghee reverses aging and keeps you vibrant and youthful. Some of the fatty acids in ghee include pamitic acid, myristic acid, and lauric acid which are important for stabilization processes in the body including stabilizing proteins used in the immune … Continue reading

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Toothcare combining Ghee and Fermented Cod Liver Oil

Don’t try telling your dentist….. but people are reporting amazing results in curing cavities by combining ghee and fermented cod liver oil.  (Make sure it’s fermented cod liver oil.  You can find it from Arctic Blue or most likely at … Continue reading

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Essential Fatty Acids in Ghee

Some of the fatty acids in ghee include palmitic acid, myristic acid, and lauric acid which are important for ‘stabilization processes in the body including stabilizing proteins used in the immune system and to fight tumors’. http://www.westonaprice.org/know-your-fats/importance-of-saturated-fats-for-biological-functions Mary Enig Ph.D.  … Continue reading

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Treating Inflammation with Ghee

In Ayurveda ghee is used to treat pitta (fire) imbalances, which often manifest as inflammation in the body.   Today I have a story for you that you may find shocking. Written in “The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs” (p. 53) the … Continue reading

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Butyric Acid in GHEE heals the mind and body

Scientists have discovered that ghee has one of the greatest healing components for the human body: butyric acid (also called butyrate).  Butyrate is a short-chain fatty acid that has been proven to be profoundly beneficial not only for the mind, … Continue reading

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The Cholesterol Factor

For all of you concerned about the affects ghee may have on your cholesterol, there are some recent studies to show that eating ghee, and any high quality saturated fats for that matter, is not linked to arteriosclerosis (clogged arteries) … Continue reading

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Mama Sattva Ghee

Mama Sattva Ghee