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Difference between Ghee,  Butter and Cooking Oils in Cooking

Difference between Ghee, Butter and Cooking Oils in Cooking

Since time immemorial, people have been cooking meals using different locally available ingredients and fats (plant based, animal based etc.) And over the years, this...

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The Marvellous Benefits of Desi Cow Ghee

The Marvellous Benefits of Desi Cow Ghee

If you have grown up in a traditional household, then the concept of shudh desi ghee will be of no surprise to you. Almost every...

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Benefits of Desi Ghee during Pregnancy

Benefits of Desi Ghee during Pregnancy

During childbirth, you can add milk with ghee. Before adding too much ghee to your diet, however, check with your doctor. Ghee contains fair amounts of fatty amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Following are the advantages of ghee consuming during pregnancy.

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Benefits of A2 Pure Desi Cow Ghee for Babies

Benefits of A2 Pure Desi Cow Ghee for Babies

Good fat sources are the ones that will benefit the child, so it is recommended to use not only ghee but Bilona, Organic, natural, authentic, A2 Pure ghee. Not only does Ghee help maintain the baby's energy, but it also helps to build immunity and memory power. We can call Gir Organic Ghee as Power Booster. A healthy ghee massage is excellent for babies to get smooth and moisturized skin.

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What is Gir Cow?

What is Gir Cow?

The Gir cow is a famous Indian-born dairy cattle breed. Gir's cattle native tract is Gir hills and forests of Kathiawar. This includes Gujarat districts...

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Difference between A1 & A2 Milk

Difference between A1 & A2 Milk

Milk is considered as the wholesome diet that covers nutrients required. Casein protein covers 80% of total protein in milk and other is beta protein. A1 and A2 are two genetic type of the beta-casein milk protein. You might have heard about A1 and A2 milk? Depending on the beta casein, milk has 2 variants namely A1 milk and A2 milk.

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