Desi Ghee during Pregnancy: Learn about its benefits and uses

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From preventing minor illnesses to enhancing immunity, desi ghee has been linked to many health benefits. It is not only a domestic staple, but also an integral part of Indian food. It enhances the taste of the food and just one teaspoon of ghee, when ghee is put on the chapatis, can make them soft and tasty. Since ages, ghee has also been linked to pregnancy and is said to reap many benefits for expecting mothers. Many people associate ghee with weight gain and cholesterol. It is a known fact that excess of everything is bad, but when it is taken in small quantities, desi ghee is probably the best cooking oil on which you can lay your hands.

Ghee as a healer

Charaka Samhita, an ancient centuries-old Ayurvedic text says, “All oils are fit for human consumption, ghee is best for eating.” It is also known in the West as ‘healing oil’ which is sufficient to describe its benefits. Many dieticians and nutritionists recommend desi ghee for cooking over refined oil. Desi ghee is a magical ingredient, especially for the expectation of women. Since old times, pregnant women have been consuming ghee for overall improvement in their health.

Tons of benefits

Desi ghee is a form of healthy fat that can help nourish the baby in the womb. It not only tastes good, but gives the expecting mother enough energy for the day. To repair damaged tissues by flushing out toxins, desi ghee also helps to straighten the immune system. Although it is said that ghee helps during delivery by providing smoothness, there is no scientific confirmation about this. Nevertheless, ghee has been used together by generations and has helped in nourishing healthy children.

Use of ghee

It is said that a pregnant woman needs at least 200-300 extra calories than normal. Ghee can help those extra calories in a healthy way. While desi ghee laddus can reduce craving during pregnancy, cooking with desi ghee can add nutritional factors. Even Kareena Kapoor admitted that she used to mix a spoonful of ghee in her lentils and parathas during pregnancy.

It is said that consuming ghee during your last trimester is most beneficial. When you can safely consume 1-3 teaspoons of ghee during pregnancy, you should also consult your doctor or dietician for the same.

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