Expert shares quick tip for staying healthy this holiday season


The holiday season is in full swing and we are celebrating a series of back-to-back festivals. We had Ganesh Chaturthi, then Navratri and Durga Puja, Dussehra and recently we also had Karwa Chauth. In no time, we have Diwali coming. Marking these many festivals means we are in a frenzy. And why not! Food and celebration go hand in hand, and each of these festivities comes with its own share of delicious delicacies. Being a foodie, we leave no chance to devour these treats. But what we must not forget in the meantime is our health. Staying in shape is the most important thing to enjoy all the festivals with great fervor. And to do that, we need to balance our holiday meals with good nutrition, detox, and exercise. Now you must be wondering what we should be doing to stay healthy this holiday season! Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

We recently discovered a simple trick that could help you stay healthy for a long time. Guess what it is? It’s a spoonful of ghee. You heard us. Renowned nutritionist Lovneet Batra recently took to Instagram to share “Make GHEE your best friend” during the festivities. Let’s find out why.

(Also read: 7 ways to manage blood sugar levels this festive season)

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Health benefits of ghee:

Nutritionist Lovneet Batra states that ghee is a stereotypical component of our mithai. Apart from being a great ingredient in the cooking world, it also works as an important fat that helps our body assimilate “essential vitamins like A, D and E, which are needed to protect bones, immune functions and the skin”. And these factors work together to keep us healthy, fit and fit.

Click here for other benefits of ghee.

How to make ghee at home:

Now that you are well aware of the benefits, we suggest you make ghee at home and enjoy it. Let’s find the recipe below.

All you have to do is boil the milk and let it cool for at least four hours. Then when you get a thick malai, scrape it off and keep it aside (in the fridge). Continue this process for almost a week.

Now add water in the malai and whisk well until a foam floats. Separate the foam and heat it over low heat in a heavy-bottomed saucepan. Boil until the fat separates into clarified ghee. Filter and keep in a container and use whenever you want.

Click here for the step by step recipe of how to make ghee at home.

We have also given you some tips for including ghee in your diet in the healthiest way possible. Click here to find out more.

But always remember, never overdo it with anything; moderation is the key!

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