The Milk story
- Homogenised milk was introduced in 1919.
- Babies need 210 mg of calcium every day and milk is the best way to provide it.
- Pregnant women should consume 3-4 calcium rich foods per day, including low-fat milk.
- Low-fat chocolate milk is a great beverage for post workouts.
- Women who eat at least three servings of dairy food every day are 80% less likely to be obese than those who eat fewer servings.
The Butter story
- Cholesterol found in butterfat is essential for children's brain and nervous system development.
- The world record for butter eating is 7 quarter pound sticks of salted butter in 5 minutes by Donald Lerman.
- Butter contains a lot of healthy saturated fats and is associated with lower risks of obesity.
- Butter contains vitamin K2, which is fairly rare in modern diet. Lower intake of K2 is associated with some serious cardio vascular diseases and cancer.
The Ghee story
- Ghee does not get spoilt easily, hence it does not require refrigeration. Some ghee mixtures last for years together.
- Ghee is rich in medium chain fatty acids which are absorbed directly into the liver and burnt as energy. Athletes can use ghee as a consistent energy source.
- Ghee can help cleanse negative emotions from the body and feed the positive.
- Ghee can be used to replace those fats. Plus, if used properly in a cleanse, can attract and pull out these emotional toxins so they can be cleansed from the body.