It’s nice when you don’t have to choose sides.
Healthy fats are dietary essentials, but you might fall more on one side. Ghee or coconut oil? What’s it going to be?
This new hybrid blends the two together to create perfect fast-burning medium chain triglyceride harmony. St. Francis’s Virgin Coconut Oil and Organic Ghee: where have you been all of our lives?
Since discovering this product (and its decadently-smooth taste) at the CHFA show, we’ve been eating it up with delicious joy. Think popcorn. On toast. In stir-fries. And even coffee.
Coconut oil has received excellent press, so you may know its benefits: an extremely healthy source of fat for energy, joint health, skin, hair and skin.
But what about ghee?
Ghee, commonly referred to as clarified butter, is made from butter. However, due to the way it’s prepared, it doesn’t contain any lactose or milk protein. This makes it an ideal choice for those with dairy sensitivities or those on paleo-type diets.
Butter, healthy? Yes, indeed, and the kind of fats we eat play a huge and important role in our body’s metabolism.
What’s more, for centuries ghee has remained a staple food in the Indian diet, a culture with next to no Alzheimers, among other common diseases. And let’s not neglect its high tolerance for heat, making it an ideal oil for frying-up your favourite foods, with an extremely long shelf life too.
We must stop with our buttering-up…there’s no denying this unique combo is a super-healthy (and super-tasty) formula.
Healthy fats, unite!
Track down your own St Francis Organic Coconut Oil & Butter Ghee at your local health food store.