What is the difference between cow ghee and buffalo ghee?

Ghee is made up of a fatty substance that is generated from domestic animal milk, specifically
cow and buffalo milk. Butter and milk are combined to make ghee, or milk and butter are
combined with the milk's curd (yoghurt) and its cream is then churned.   There are numerous
health advantages of desi ghee. Ghee's nutritional value improves both physical and mental
health. It is highly herbal and frequently regarded as medicine in Ayurveda. Since ancient times,
ghee has been included in a healthy diet to help the body rid itself of disease symptoms.
Many people use ghee for their daily purpose without knowing the difference between the cow
and buffalo ghee.it is very necessary to know about the advantages and disadvantages of these
ghee for our healthy life. There are many differences between both of this ghee.
Chemistry of Cow/Buffalo Ghee
 Compared to Buffalo ghee, which is white and has few health advantages, cow ghee is
yellow in colour, lighter in texture, delicious to taste, and amazing for health.
 While buffalo ghee offers essential nutrients like phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium,
cow ghee contains countless amounts of vitamins, minerals, protein, and calcium.
 Cow's ghee is frequently referred to as nectar and has many qualities that make it useful
as medicine in Ayurveda, unlike Buffalo ghee (as it is rich in fat only)
 Buffalo ghee is 100% fat and completely void of any additional beneficial nutrients,
whereas cow ghee has a high amount of saturated fat (about 7.9 g per serving).
 Cow ghee is a nutrient-rich fat with antioxidant, antifungal, and antibacterial properties.
Besides that, it has a lot of calories. All these qualities are absent in buffalo ghee.
The beneficial properties of both are:
 When it comes to health advantages, it is said that those who consume buffalo ghee have
fewer problems with their cholesterol levels, more calories, and more fat, compared to
those who consume cow ghee, who have more problems with their cholesterol levels,
fewer calories, and less fat.
 Compared to cow ghee, which has fewer calories and is better for weight loss and
lowering childhood and adult obesity, buffalo ghee is fantastic for maintaining healthy
bones, gaining weight (due to the additional calories), and enhancing cardiovascular
muscle activity.
 Both children and elderly people can consume ghee. However, cow ghee is healthier than
buffalo ghee, particularly for children. It gets rid of obesity and makes people less lazy.
Ghee made from healthy organic cows relieves excessive mucus problems, colds, and coughs. To enhance breathing, one can even massage heated cow ghee onto the chest.
The only people who should consume buffalo ghee are those who are working physically
demanding jobs.
 Ghee aids in weight control. Due to the presence of conjugated linoleic acid in cow ghee,
we are able to maintain the body metabolic rate (CLA). It aids in weight maintenance.
CLA maintains low insulin levels and aids in the reduction of weight and conditions
linked to sugar. Buffalo ghee increases body fat production; cow ghee does not.
 Consuming cow ghee for skin is very advantageous because it is full of antioxidants that
keep skin glowing and fight free radicals. It softens and moisturizes the skin while
reducing dryness. Even several skin conditions can be cured by using cow ghee.
 Cow ghee cannot be preserved for a longer period of time due to its lower fat content
when compared to buffalo ghee. • Less ghee is extracted from the cream of cow milk than
from that of the buffalo.

So, at the end of the article, you must have understood that consuming any of the two ghee’s have
benefits of their own. You can choose any of them based on your needs and consume it while
keeping an eye on your health. Ghee is consumed by many people for various reasons, including
weight loss, weight gain, and other heart-related issues.
You must all realize that eating ghee regularly can be very beneficial for improving your health
and physical fitness.