Which one is better for health Ghee or Butter?

Ghee and butter are often used as substitutes in Indian households, but the question remains,
which one is the healthier option?
If we compare butter and ghee, ghee does have a higher concentration of calories and fat than
butter. Additionally, it is abundant in other necessary nutrients like vitamin A, omega-3 fatty
acids, and conjugated linoleic acid, all of which may help to lessen gut inflammation and support
heart health.
The slight nutritional difference between the two is insufficient to choose  one over the other.
However, the absence of milk sugar, lactose, and milk protein casein can convince some people
to choose ghee over butter. This makes it the best option for those who cannot tolerate casein or
lactose. Also ghee has a higher smoke point than butter, people prefer using it. The temperature
at which fats start to smoke is known as the smoke point. Ghee is preferred for cooking at high
temperatures, but butter is preferable for baking due to its sweeter flavour.
100 g of butter have 717 calories, 51% of which are from saturated fats, and 3 g come from trans
Ghee has no trans fats and % saturated fats, providing 900 Kcal per 100 g of serving.
Considering how differently ghee and butter taste, it is not surprising that they are used in such
differing contexts.
Ghee and butter both have benefits and drawbacks. It all depends on your lifestyle and needs
because both products are made from the same source and have extremely similar nutritional
values. Although excessive consumption of either product is not advised, both can be enjoyed in
moderation. Ghee is preferable if you cook at high temperatures or have lactose intolerance.