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Ghee in Coffee: Ghee, It’ s Good!

If you are a coffee connoisseur, or even just a regular drinker, chances are you’ve tried a variety of ingredients in your coffee. What’s your favorite addition to a cup of hot joe? Cream? Sugar? Maple syrup? Ice cream?

Here’s a question for you: have you ever tried ghee in coffee?

Ghee in Coffee....it's good!

Wait, Isn’t Ghee Like Butter?

You’ve got it. Ghee is produced by heating butter until the liquid fat and milk solids separate. The milk solids are then removed. This leaves a rich, yellow fat that is much lower in lactose and sugar content than either milk or butter.

Ghee is also lower in protein and carbs, and higher in fat than regular butter, making it a great addition to a keto diet. In order to enter and remain in ketosis, a person needs to consume most of their calories through fat, rather than carbs and sugar.

This kind of clarified butter has been used in India and the Middle East for hundreds and even thousands of years. Only more recently, however, has it become popular throughout the rest of the world. It has a rich, nutty flavor which works well with many other ingredients.

What is Ghee Good for Exactly?

One benefit of using ghee in coffee is that it often works even for people who have a dairy intolerance. Ghee is lactose free and differs substantially from both cream and butter. One way it is similar is in its creamy texture and rich flavor, which makes it a great substitute for either one.

Ghee is also high in saturated fat. Before you start thinking that’s a count against it, take a look at what science has recently uncovered. This type of fat is good for you! Ghee has been shown to actually decrease the risk of heart disease.

Ghee is also high in butyric acid, a nutrient that can decrease inflammation and encourage intestinal health.

As you may already know, if you have any experience with keto products, ghee is also helpful in losing weight. Ketosis is a metabolic process that begins when your body does not have enough glucose (sugar derived from carbs) to burn for energy. It instead switches over to turning fat into ketones and producing energy using those instead.

It’s obvious why forcing your body to enter ketosis would be a great weight-loss strategy, and that’s exactly what the keto diet is all about. Ghee encourage ketosis by giving your body healthy fat (vs. carbs) that it can use to produce long-lasting energy.

Additionally, if ghee is produced from the milk of grass-fed cows, it is rich in essential vitamins like vitamins A, D, E and K.

And It’s Truly Good in Coffee?

Grass-fed ghee is the number one ingredient in keto creamers like Omega PowerCreamers, and you just have to listen to satisfied consumers to know that ghee in coffee the perfect replacement for traditional cream. It’s a dense, creamy combination of some of the best dairy nutrients, minus the dairy.

Adding butter to coffee is another popular trend in the keto world, but ghee wins hands down when you compare the two. It has a sweeter, nuttier flavor that blends well with the beverage, and it’s easier on your stomach.

A variety of Omega PowerCreamer flavors combine ghee with extra-virgin coconut oil, MCT oil and natural vanilla, cacao and cinnamon for an even richer and more delicious coffee experience.

Consuming ghee in coffee can help your body enter ketosis. However, do be aware that you need to be following other keto diet steps as well to make sure you do enter ketosis. If you’re not cutting carbs and forcing your body to switch over to a fat-burning metabolism, adding extra fat to your diet will not help you lose weight, though its other benefits remain unchanged.

The coconut oil and MCT oil in Omega PowerCreamers can also increase your energy and help your body transition to ketosis if you are following this diet.

Ready to Give it a Go?

If you love filling your coffee with thick, creamy goodness, flavored ghee-based creamers may be exactly your thing. Even if you prefer not to cover the flavor of the coffee bean, but want to add the extra fat and oil to your diet, you may find that ghee and the unflavored Omega PowerCreamer Original Blend  will actually enhance your coffee choice with its subtle tang. Many people first try ghee in coffee for the health benefits, but most learn to love everything about it, especially when it’s combined with other organic ingredients that help you feel good all day.


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