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Sunday, August 11, 2013, 6:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have a question. WHY is ghee a super beneficial? What makes it so? On the anti inflammatory diet I was told no animal products except fish, because it would be bad for my leukemia. Any help appreciated.


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I intend to re-read link given by Lola above, I expect ghee would be ok as the milk solids and impurities have been removed. Ghee has a high reputation in Ayurvedic medicine/healing for different reasons, it also lubricates the digestive system / intestines.  Ghee is the only dairy product I seem to be having at this time which doesn't cause any problems for me.  Best wishes on your health, I lost my half-brother to leukaemia - he was aged 7 and I was about 9 at the time. His diet was heavy on animal products and sugars, not enough vegetables or raw veg; but there any many theories on causes of leukaemia of course. Take care and best of health to you!
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butyrate is what good flora thrives with

most feed only the bad guys, with high carb diets, thus causing bacterial overgrowth


balance is key


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Best wishes on your health, I lost my half-brother to leukaemia - he was aged 7 and I was about 9 at the time. His diet was heavy on animal products and sugars, not enough vegetables or raw veg; but there any many theories on causes of leukaemia of course. Take care and best of health to you!

Darlin', there are different types of Leukemia - the acute kinds that strike children and carry a poor prognosis, and the chronic types that affect middle-aged/senior adults and require monitoring but with which folks can live quite a long time. That's a generalization, but it's based on a fuller picture than the scary word "Leukemia" is conveying to you...  



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Ghee is a butter with removed milk protein (casein), that's why it doesn't make problems to those that have milk allergies. And I guess it is good, because it is an animal mostly saturated oil and it is with high burn temperature and doesn't cause cancer toxins.
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right vicktoria and welcome
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2009/01/15/butyrate-and-ghee?blog=27

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