Will GHEE butter help in reversing tooth decay? If its grass fed, does it have the same benefits? - Mothering Forums

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#1 of 4 Old 04-09-2013, 08:53 PM - Thread Starter
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I have read about fermented butter helping with tooth decay, preventing & reversing it.

How about ghee, does it help as well?


Does eating ghee have any benefits at all?

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Ghee is just clarified butter.  It is not fermented.  Here is some info on it.  I don't imagine it would have much more effect on tooth decay than regular butter.

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Hi Country,


What ive seen is the promotion of fermented cod liver oil and raw butter, havent seen too much about fermented butter. Are you sure that isnt what you meant :)?

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Thank you both for your help. :)

I was wondering about ghee, in case I can't get the fermented one...Thank you :)

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