KTC Pure Butter Ghee 1kg £4 / 2kg £7@ ASDA
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KTC Pure Butter Ghee 1kg £4 / 2kg £7@ ASDA

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Found 26th Jun 2016
Quality Guaranteed The best butter ghee made from finest quality butter. Perfect for cooking and a wide range of preparations.

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£1 in my asda
linda101

£1 in my asda



For a KG? oO
I like to use this instead of Flora etc as it's got a much nicer taste especially spread thickly on my usual morning sausage sandwich.
Dragon32

I like to use this instead of Flora etc as it's got a much nicer taste … I like to use this instead of Flora etc as it's got a much nicer taste especially spread thickly on my usual morning sausage sandwich.



​I hope your Gp prescribes you a statin
£6.50 for 2 Kg East End pure ghee at Wolverhampton Asian supermarket
Good price, heat added
but 2kg of same brand is £7 in asda.....so shall I vote hot or cold now?
drharishgarg

£6.50 for 2 Kg East End pure ghee at Wolverhampton Asian supermarket


That "clarified" it for me.
mdekq007

​I hope your Gp prescribes you a statin



​Hopefully his gp is aware of medical research beyond that funded by the statin makers....
essential in a curry
singhisking68

https://groceries.asda.com/product/asian/ktc-pure-butter-ghee/27535622


cheers
OB1

​Hopefully his gp is aware of medical research beyond that funded by the s … ​Hopefully his gp is aware of medical research beyond that funded by the statin makers....



​They'll know how to access NICE guidelines. Drug reps won't make it through the door
Statins lower your cholesterol - and destroy your memory. Just cut out the sausage.
mdekq007

​They'll know how to access NICE guidelines. Drug reps won't make it t … ​They'll know how to access NICE guidelines. Drug reps won't make it through the door



draxe.com/ghe…ts/

roseslayer

https://draxe.com/ghee-benefits/



That site sure seems like a completely reliable and impartial source, almost as good as Mercola. (_;)
Dragon32

I like to use this instead of Flora etc as it's got a much nicer taste … I like to use this instead of Flora etc as it's got a much nicer taste especially spread thickly on my usual morning sausage sandwich.



​We used to think of an old, decrepit Margaret Thatcher to alleviate the 'morning sausage' situation...
GarryRF

Statins lower your cholesterol - and destroy your memory. Just cut out … Statins lower your cholesterol - and destroy your memory. Just cut out the sausage.



​Statins may have side effects but this is pure grease inside the body. Get ready for a free bypass surgery on the NHS if you did not die of a heart attack already. Most Asians who eat this rubbish die from heart attacks, scaled and blocked arteries. This is just slow poison and should be banned.
yrreb88

Seems like a reliable impartial source, almost as good as Mercola. (_;)



​ Main benefit is you die in your early 40-50,s from heart disease and blocked arteries. Other old age ailments do not even get to touch you. Indian - Pakistan hospitals do millions of bypass operations on the heart each year thanks to this goodness which people there eat.
Good price op, thanks.
I've been thinking of swapping to ghee from oil. When cooking, do I replace a tbsp oil with 1oz/25g?
mdekq007

​They'll know how to access NICE guidelines. Drug reps won't make it t … ​They'll know how to access NICE guidelines. Drug reps won't make it through the door


Who funds the majority of the research that NICE guidelines are based on?

How many members of the NICE panel have previously been funded by drugs companies or would like to have the opportunity to receive drugs companies' funds in the future?

I'm not suggesting the system is completely corrupt, but I wouldn't take what they advise as gospel truth. Medical opinion does change.
Edited by: "OB1" 27th Jun 2016
OB1

Who funds the majority of the research that NICE guidelines are based … Who funds the majority of the research that NICE guidelines are based on?How many members of the NICE panel have previously been funded by drugs companies or would like to have the opportunity to receive drugs companies' funds in the future?I'm not suggesting the system is completely corrupt, but I wouldn't take what they advise as gospel truth. Medical opinion does change.



I agree with you that the system could be improved and statins are somewhat controversial, I just wanted to try and address some points in general.

I'm not sure who else would or be able to afford to fund all these multimillion pound products and their research. The government would be the next likely choice but expect a lot of rises in tax if this happened.

Whilst it is expected to closely scrutinise industry funded research, it's funding is not a reason to dismiss it or make it the majority of any critical analysis, particularly if it's high quality as thinking that way brings in confirmation bias.

The vast majority of drug experts will probably have worked for or received funding either directly or indirectly from drug companies at some point in their careers. It's hard to get away from this fact of life and it's not enough to assume every scientist and expert is or will become corrupt at some point as a result. Some naivety here but I think most scientists are driven by recognition by their peers and making a difference to people and science, not just easy cash. The best professors tend to work for more prestigious universities, expert engineers tend to work for the biggest engineering companies.

NICE denies and has denied many potentially promising treatments because of a lack of research, costs or poor cost benefit ratios as the many people affected by these decisions will unfortunately tell you.
yes,1kg £1
Ghee whizz!
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