• Christel Drapier

REASONS TO CONSIDER OUR GOAT´S MILK PRODUCTS

Actualizado: 5 de feb de 2020



EASIER TO DIGEST:

· Typically contains slightly less lactose (natural milk sugar) than cows' milk. And, becomes even lower in lactose when cultured into yogurt.

· While the fat content of goat and cow milk is similar, the fat globules in goat milk are smaller. That makes it easier for your body to digest.

· Higher presence of “prebiotic” carbohydrates (4 times more than cow´s milk), which help nourish the beneficial bacteria living in our gut ecosystem. They’re the same type of carbohydrate that’s present in human breast milk and are responsible for helping to support the “good” bacteria in a baby’s digestive tract.


FEWER ALLERGENS AND LESS INFLAMMATORY:

Most people who are intolerant of cow milk are actually sensitive to one of the proteins found in it, A1 casein, and lack the ability to digest it. On the contrary, milk that contains mostly or exclusively A2 casein produces none of these inflammatory effects. Goat milk contains only A2 casein. That makes it, protein-wise.


PLENTY OF CALCIUM

Goat´s milk is richer in calcium than cow´s milk. The calcium in milk and dairy products is more easily absorbed and used by the body, than calcium in most other foods.  Calcium is essential for the development and maintenance of bones and teeth, helps support normal muscle function and normal blood clotting, and helps the body to produce energy.


NATURALLY LOWER IN CHOLESTEROL

· Goats' milk is naturally slightly lower in dietary cholesterol than whole cows' milk. Instead of being stored as body fat, these fatty acids provide an energy boost help lower cholesterol.

· Goat milk also helps increase “good” cholesterol levels while reducing the bad ones. In fact, it’s got healing properties similar to olive oil and is recommended for keeping high cholesterol in check.


ENHANCES NUTRIENT ABSORPTION

Nutrients like iron, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous are more easily digested and used by the body in goat’s milk than cow’s milk. Because of the bioavailability of these minerals, goat milk also looks promising for treatment of nutritional deficiencies like anemia and bone demineralization. In addition, it can help address all-too-common iron deficiency and magnesium deficiency as well.

Importantly, goats’ milk is not recommended for anyone who has been diagnosed with a cows’ milk allergy or with lactose intolerance. Take advice from an allergy consultant or allergy specialist dietitian.


Importantly, goats’ milk is not recommended for anyone who has been diagnosed with a cows’ milk allergy or with lactose intolerance. Take advice from an allergy consultant or allergy specialist dietitian.


https://www.healthline.com/health/benefits-of-goat-milk#3


https://draxe.com/nutrition/goat-milk/


https://www.sthelensfarm.co.uk/health-benefits


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