Raw Goat Milk
Nutritious, Healthy, and Delicious
Raw Goat Milk is a healthy choice for your family’s dairy requirements . . . . .
- Easier to digest
- Fewer allergens and less inflammatory
- High in calcium
- High in medium-chain fatty acids
- Helps reduce cholesterol levels
- Promotes glowing skin
- Enhances nutrient absorption
- It tastes great – many people find it tastes better than cows milk
Drink Goat Milk – feel like a kid again
Many children cannot tolerate cow’s milk or formula that is based on cow’s milk. Cow’s milk has proteins that are often hyper-allergenic. Many of these children are transitioned to goat milk and they do great. Goat milk closely matches mother’s milk and provides a highly nutritious diet for growing infants and toddlers.
Goat Milk – more nutritious than cow milk
Nutritionally, goat milk is slightly higher in protein, fat and calories. It contains more vitamins and minerals than cow’s milk. Goat milk is slightly lower in lactose. Goat’s milk has higher amounts of vitamin A, vitamin B1 thiamine, vitamin B3 niacin, vitamin B6 pyridoxine, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, copper, and manganese. Goat milk has 13% more calcium and 19% more phosphorous making goat milk an excellent source for building and strengthening your bones. Goat milk is 35% richer in potassium which helps to offset some of sodium’s harmful effects on blood pressure. Click on the image to the left for a detailed PDF file that can be downloaded.
The fat in goats milk is formed in very minute globules, much smaller than the fat globules in cows milk. This accounts for the fact that cow’s milk will form a cream layer in a couple of hours, whereas goat’s milk takes several days to form a cream layer. These minute fat globules mean that the curd formed in your digestive tract is finer and the enzymes that digest goat’s milk do so at a much higher rate. Cow’s milk takes several hours to digest while goat’s milk is easily digested in 20 minutes.This is one of several reasons that many can digest goat’s milk when cow’s milk causes digestive problems.