Why Goat Milk win over Cow’s Milk?

on October 01, 2021 .

 

Milk is a source of protein and calcium.

It can be obtained from animals such as cow and goat or plant sources such as oat and soy. Calcium is crucial for development and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth, and helps to support normal muscle function and blood clotting.

However, some people showed intolerance to cow’s milk due to the particular protein alpha S-1 casein. Goat’s milk contained less alpha-S1-Casein as compared to cow’s milk therefore it can help to reduce allergic response. 

Other than that, goat’s milk fat globules are naturally much smaller in size, and it turns into curd less during digestion. Besides that, goat’s milk typically contains less lactose than cow’s milk. This is why some people who experience sensitivity to lactose are able to enjoy goat’s milk without repercussions.

 

 

Shine Goat’s Milk, which is imported from the Netherlands, is enriched with prebiotics and probiotics and recommended for kids 1 year old and above.

It’s a nutritious beverage to kick start a wonderful day.

 

 

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