Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Healthy Benefits of Goat's Milk

More people drink goat's milk!
For centuries, people have recognized the value of goat's milk to their health. Globally, more people drink goat's milk than any other milk.

A complete protein, it contains all essential amino acids without the heavy fat content.
This allows better digestibility, and is highly suitable for those recuperating from disease or health conditions, and patients who have difficulty absorbing nutrients.

Super-packed with vitamins and minerals
Rich in Calcium, amounts of Sodium and small amounts of Selenium, Zinc and Iron. And full of Vitamins A, D and Choline, plus small amounts of Vitamins C, E, K, Niacin, Folate, Vitamin B12 and Pantothenic acid.  It is also a good source of phosphorus, riboflavin (vitamin B2) and potassium.

Shape a better body, naturally.
Drinking goat's milk helps you lose weight.  More than building strong bones and teeth, calcium, which is found at high levels in goat's milk, has been found to boost the body's ability to burn fat after a meal.  Including goat's milk in your diet also reduces the risk of breast and colon cancers, and helps prevent migraine.

From the farm.. to your home..
In the farms of Lipa City, known for its cool clean air and rich soil, some of the finest breed of goats from Australia and the USA feed happily on green grass that grows abundantly in the area. Premium quality milk from these goats go straight to pasteurization and bottling, and delivered fresh to your home. Enjoy the wholesome goodness of Dairy Fresh Goat's Milk. It's a delicious, all-natural, organic, full health drink.

The Milk of Choice
People who are lactose intolerant are able to drink goat's milk without any problems. This may be because some proteins, specifically casein, which are known to cause allergic reactions, are present in other milk but are largely absent in goat's milk.  Its fat and protein globules are smaller, finer and more evenly distributed throughout the milk.  Since it is naturally "homogenised", goat's milk is quickly and more completely broken down by human digestive enzymes.

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