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Benefits of GOAT Milk: Now a days, Goat is one of the main sources of milk for human consumption. In many ways, Goat milk differs from cow and human milk in both composition and nutritional properties. Goat milk and other goat-derived products contain several bio-active compounds that might be useful in patients suffering from a variety of chronic diseases. Several peptides, fats, and oligosaccharides present in goat’s milk can be potentially useful in cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders, neurological degeneration, or in promoting intestinal health. They have also shown chemo-preventive properties in cancer. In addition, the oligosaccharides present in goat’s milk have immunomodulatory properties, prevent adhesion of pathogenic bacteria, and have prebiotic, probifidogenic effects. Due to its potential health benefits, goat milk is particularly recommended for infants, older adults, and convalescing people. This chapter gives an overview of the biological activities of goat products and the effects of peptides, fats, and oligosaccharides present in goat milk on pathogenic bacteria, as well as their ability to regulate immunological, gastrointestinal, hormonal, and neurological responses in humans.

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Best usage of Goat Milk

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Goat milk can be replaced 1:1 for milk products in any recipe. It blends well in shakes and smoothies, and makes the perfect addition to any latte. You can add goat milk to overnight oats, creamy soups, and even decadent sauces. Goat milk is also a great digestive-friendly substitute when baking. You can use goat milk butter in frostings and pastries, and goat milk itself makes a delicious ice cream if you have your own ice-cream machine at home.

NUTRITION STATICS in 1cup of Goat Milk

While goat milk may seem like a new trend in the United States, it’s actually popular internationally and has been around for ages: over 65% of the world’s population drinks goat milk. Packed with vitamins and minerals, this alternative to cow’s milk is gentler on the stomach and provides a solution for some with lactose sensitivity. And believe it or not, goat milk is actually closer to human milk than cow’s milk. Here’s everything you need to know, including nutrition facts and more!

Is Goat Milk dairy free? Any milk product by an animal is considered dairy, but depending on the animal there can be differences in nutrition profile and composition. Because of these differences, some people who are sensitive to one type of milk may tolerate another type of milk better. Goat milk comes from, you guessed it, goats and has a slew of health benefits that make it easier to digest for certain people that commonly have lactose-sensitivity. The flavor is overall mild, with a bit of an almost nutty flavor and earthy undertone. Goat milk is creamy and also has a gentle tang.

  • 140 Calories
  • 7g total fat
  • 4g saturated fat
  • 0g trans fat
  • 25mg cholesterol
  • 115mg sodium
  • 11g total carbs
  • 0g dietary fiber
  • 11g sugars
  • 8g protein
  • 3mcg Vitamin D (15% DV)
  • 300mg calcium (25% DV)
  • 420mg potassium (9% DV)