If you have ever seen the movie Heidi, you will remember Heidi’s cousin Clara who was ill. After spending a summer with Heidi and her grandpa, Clara was healed with the the goat’s milk and the fresh mountain air. If you haven’t seen this movie, check it out…
Goat’s milk is very nourishing. Goats are known for being very flexible, vigorous, and for being friendly. Cows are known for being stiff and sturdy. The calcium for each animal is different.
Goat’s milk is very nutrient dense. Goat’s milk is naturally homogenized.
(For those of you that don’t know what homogenized means: to prepare an emulsion, as by reducing the size of the fat globules in (milk or cream) in order to distribute them equally throughout. )
Like I said above… goat’s milk is naturally homogenized, so if you try to leave it set so you can get the butterfat off the top to make butter, you will not get very much.
Here is a list of nutrients in a cup of Goat’s milk
Vitamin D 31.1%
vitamin B2 20%
Calories (168) 9%
I found this chart here. This article also, talks about goat’s milk preventing migraine headaches which I talked about the other day.
Allergies to cow’s milk may show up as recurrent ear infections, asthma, eczema and even rheumatoid arthritis.
Over the last 3 days, I have discussed with you many benefits of goat’s milk. If you would like to study more, you can get books from the library or google benefits of goat’s milk and nutrition.
Hope this information have been beneficial to you.
Happy 4th of July to you all.