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Goat's Milk

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Natural Goodness of Goats' Milk

Goat known by its scientific name Capra Hircus was said to have first originated from Afghanistan and the Middle East. Its unique digestive system enables it to process highly fibrous material into food. This quality has made goats' milk very nutritious, boosts the immune system and has medicinal values for overall wellbeing.

For centuries people have known to use goats' milk for its medicinal qualities. Cleopatra and Ghandi have been known to consume this milk devotedly as part of their daily diet. Goats' milk is typically used as fresh milk for daily consumption, used in making cheeses, is processed into powdered milk and used as a main ingredient in soaps and shampoos. In recent years, goats' milk has been marketed in the form of tablets for use as daily supplement. It has been known to be consumed by lactose intolerant users.

Researches show that chemical structure of its milk has almost similar benefits of mothers' milk and has been recommended to be used as a complete and wholesome supplement for babies. Goats' milk contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, Calcium, Iron, Protein, Sodium, Potassium and Short Fatty Acid among other nutrients. It strengthens the immune system and boosts the reproduction of hemoglobin, which can then supply more oxygen to every organ in the human body for rapid cell regeneration.

Scientific research has long confirmed of its natural ability to aid in the healing process of many ailments like jaundice, low appetite, asthma, headaches or migraines, sinus problems, blood clots, gastric ulcers, diabetes, types of skin conditions, nerve problems and it can generally strengthen the heart.

It is fast becoming popular among people who know the digestive and healing goodness it can bring them. Goat's milk has now qualified to be commercialized to stand as one of the main ingredient in creating health food products around the world.

Nowadays there are an assortment of goats' milk based products in the market for a variety of uses particularly to aid our digestive system and general internal healing. Through research and high technology production, efforts are being made into manufacturing products that can retain the nutrients and qualities of fresh goats' milk.



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