Consider these scientifically proven health benefits to make the transition to Goat Milk:
1.Good for Lactose Intolerant:
Research has shown Goat Milk to contain lower concentration of lactose compared to cow milk, which makes it a viable option for those suffering from Lactose Intolerance. Consuming milk products for many can result in mild to severe digestive disorders, ranging from bloating, cramps, to diarrhea. But the lower lactose content in Goat Milk makes it relatively easier to digest depending on the severity of each case. Test a small quantity to gage the reaction on your digestive system and make the transition to a nutrition-rich alternative.
2.Rich in nutrients:
Goat Milk is high in protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, that is not only beneficial for a daily diet but also assists in healing ailments such as anemia, osteoporosis, malabsorption, bone demineralization, and regenerate hemoglobin. Hence a recommendation for growing bones of children and keeping them strong in the old age.
Consistent of lower allergenic proteins makes Goat Milk an excellent source for repairing, growing, and developing bodies. It is also easily digestible which is helpful for weight loss plans. The essential combination of small fat globules and proteins makes it easier for the human body to breakdown for an improved digestive system along with a higher rate of converting the fat to energy as opposed to body fat. This helps prevent digestive and heart conditions like reduce cholesterol levels and coronary heart diseases.
4.Healthy inside and outside:
Known for its rich nutrients, Goat Milk provides health benefits not just for internal organs but also for a clear, fresh and healthier exterior. Consuming Goat Milk on a regular basis moisturizes the skin and gives it a young and glowing smoothness. The high Vitamin A concentration reduces irritation and skin allergies by protecting the body from bad bacteria, keeping the skin baby soft and clear of acne, eczema and autoimmune diseases.
Several research studies show Goat Milk assists in weight loss plans. The essential fatty acid component is easier for the human body to breakdown and converts the nutrients into energy instead of stored fat. Substitute regular milk with Goat Milk and see the accelerated loss in weight while still feeling energetic.
Goat Milk is considered to be the closest in nutrients and essential components to that of mother’s milk. Comprised of fatty acids, proteins, and minerals makes it extremely healthy and beneficial for people of all age groups and acts as a booster for several diet plans.
Yes, Goat Milk is known to be a better source of nutrients and minerals while raw and organic Goat Milk is an even healthier alternative providing more health benefits. It is essential to know the source and hygiene of the milk production, making raw and organic Goat Milk unadulterated and providing the optimal components for a rich diet.
Raw Goat Milk is considered to be extremely healthy and nutritious, the unadulterated and organic nature provides rich and long lasting benefits. The more raw and organic the milk is the better and higher it is in nutrients and minerals.
According to studies, goat milk is not only as nutritious as cow’s milk but is a much more beneficial substitute in terms of the number of benefits it has to offer. Compared to cow milk, goat milk contains 13% more calcium, 25% more vitamin B6, and 47% more vitamin A.
One of the main benefits of goat milk is that its chemical composition is far closer to human milk than cow milk. Hence it is easily assimilated and digested by the body. Furthermore, studies have shown that goat milk can help increase the uptake of iron and copper in our digestive tract, which is essential for people who struggle with anemia and other nutrient deficiencies.
Goat milk is also lower in lactose, or milk sugar in comparison to cow milk. Because many people aren’t as lactose intolerant as they believe or simply have trouble digesting cow milk and aren’t actually allergic to lactose, for them goat milk can be a viable option.
Goat milk is a wholesome food, with the added advantage of being more easily digested. As a result, it often agrees with sensitive or weak digestive systems. Goat's milk is naturally homogenized, which means the fat globules are small, and remain suspended in the milk. This helps in digestion and absorption. Many people that have digestive problems have found that goat milk has a natural anti-inflammatory component.
Many say the taste of goat milk is slightly sweeter than that of cow milk. However, mass-produced goat milk sold in most stores may have a “goaty” taste due to different methods of processing, packaging, and pasteurization. But at Courtyard Farms utmost care is taken to retain the original taste without leaving an aftertaste in your mouth.
Courtyard Farm milk products are whole, natural milk products suitable for any child ready for whole milk. It is often recommended for those sensitive to cow and/or soy milk. Goats' milk can be introduced into a baby's diet just like cows' milk, but we always recommend you seek the advice of a health professional before doing so.
All our goats are on free range grazing. They are taken by shepherd for grazing in the adjoining Aravalli mountains daily. In the evening, animals are further fed with green grass from the cultivated fields.
Animals which graze in open green fields or mountains for maximum part of the year are called as free range animals. Milk produced by such animals is supposed to be much healthier and nutritious. Mostly these animals are accompanied by shepherds when they are out for mountain or field grazing.
Pasteurization of milk refers to the heating of milk to a temperature and then rapidly cooling it. This process supposedly removes the bacteria and other harmful particles found in raw milk. Research shows no meaningful difference in the nutritional values of pasteurized and unpasteurized milk.
Although, Pasteurized milk contains low levels of the type of nonpathogenic bacteria that can cause food spoilage, so storing your pasteurized milk in the refrigerator is still important.
We do our bit towards the Nature. We use environmental friendly glass bottles, which are sterilised before packaging. Being Environmentally conscious, we also take these bottles back to recycle them again.
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