For centuries goat milk has been used as a luxurious mosturizer. Goat milk contains lactic acid, which is a natural exfoliant, this helps cleanse and soften the skin. Goats milk has a ph level that is closest to our own skin making it gentle and skin loving even on the most sensitive skin types.
Goat milk is an excellent source of calcium and the amino acid triotophan, it is also a good source of magnesium, protein, phosphorus, riboflavin (b12), potassium, sodium, selinium, zinc, and iron. It is rich in fats, vitamin A, D, C, E, K, niacin, choline, and folate.
On a world wide basis there are more people that drink goat milk than any other single animal milk. Goat milk has the same amount of protien, vitamin C and D as cow milk, but goat milk has more vitamin A and B and riboflavin. Goats convert all carotene into vitamin A making a whiter milk.
- Goat milk is hypo allergenic.
- Goat mllk does not have the protein that is the main cause of allergic reactions, b-lactoglobulin.
- Goat milk has more acid buffering capacity than cow milk or soy formulas and non perscription antacid drugs
- Goat milk has a content of uric acid which can be significant in the prevention of fatty liver synderome
- Goat milk is easier to digest than cow milk due to smaller fat globules contained in the goat milk
- Goat milk forms a softer curd which makes it easier to digest
- Goat milk is naturally homogenized