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Power of Goat Milk

* Gets digestive tract
* Fights cancer, asthma and arthritis
* Contains
* Cures migraine
* Prevents blood pressure


Goat

Easily Digested

Goat milk is next to mother's milk and therefore easily accepted and digested especially by those young or sick, as it contains smaller fat molecules than cow's milk.

Infection

Goat milk stimulate babies digestive tract to seal itself, reducing risk of infection.

Vitamins & Minerals

Goat milk contains 13 percent calcium, 25 percent Vitamin B6, 47 percent vitamin A, and more potassium, three time more niacin and four times higher in copper than in cow milk.

High Calcium

Goat milk is rich in calcium. It is widely recognized for its role in maintaining the strength and density of bones. A cup of goat milk has almost 33 percent of the recommended daily allowances of calcium.

Asthma & Arthritis

Replacing cow's milk with goats milk may help to reduce recurrent ear infections, asthma, eczema and even rheumatoid arthritis

Cancer

Goat milk contains high pro-vitamin A. Researchers have found this to have cancer preventing properties.

Migraine

Goat milk contains Riboflavin and reduces frequent migraine headaches to those who suffer from them.

Blood Pressure

Goat milk is good source of potassium, so it may help to prevent high blood pressure.

Gastric & Ulcers

It is recommended in the treatment of gastrities and ulcers because goat milk soothes the digestive tract.

Alkaline

Goat milk has and alkaline PH, it does not produce acid which are associated with fatigue, headaches, muscle aches, pains and excess weight.

Courtesy Animal Nutritious Division Veterinary Research Institute, Gannoruwa, Peradeniya.

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