Goat Milk
Advantage of goat's milk - Reduce gastrointestinal discomfort and allergies

Goat milk protein contains more β-casein, which forms fine and porous milk curds. Its unique structure allows more efficient digestion of goat milk protein, is easier to be absorbed and may help to reduce gastrointestinal discomfort conditions in babies (e.g. skin rashes, milk reflex etc). In general, cow milk formula needs additional processing to make its milk protein smaller or easier to be digested, such as adding whey or hydrolyzing it. As goat milk proteins are naturally fine and delicate, no additional processing is required. Fine milk proteins are easy to digest and absorb.


Goat milk fat contains essential nutrition that supports baby's growth: More Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA) makes milk fat easier to be digested and converted to energy faster. Natural Sn-2 PA is easily absorbed & digested and does not cause hard stools & calcium soap formation. Natural Sphingolipid, Vitamin A, D, E, K are naturally inherent and rich in goat milk.



Most allergic reactions are caused by genetics and in part by food and environmental factors. Food allergies mainly caused by certain allogeneic proteins. Environmental factors generally have pollen, pet dander, sometimes hot water, and sunlight can also cause skin irritation. Goat milk contains less αs1-casein & may reduce the incidence of skin discomfort and gastrointestinal disorder caused by cow milk allergy.


Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is meant purely for educational purposes and may not be used as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should seek the advice of your doctor or a qualified healthcare provider before starting any treatment or if you have any questions related to your health, physical fitness or medical condition.