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Goat milk is the most complete food known1. It contains vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein, and fatty acids all utilized by the body with ease. In fact the body can digest goat’s milk in 20 minutes. Having fat molecules one-fifth the size of those in cow’s milk makes it easily digestible and tolerable to those with compromised digestive systems.
”Raw Milk Cures Many Diseases” was an article written in 1929 by the founder of the Mayo Clinic, John E Crewe, M.D. This article documents raw milk tackling chronic ailments including:
- Brain and nerve disorders
- Fluid retention
- Liver disease
- Heavy metal poisoning
- Kidney disease
- Kidney stones
- Gastric disturbances
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Poor digestion
- Heart disease
Seventy-two percent of the milk used throughout the world is from goats. Goat milk has no cream separation because of smaller fat molecules. It contains preformed Vitamin A in the milk fat that allows it to be readily available for use by the body. Goat milk contains a higher evolved carotene (pro-Vitamin A). Researchers find the pro-Vitamin A to have cancer-preventing properties. The protein in goat milk forms a softer curd (the term given to the protein clumps that are formed by the action of stomach acid on the protein), which makes the protein more easily and rapidly digestible.
Although the mineral content of goat’s milk and cow’s milk is generally similar, goat’s milk contains:
- 13 percent more calcium
- 25 percent more vitamin B-6
- 47 percent more vitamin A
- 134 percent more potassium
- Three times more niacin.
- It also contains 27 percent more of the antioxidant selenium than cow’s milk.
1 Journal of American Medicine