Goat Milk FAQs
The Amazing Health Benefits of Raw Goat’s Milk
Hero’s Pets is proud to carry a new line of Raw, Cultured Goat’s Milk by Answers +. Raw Goat’s Milk is the easiest most complete way to deliver raw nutrition. Answers + also makes a full line of raw foods with healing Kombucha Cultures (shown to stimulate the immune system, prevent cancer, and improve digestion and liver function (5)) and added anti-inflammatory Green Tea.
Raw milk tackles chronic ailments including (3):
-Brain and nerve
-Heavy Metal Poisoning
-Ulcers (more acid-buffering capacity than cow's milk, soy infant formula, and nonprescription antacid drugs)
-Goat milk alkalinizes the digestive system preventing many illnesses
-It contains a group of alkaline minerals, and it does not produce acid in the intestinal system
Goat milk helps to increase the pH of the bloodstream because it is the dairy product highest in the amino acid L-
glutamine. L-glutamine is an alkalinizing amino acid, often recommended by nutritionists for maintaining intestinal integrity and muscle tissue.
Goat milk compared to Cow’s milk:
-smaller fat molecules -preformed Vitamin A (readily available for use by the body) -higher evolved carotene (pro-Vitamin A with cancer-preventing properties) -more easily and rapidly digestible -13% more calcium -25 % more vitamin B-6 -47% more vitamin A -134% more potassium -three times more niacin -27 % more of the antioxidant selenium
Is Raw Milk Safe? .... Actually, is pasteurized milk Safe?
“Pasteurized milk from confinement dairies can cause much sickness and many lives.” (2) Pasteurization not only changes milk but it turns it from a healing food to a potentially harmful food. Pasteurization destroys enzymes, diminishes vitamin content, denatures milk proteins, destroys vitamins C, B12, and B6, kills beneficial bacteria, promotes pathogens and is associated with allergies, tooth decay, growth problems, osteoporosis, arthritis, heart disease and cancer (4). Today’s certified raw milk has stricter standards then pasteurized milk. The bacteria count for the standard plate count for pasteurized milk is 15,000 per ml after pasteurization and 25,000 per ml after pasteurization for cream. There are fewer bacteria allowed in certified raw milk than pasteurized milk.