Milk and milk products supply many good nutrients. In any reference to 'dairy' or 'milk', the first thing that comes to mind for most people is cow milk. Research into dairy in fact primarily concerns cow dairy. Yet, in recent years there has been a growing focus on the properties of goat milk and increasingly more people are consuming goat milk.
At Ausnutria we are convinced of the unique properties of goat milk. This is why we have been marketing goat milk products for over 10 years and we are working on a daily basis on expanding our knowledge of the composition of goat milk.
This way we are further building on the scientific foundation of our goat milk products. But what makes goat milk by its very nature such an interesting and beautiful product?
Goat milk has a unique fat and protein composition
The smaller fat globules and the relatively high volume of short and medium fatty acid chains in goat milk are relatively easy for the human body to break down. In addition, the relatively low volume of αS1 casein protein ensures that a softer mass is created in the stomach, which contributes to good digestion.
Goat milk helps support the immune system and cell growth
Goat milk is naturally rich in important nutrients, such as vitamins (A, D, B1, B2 and B12), minerals (calcium, phosphor, magnesium, zinc and iodine), proteins and fatty acids. It also naturally contains a high concentration of so-called nucleotides that help support the immune system and cell growth.
Goat milk has a naturally wonderful, mild taste
One of the highly underestimated benefits of goat milk is its mild taste! Consumers that use goat milk describe its taste as mild, light, fresh and delicious.