Goat’s milk is known to be so much better than Cow’s milk. Goat’s milk is very high in tryptophan, calcium, phosphorus and riboflavin. It even contain protein and potassium. Several studies has shown, goat’s milk is a good choice for infants too. As compared to cow’s milk and baby formula, goat’s milk is equivalent to breast milk.
Goat’s milk is easier to digest and for those who can’t tolerate cow’s milk, goat’s milk would be a better choice. For some people drinking cow’s milk could cause ear infections, asthma, eczema and rheumatoid arthritis. Goat’s milk could actually reduce these symptoms.
Feta cheese is a produce from goat’s milk and as compared to cheddar, mozzarella or any other cow’s milk produced cheese, goat’s milk cheese contain less cholesterol and higher in protein. For further information on goat’s milk and it’s goodness visit WHFoods.
I have tasted goat’s milk and it tastes and smells a little different from cow’s milk. It isn’t as thick and white as cow’s milk, maybe because it’s natural. Most cow’s milk you get from bottles or boxes are processed and aren’t natural, unless you purchase it from the milk man. Therefore, drinking goat’s milk for the first time may be a little hard to swallow.