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Raw Goats Milk for Dogs and Cats
Ingredients: Raw goat’s milk with added cultures (Lactococcus lactis and Leuconostoc mesenteroides),
honey, and organic cinnamon


Goat’s Milk
According to the Journal of American Medicine, “Goat milk is the most complete food known.” 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.

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, and three times more niacin. It also contains 27 percent more of the antioxidant selenium than cow's milk. Goat milk has long been used and recommended as an aid in the treatment of ulcers due to its more effective acid buffering capacity. Goat milk has more buffering capacity than over the counter antacids. (The USDA and Prairie View A&M University in Texas have confirmed that goat's milk has more acid-buffering capacity than cow's milk, soy infant formula, and nonprescription antacid drugs.) Goat milk alkalinizes the digestive system.It actually 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 blood stream because it is the dairy product highest in the amino acid L-glutamine. L-glutamine is an alkalinizing amino acid, often recommended by nutritionists.


Benefits of Raw Milk
“Pasteurized milk from confinement dairies can cause much sickness and many lives.” states Dr. Ron Schmid in his book, The Untold Story of Milk, Green Pastures, Contented Cows and Raw Dairy Foods. Raw milk from pasture fed goats and cows is a life giving, healing food.

”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
Nutrients Answers Raw Goat Milk on As Fed Basis 
(100g, 3.5 oz. serving)
Crude Protein 3.56%
Arginine 0.119
Histidine 0.089
Isoleucine 0.207
Leucine 0.314
Lysine 0.290
Methionine-Cystine 0.13
Phenylalanine-Tyrosine 0.334
Threonine 0.163
Tryptophan 0.044
Valine 0.240
Crude Fat 4.14%
Linoleic Acid 0.11 g
Linolenic Acid 0.04 g
Carbohydrate 4.45%
Calcium 134 mg
Phosphorus 111 mg
Ca:P ratio 1.2 : 1
Potassium 204 mg
Sodium 50 mg
Magnesium 14 mg
Iron 0.05 mg
Copper 0.046
Zinc 0.30 mg
Selenium 1.4 mcg
Vitamin A 57 mcg
Vitamin C 1.3 mg
Vitamin E 0.07 mg
Thiamine 0.048 mg
Riboflavin 0.138 mg
Pantothenic Acid 0.310 mg
Niacin 0.277 mg
Pyrodoxine 0.046 mg
Folate 1 mcg
Vitamin B12 0.07 mcg
16 mg

Energy: 21 kcal per 1oz. or 336 kcal per pint





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