When thinking of dairy products, most of the time we picture cows grazing in the fields and a farmer milking the cow. The dark side to most dairy products is that many people have hidden sensitivities to cow's milk that is causing inflammation in their body.
So if you don't want to give up dairy, but want to avoid reactions to cow's milk, what are you supposed to do? Interestingly enough, not all dairy products come from cows. In fact, a great substitute for cow milk is to use goat milk.
How is Goat Milk Different Than Cow Milk
Goat milk actually has quite a few differences compared to other milk. For instance, goat milk does not contain the same levels of Alpha s1 Casein that is found in cow milk. This type of casein is highly allergenic, and goat milk has nearly 90% less than cow.
Goat milk is also easier to digest. The milk contains more medium chain triglycerides, which is an easier fat for the body to digest. Studies have also shown that the protein in goat milk digests much more smoothly than that of cow milk.
In this episode, Joe Stout and I talk a lot more about how goat milk can be used as a substitute for cow milk:
»What some of the benefits of using goat milk are
»How goat milk is similar to human milk
»Why goat milk is so mineral rich
»What types of goat milk products are good for mineral absorption and protein synthesis
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- [1:30] What is the background of Mt Capra and when did it start
- [6:15] Why did Mt Capra focus on Goat Products instead of Cow Products
- [9:15] Joe was able to tolerate goat milk while having allergies to cow milk
- [10:45] Is sheep milk similar to goat milk or cow milk
- [11:45] What is the difference in the amount of yield of milk between a goat and cow
- [14:00] Why is goat milk similar in nutrient profiles to a mother's breast milk
- [15:00] Can a mom who has a hard time producing enough milk for their baby be able to use goat milk as a substitute instead of formula
- [16:30] Does goat milk have more protein than cow's milk
- [19:45] Milk coming from animals that spend more time in the pastures and feeding on natural foods are going to have more nutrient density
- [22:30] Goat milk is naturally homogenized so unlike cow's milk, goat milk does not need to go through this processing
- [25:45] Goat and cow cheese is packed full of minerals that they extract from the grasses and shrubs they feed on
- [29:30] Does grass show any signs of mineral depletion like other plants show
- [34:30] Joel Salatin talks about sustainable farming practices to improve the quality of the soil and to have more animals on the same plot of land, Mt Capra is following the same path
- [38:00] Use Mt Capra Clean Protein because it contains no fillers or sweeteners
- [38:30] Mt Capra Mineral Whey is a great resource for minerals that is extracted from the grasses and shrubs that the goats feed on
- [39:00] The Mt Capra Goat Milk Ghee is clarified butter that does not contain protein, minerals, and no lactose, so it is a pure butter oil that is packed full of MCT Oil
- [40:30] The best protein powders for increasing muscle mass is Clean Protein, Double Bonded Protein, and Goat Whey Protein (the Seattle Seahawks uses this protein)
- [43:15] Running on your farm you must have a busy morning routine, so what is your morning rituals
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