Goat Milk overcome Bone Loss (Osteoporosis) better than Milk Cow. Goat’s milk contains a variety of vitamins and minerals is high enough, including calcium, phosphorus, potassium, B vitamins and protein. Goat’s milk does not require homogenization, and easier to digest than cow’s milk. Excess milk goats, Goat’s milk contains fatty acids such as caprylic and capric acids which supports antimicrobial. The ability to kill bacteria better than the ability to kill bacteria in the cow’s milk.
Goat milk is a rich source of the mineral selenium as nutrients needed to improve antibodies and immunity as well as antioxidants. Goat’s milk does not suppress the immune system. Goat milk alkalinize digestive system. This milk contains alkaline base so it does not produce acids in the intestinal system. Goat milk less allergenic – it does not contain milk protein complex that stimulates an allergic reaction such as cow’s milk. Goat’s milk helps to increase the pH of the blood flow. Goat’s milk does not cause mucus and does not stimulate the immune response of the human defense system.
Prevent bone loss
Goat’s milk contains high calcium, every cup of milk that contains more than 32 percent of the recommended daily allowance. Beneficial calcium to maintain bone density and protect the people of bone loss (osteoporosis).
Goat’s milk is far superior in terms of cow’s milk helps prevent anemia and bone demineralization, say researchers from the University of Granada, in Spain.
Studies conducted by Doctor Javier Díaz Castro, focused on differences in the nutritional properties of susu kambing etawa and cow’s milk (with normal calcium content or enriched) and differences in hematological parameters in relation to the metabolic system.
In animal experiments, Castro found that both anemia and bone demineralization showed better recovery with goat milk. He noted that the content of iron, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium are higher in goat milk helps repair hematological parameters and parathyroid hormone levels (the hormone that regulates the body’s calcium balance). He added that the regular consumption of goat milk “has a positive effect on mineral metabolism, recovery from ferropenic anemia and bone mineralization in rats.