Posted 16 February 2006 - 09:13 PM
well i just found out kroger sells it. i dont know how long they had it, but i had drank it once at a health food store, same brand, and i was so happy with it. but the store was like out of the way,a 45 min drive, and it was like 4 dollars for a quart
goat milk is like 3 dollars here for a quart but i mean thats not bad considering people go and pay a dollar for bottle water. i dont have any problems with it either, skin or digestion and its one of the most delicous drinks i ever had far superior to bad after-taste from cows milk.
for someone like me who is having weight issues with healthy eating and cant drink cows milk ii definately try goats milk out
Posted 16 February 2006 - 09:26 PM
Posted 16 February 2006 - 09:32 PM
Posted 16 February 2006 - 09:55 PM
Bulk up by eating more starchy veggies, whole grain hot cereals, organic meats, eggs, fish, poultry, and good fats.
Posted 16 February 2006 - 10:27 PM
the body naturally keeps the blood at a nuetral PH level, if you consume a lot of acid forming foods the body will automatically draw calcium from the bones to balance the PH of the blood. unfortunately meat and dairy products are high in acidity.
a diet rich in animal protein & dairy will lead to a gradual decrease in bone density and possibly osteoporosis
it is unfortunate that the dairy council continues to portray dairy products giving people 'stronger bones', their motivation is simply to boost up sales.
the best source of calcium is from green veggies like brocoli
Posted 17 February 2006 - 12:04 AM
As has been pointed out in another thread, the calcium-phosphorous ratio is important. Calcium is absorbed better when those minerals are relatively balanced. Should it be any big surprise that they are VERY well-balanced in milk? Is it also any surprise that the sugar naturally present in milk (lactose) also stimulates the absorption of calcium, whereas other sugars do not? Should it be any big surprise that the fatty acid profile of butterfat seems to enhance calcium absorption for some reason, whereas the polyunsaturated fats in vegetables actually decrease it? I think not.
Many people point to the protein content of milk and try to suggest that that's something that works against calcium absorption; however, I wouldn't be surprised at all if the specific design of milk protein (like all the other factors in milk) is actually supportive of calcium absorption. I think milk is still the best way to get calcium into you.
Posted 17 February 2006 - 01:06 AM
the saturated fat in goats milk is low-med chain sat fat like that of coconut oil. the protein is different which many people are allergic to in cows milk. im sure cooking will alter the fat some like monounsat perhaps. but cooking does that with anything if you eat hamburger meat its altered, eggs altered, fish altered. less nutritous yes
calcium isnt the issue, im looking like im on crank right now jp just the skinny part lol and i eat alot of calories. if it bothers me ill stop it but 32 ounces in a quart getting 8 ounces every other other day isnt gonna hurt me. moderation baby, id prob be worse off drinking soy milk
as for phospho ill get my raw egg yolk with milk they say they go good together
until the day i find raw milk
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