Cow's Milk vs Goat's Milk
In Australia, we tend to stick to the milk we’re familiar with, which is usually cow milk. But did you know that 65% of the world reach for goat milk instead?
When it comes to goat milk vs cow milk, it’s easy to see that goat milk packs a better nutritional punch. Because of its molecular structure, goat milk is gentler on your little one’s digestive system. When we take a peek at goat milk under a microscope, the fat and protein molecules are smaller than cow’s milk, making them not only easier to digest by babies and toddlers, but closer to breast milk than cow milk is. This means goat milk is the perfect transition from breast milk, as it won’t shock your bub’s digestive system, or trigger any unwanted intolerances or allergies.
A Paediatric Nutritionist gives her verdict on the benefits of goat milk in this video.