July 3, 2017
  1. Did you know that Goats’ Milk is easier to digest, adds nutrition and is a source of key essential vitamins and minerals? 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 Many people benefit from the specific composition of Goats’ Milk. The special characteristics concerning the composition of Goats’ Milk result in its nutritional utilization which is markedly higher compared to cows’ milk.9

  2. Did you know that only one glass of Goats’ Milk gives you more than two thirds of the recommended daily requirement of zinc? Zinc is an important mineral for the maintenance of healthy skin, wound healing and helps boost immunity.10

  3. Did you know that the KABRITA’s Goat Milk range is GMO* free and has not been exposed to antibiotics, growth hormones or pesticides11? *GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms)

  4. Did you know that KABRITA Goats’ Milk is high in vitamin D? KABRITA Instant Full Cream Goat Milk contains added vitamin D. One 200ml glass of KABRITA Instant Full Cream Goat Milk (25g of powder) gives you half your daily requirements of vitamin D.12 Vitamin D is necessary for normal bone structure and helps to increase the absorption of both calcium and phosphorus in the digestive tract. Vitamin D helps maintain normal bones and teeth, normal muscle function and normal functioning of the immune system.13,14

  5. Did you know that KABRITA Goats’ Milk contains a good source of calcium? Drinking one 200ml glass of reconstituted KABRITA Instant Full Cream Goat Milk (25g of powder) gives you one quarter of your daily requirement of calcium. Calcium is essential for the development and maintenance of strong bones and teeth and help reduce the risk of bone density problems like osteoporosis and may also aid in weight control by helping breakdown body fat, as part of an energy controlled diet.15,16, 17,18

  6. Did you know that Goats’ Milk contains the highest amount of prebiotics among domestic animals? These prebiotics are in the form of oligosaccharides. In the gut these prebiotics can help to maintain the health of our digestive tract by encouraging the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, preventing the growth of harmful bacteria and offering an anti-inflammatory effect.19,20,21,22

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