Goat's milk contains a large amount of biologically active substances, and protein and fat globules are smaller, therefore for baby food goat milk is even more acceptable than cow.
Gozier milk contains many vitamins and minerals. Cow's milk, of course, is very useful, but the concentration of nutrients in goat is much higher.
Rich in calcium and phosphorus, goat milk is very useful for the formation of bones, nails and hair in children , as well as for metabolism and normal functioning of the nervous system. This milk is rich in vitamins C, D, A, as well as B vitamins, which are necessary for a children's growing body. Goat milk is also useful because of its high potassium content, without which the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system is impossible.
However, goat milk cannot replace a woman’s breast milk in any way, since it has a completely different character of proteins. Breast milk belongs to albumin protein products, and goat milk belongs to casein products, like cow milk.
But with artificially feeding a baby goat’s milk is extremely useful as it is an excellent vitamin supplement for the baby. In addition, goat's milk practically does not contain lactose, which babies often allergy .
Experts believe that you can give goat milk to a child from 3 months. Milk should be fresh, and for feeding the baby it is diluted in the proportions 1: 1 with warm boiled water. The daily norm of goat milk for infants is not more than 50 g, for children over one year old - 100 g, and children from 12 years old and adults should drink no more than a glass of goat milk per day.
Goat’s milk is not stored for long because microbes are developing rapidly. Even boiled goat's milk turns sour much faster than cow's milk. Therefore, before giving goat's milk to a child, make sure that it is fresh and does not contain any additives.