Archive for the ‘Milk: Cow Milk & Goat Milk’ Category
23
May
Dairy Digestibility Chart

Dairy Digestibility Chart Dairy Digestability v3  PDF If your infant or child is lactose intolerant or has a hard time with dairy such as cow milk (eczema, constipation, reflux, gas, skin rashes, ear infections, etc), here is a chart to help you understand which dairy foods are easiest to digest vs most difficult so you can [Read more...]

14
Dec
My breastfed baby has bad gas and skin rashes. Is it the dairy and gluten I’m eating?
Cultured Drinkable Yogurt from A-2 Cows

 Q: My baby has had many issues such as rashes and gas, bad gas. We figured out the rashes were a gluten sensitivity in my breast milk since I gave up gluten and the rashes went away. I am currently doing no dairy to see if that solves the gas problem (which the gas has [Read more...]

9
Dec
Food Allergies to dairy and eggs is Amasai safe?
Food-allergies-Dont-feed

Q: My daughter is on a very special diet of no dairy and no eggs due to severe allergies. Is it safe for her to consume Beyond Organic’s Amasai cultured yogurt or Raw Cheese? Also, she really does not like meat but I’m interested in Beyond Organic’s Greenfed ground beef. How do I get her to eat it? [Read more...]

19
Jun
Difference between Cow Milk and Goat Milk

Q: What are the differences between Cow Milk and Goat Milk? A: Goat Milk vs Cow Milk •  Nutrient content of goat milk is slightly less than cow milk but goat milk is more digestible because the fat molecules are one-fifth the size of those from cow milk — making it easily tolerated by those [Read more...]

19
Jun
Can I feed Cow’s Milk to my 11 month old ?

Q: Can I start feeding my 11 month old cow’s milk? He’s been on formula for 3 months and he’s been constipated or has diarrhea. A: 1) If you’re going to start him on milk, make sure it’s whole milk, Organic (no added hormones/antibiotics), and from grass-fed cows. This makes a big difference in the [Read more...]

19
Jun
Is it good to give Low Fat Milk for Toddler?

No! If you’re buying low-fat milk for fear it is contributing to your child’s extra pounds, think again. It’s not whole milk causing our childhood obesity epidemic. It’s all the other junk he’s eating, the vitamins he’s not getting, and the lack of physical activity. Whole milk mostly contains its vitamins and nutrients in the [Read more...]

19
Jun
Raw milk vs pasteurized milk

Raw milk (unpasteurized) is one of the hottest health foods because it is easy to digest, contains immune building compounds, natural enzymes, and CLA which yields true health benefits. The research on raw dairy is fascinating. However, pasteurized cow’s milk is linked to ear/sinus infections, colds, allergies, skin rashes, constipation, and diarrhea in kids and [Read more...]

17
Jun
WHERE can I get clean RAW MILK from an ethical farm with grass-fed animals?

Find a local raw milk co-op in your town, or start one like I did. If you live near Miami, FL check out MyHealthyFoodClub.com Or find a local farm near you at www.RealMilk.com (site endorsed by Weston A Price Foundation). If you cannot find any fresh raw milk from grassfed pastured cows (or goats) in your [Read more...]

17
Jun
Why did Annika give her baby Raw Goat Milk Formula?

Kira was allergic/sensitive to cow milk based products since birth. While breastfeeding, I could not even consume any cow dairy myself or my breast milk would make her very sick resulting in her screaming with pain for hours, vomiting, and skin rashes on her face. All infant formulas are cow dairy based, and soy formula [Read more...]

17
Jun
Why are vitamins added to commercial pasteurized organic milk?

vitamins added to commercial pasteurized organic milk because commercial dairy farms raise cows inside buildings (many chained down all their life), thus not getting any fresh air or sunshine, and given grains to eat (not grass), all of which results in their milk being inferior quality not containing many vitamins found in raw milk. In [Read more...]