GUIDE TO Goat Milk

Alternative Medicine - - Quick Nutrition - BY KATE MOR­RI­SON, ND

De­spite be­ing the world's most com­monly con­sumed milk, Amer­i­cans are just start­ing to em­brace goat milk. As an al­ter­na­tive to cow dairy, it has a lot go­ing for it—es­pe­cially for those deal­ing with chronic in­flam­ma­tion, which is in­creas­ingly be­ing touted as the root cause of many symp­toms and dis­eases. While hered­i­tary fac­tors and the en­vi­ron­ment are two po­ten­tial pro-in­flam­ma­tory trig­gers, mod­i­fi­able life­style fac­tors, such as sleep, stress, and diet, can play a big role in man­ag­ing chronic in­flam­ma­tion. When look­ing at diet, it's im­por­tant to eat plenty of anti-in­flam­ma­tory foods, such as fatty fish, whole grains, and dark leafy greens. It's also im­por­tant to eval­u­ate food sen­si­tiv­i­ties and find al­ter­na­tives when needed. For peo­ple with sen­si­tiv­ity to cow milk, goat milk is gen­er­ally well-tol­er­ated.

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