GUIDE TO Goat Milk
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.