Thank you for carrying this at a great price. I can't digest cow milk. I make a kefir-thin type yogurt with it. Takes 24 hours but is easier to mix up since it's already sterilized. Worth the wait. It keeps my blood sugar steady throughout the day and I bring it to work for my lunch.
I was surprised when my male cat loved it. He would never touch cow milk. He now begs for it as I mix it up. If I'm making yogurt and stirring the container he tries to put his paw in it! The milk stimulates his appetite then he eats the rest of his food. He's has lymphoma and is doing well as long as he eats but he loses his appetite unless we keep trying foods he loves.
My daughter is 2 years & 5 months old and has been is goat's milk for the last 6 months. She had acid reflux and gastritis. We tried every milk in the market and nothing worked (constipation, vomits, etc.). This milk is GREAT! It doesn't taste bad, however we add a little bit of honey. Also my 9 months old baby has to be in formula since this one is not recommended for infants(0-1 year) but we add 2 ounces of goat's milk to his formula because is the only way that he won't be constipated but don't add the honey (there's a medical reason for babies under 1 year old ...). It's worth it to try!.
My family has a history of trouble digesting cows milk so I decided to start my child on goats milk after I was done bfing. I've had no issues and she loves the taste. It's actually the closest thing to breast milk. I never added any additional sugars like honey or corn syrupit's plenty sweet! I sometimes drink this milk too when I'm out of regular milk and don't mind the taste at all. It's also got vitamin D and plenty of fat and my healthy child is proof that it's good for her..
I don't ever write reviews but in good Karma... Becoming a new mother, I've been unfortunate. I haven't been able to produce milk for my baby. After trying everything to produce and failing, I had to put my 2 week old on formula. I had then stepped into a nightmare. Baby had continuous stomach pains.
I've asked mothers and doctors for suggestions. I've tried half a dozen different formulas to see which ones gave her less stomach aches. The ones that are made to help Colic babies did help a little but they are corn starch based and are not healthy for babies. It brought me into tears and broke my heart seeing my little girl tightening her whole body and holding her breath in pain, jerking in discomfort while trying to sleep, and then crying her eyes out for 2 days because Nestle Good Start was not a good start and was the worse and last formula that we tried. My brother came to visit and told me to try goat's milk.
So, I researched and read that infants should not be put on it because it's deficient in some areas but I was desperate. I bought this powdered goat milk and mixed it with her formula (half and half). In the next 4 days, we noticed that she was having less and less stomach pains. She is now 8 weeks old and she has about 90% less pains and on the great days 99% less. It's helped her poo more frequently.