December 1, 2008

Oprah's Dr. Oz Promotes Goat Milk

Sister watches Oprah. Sister also listens to advice given by Dr. Oz. So when he discussed goat milk she was excited to tell me.

I tried to use the new title link to link to the website. Hope it works.

According to Dr. Oz
Sardinians also drink goat's milk, which is high in calcium and good for your heart. "Plus, researchers believe it could protect against Alzheimer's and heart disease," Dr. Oz says.
Not only is goat's milk healthy, it's easier for your stomach to digest and is also good for people who are lactose intolerant. "It has tryptophan, that same sort of mellowing agent that turkey has," Dr. Oz says. "The fat particles in goat milk are much smaller than in cow milk, so you don't have to mix it up. And when you mix up fat globules, in some people it makes enzymes that irritate your stomach." Goat's milk is available in most grocery store dairy departments—just look for it in a smaller size than a gallon.

1 comment:

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