Karihome provides milk formulas for children from 6 months old to 3 years old and adults. There is a specific formula for each different age group to ensure that your children’s nutritional needs are met.
4 Key Benefits of Goat’s Milk:
1. Natural Nutrition
Goat milk contains high level of nucletiodes, sialic acid and taurine naturally which are vital for the health and well-being of the children. Goat’s milk is also innately high in calcium which is the essential mineral for healthy bone growth.
2. Easier to Digest
Goat milk forms softer curds which can be digested more readily than dense cow milk curd. Goat milk can be digested about a third of time faster than cow milk. In addition to that, goat’s milk also contains natural CPP (Casein Phosphopeptides) which helps with mineral absorption.
3. Reduce Allergenic Burden
Goat’s milk contains lesser allergens than cow’s milk, thus the chance of getting allergy reaction by goat’s milk consumer is lower. Many children who experienced itchy skin and rashes after drinking cow’s milk had fewer and less severe reaction when they switched to goat’s milk.
4. Improves Tummy Health
Goat milk can prevent the loss of the gastrointestinal tract barrier function. Great development and maintenance of gastrointestinal tract barrier function helps to reduce the risk of getting gastrointestinal problems such as vomiting, diarrhea and tummy upset.
Children aged 3-7 years old
Q: Is goat milk suitable for people with lactose intolerance?
A:: Often there is confusion about lactose intolerance and it can be incorrectly diagnosed. Sometimes, people who believe they are lactose intolerant find goat milk an agreeable product. All milk from mammalian species (cows, goats, sheep, humans) contains lactose, which is the major carbohydrate in the milk of most species. However, sometimes cow milk protein intolerance (CMPI) is misdiagnosed as lactose intolerance. In cases of CMPI, goat milk can be an effective alternative, especially for infants and children.