It is one of the variants | to detect allergy to cow’s milk protein. Cow’s milk proteins have a different protein composition than goat’s milk, which is attributed the greatest role in the development of child allergies.
However, goat products are also associated with a number of other positive effects on the human body. It is easily digestible, has a positive effect on the immune system, for example, has anti-stress and improves skin diseases.
The nature of the goat diet
The point is to replace cow’s milk and dairy products with goat milk. Better digestibility is due to the composition of fat particles that resemble breast milk.
Permitted and prohibited foods
All food, only milk and dairy, we pay for goat products.
- Cheese: mold, salty, fresh, spread
- Goat cheese spreads
- Yoghurts: white, flavored
- Yoghurt milk
- Goat Whey
- milk powder
- Only those foods that are made from cow’s milk
Diet for goat products
Breakfast: Knäckebrot with goat cheese spread, cucumber
Snack: Strawberry-banana fresh
Lunch: Paella with chicken and mushrooms
Snack: Goat’s milk
Dinner: Salad with Parma ham, goat cheese, honey and nuts, French baguette
Recipe – Homemade goat cheese
- Fresh goat’s milk
- Sulfur (or a few drops of lemon juice)
- Salt, caraway, spice to your liking
- To make your own goat cheese, you only need to buy a sulphurizer (or use a few drops of lemon juice).
- Drip it into fresh milk and let it precipitate.
- Then you pass over the canvas, add salt, caraway, and rub.
- Keep a day or two cool.
Experience with diet with goat products
Most babies allergic to cow’s milk, well tolerates goat’s milk, which can be used as a substitute.
But it’s not uncommon for individuals having a cow’s milk allergy to have a so-called cross reaction, which is also sensitive to goat’s milk.
Food allergies occur in 6-8% of infants. From the point of view of allergens, cow’s milk proteins clearly lead just before egg proteins. It manifests as eczema, difficulty breathing, or breakthrough .
Goat’s milk is said to have a calming effect, and can also help with migraines, rheumatic pain, skin eczema, gastrointestinal diseases, and associated organs (liver, pancreas).
Advantages include more basic character, less “acidity”, higher neutralizing capacity of goat’s milk, as well as higher levels of antioxidants and other preservatives.
The advantages and disadvantages of a goat diet
- Throws them as variegated to our diet.
- Goat’s milk contains three times more free amino acids than cow’s milk, especially one amino acid – taurine. Taurine increases recovery after physical exertion and at the same time taurine improves memory.
- They can also be children and allergy sufferers (see Experience).
- Goat’s milk products are especially beneficial to child allergy sufferers who have digestive problems. In particular, it occurs in infants who are not breastfed for at least the recommended period of at least 6 months and therefore more rapidly converted to diet with cow products.
- Goat’s milk has less lactose (allergen) than cow’s milk.
- Goat meat, due to other animal lifestyle, free grazing and movement, contains less hidden fat. Meat of especially young animals is beneficial.
Setting a “goat diet” purely for weight reduction is nonsense:
- Sheep and goat cheeses are more caloric than cow’s milk cheeses.
- Goat’s milk contains a little more protein (3.2 – 3.4%) than goat’s milk, but up to 4% fat, so it’s not entirely suitable for a diet!
- Goat products are generally among the more expensive foods, often in the BIO section.