The natural​​​ goodness of Goat Milk

The benefits of Goat Milk vs. Cow Milk

Goat milk has always been a bit of a trade secret among moms and is known for its naturally easy to digest properties. Kabrita has​​harnessed the gentle benefits of goat milk into our line of Goat Milk foods, designed for babies and toddlers.

There are a number of important differences between cow milk and goat milk. Is goat milk extraordinary? We think so!

Let's explore what makes Goat Milk the better milk

GENTLE PROTIEN Compared to cow milk, goat milk protein forms a smaller, softer, and looser curd in the tummy, leading to quick and easy digestion.
GOOD FATS The fats in goat milk are also naturally easy to digest. They are smaller than cow milk fats and rich in beneficial short and medium chain fatty acids.
HEALTHY PREBIOTICS Compared to cow milk, goat milk contains 6x the amount of gut-supportive prebiotic oligosaccharides.
NATURALLY NUTRITIOUS Goat milk is rich in critical nutrients. Compared to cow milk, it has shown superior mineral bioavailability.

Choosing Kabrita Goat Milk-based Formula

Naturally easy to digest, goat milk is an ideal protein base for baby formula. Like cow milk, goat milk must also be adapted and fortified to meet the specific nutritional needs of little ones.

At Kabrita, we walk through this process carefully and mindfully, using the highest quality, non-GMO ingredients, crafting a safe and gentle formula, with a mild and sweet taste.

Gentle on Tiny Tummies
Gentle on Tiny Tummies

With a casein composition closer to breast milk and superior digestibility than cow milk, Kabrita goat milk formula is naturally easy to digest and gentle on tiny tummies.

Fortified and adapted
Fortified and adapted

Unlike goat milk, goat milk formula is fortified with additional nutrients, and contains 22 vitamins and minerals, including folic acid, iron, and DHA.

Superior quality and taste
Superior quality and taste

Made with high quality, non-GMO Dutch goat milk, Kabrita goat milk formula is the only formula to be certified Glyphosate-residue free.

Kabrita Goat Milk Formula may be a solution for children with symptoms associated with cow milk sensitivity

Cow milk sensitivity may encompass the delayed, mild to moderate symptoms associated with cow milk.

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gas, diarrhea,
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chronic chest
congestion
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recurrent ear
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reflux
reflux
chronic nasal<br />
congestion
chronic nasal
congestion

The proteins in goat milk create a gentle curd in the tummy and are digested at a similar speed as breast milk. Kabrita goat milk formula is naturally easy to digest and gentle on tiny tummies.

Parents tell us that Kabrita goat milk formula has been a solution for their little ones with symptoms associated with cow milk sensitivity.

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What about Lactose intolerance and Cow Milk Protein Allergy?

Lactose Intolerance

Lactose is often blamed for tummy troubles in little ones, but it’s the primary carbohydrate source in breast milk. Lactose is identical, regardless of source (breast milk, cow milk or goat milk). According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, lactose intolerance is uncommon under 2-3 years of age. Lactose intolerance should be assessed and diagnosed by a healthcare provider. Kabrita goat milk formula is not suitable for children with galactosemia and/or congenital alactasia.

How common? Recommendation
Lactose intolerance Uncommon under 2-3 years of age Avoidance of lactose lactose-free soy formula

Cow milk protein allergy

Cow milk protein allergy can be a serious health problem and affects 2-3% of children under 1 year of age. Symptoms may be immediate or delayed, and may include moderate to severe symptoms such as hives, vomiting, wheezing, severe eczema, and/or blood in stool. Cow milk protein allergy should be assessed and diagnosed by a healthcare provider. Kabrita goat milk formula is not suitable for children diagnosed with cow milk protein allergy.

How common? Recommendation
Cow milk protein allergy 2-3% under 1 year of age Avoidance of cow and goat milk protein; extensively hydrolyzed/hypoallergenic formula