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What Makes Goat Protein Easy to Digest?

What Makes Goat Protein Easy to Digest?

One of the hallmarks of goat protein is that it is easy to digest. This is one of the number one concerns of people with allergies or intolerances. Because goat whey protein is so easy to digest, helps build muscle and boost the immune system, it is also an ideal choice for the elderly or even children who are suffering from a failure to thrive.

Goat Whey Supports Digestion

You’ve probably heard of casein, it is a form of milk protein that can be problematic for some people because it is more allergenic in nature. Soluble protein on the other hand, is a form of milk protein that is easier to digest and dissolves in water or water-based liquids.

Goat whey forms smaller clumps in the stomach when digested in comparison to cow whey. This as you can imagine, leads to less digestive stress. You can say goodbye to post-smoothie gas, bloating, and diarrhea!

For those who are lactose-intolerant, goat whey protein has less lactose making it easier to digest.

Goat protein also contains oligosaccharides which serve as prebiotics in the stomach. This in turn helps proliferate healthy bacteria and improve digestion overall.

Goat Whey Can Reduce Inflammation

Besides improving overall digestion, oligosaccharides are ant-inflammatory and can minimize pro-inflammatory bacteria from building up in the stomach and intestinal lining. They also promote the proliferation of healthy bacteria.

According to an article in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Goat milk contains significantly more oligosaccharides (gMOS) than bovine (bMOS) or sheep (sMOS) milk and also has a larger diversity of structures. 

Results from a 2016 study in the Journal of Dairy Science on goat whey demonstrated a preventive effect against the intestinal damage induced by acetic acid. The study stated that because of its efficacy, goat whey may be a potential treatment for human inflammatory bowel disease. Read more about how goat whey can decrease inflammation here.

What makes Goat Whey unique?

  • Local grass-fed goats
  • Free from pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, hormones
  • Tested for heavy metals
  • The gentlest method for drying fresh whole foods is used - Refractance window drying technology
  • Only 3 ingredients – Goat whey, stevia, chocolate or vanilla flavor

How to use Goat Whey:

Goat Whey can be mixed with just water, in a smoothie or it can even replace flour in some recipes. To help decrease cortisol production and increase growth hormone, consume Activ Goat Whey within 30-45 minutes of a workout.

Try Goat Whey today!

Have you tried Goat Whey? I'd love to hear about your experience in the comments below.

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