Disclaimer: This review made is of my honestly held opinion and am not a statement of fact.
Home made tasty goat milk
- I have issues with cow’s milk, and I bought this as an alternative. No stomach issues here, great product!
- The smell wasn’t overpowering, so does with the taste. Creamy texture to it.
- I find it doesn’t stack and mix well with other beverages.
Duration length of product testing: 4 weeks
It’s common knowledge already that goat milk is more nutritious and better tolerated by the human body. Rich in fat and protein, it can help gain weight and become strong. It is as versatile as regular milk and can be safely included in one’s diet.
The Meyenberg Whole Powdered Goat Milk is a product of a long standing tradition. Made of grade A goat milk and without any growth hormones, it delivers an important quantity of Vitamin D3, as well as of Folic Acid and Calcium. This milk is easy to digest, despite of being known as ‘heavier’. If you want to understand its benefits, keep reading below. Note that this doesn’t come in liquid, but in solid, powder form. Meyenberg chose to do this because it makes for a much longer shelf life. Therefore, you don’t have to worry that it goes bad soon.
You can buy 340 grams or 12 oz containers. The cost varies only a bit – it is priced between $12 and $14. You won’t see much of a price difference or discount when it comes to this product. There are 12 servings per container, which isn’t that much.
Taste and Use
With the package you get an enclosed scoop to measure your servings. Shake the can, then get two leveled scoops mixed with a glass of warm water. You may drink this milk warm or chilled. Consider one cup or 240 ml as one serving. You may, however, make as much as you please. It has a pleasant gourmet taste and can be consumed just like regular milk: simple in a glass, in a smoothie, with cereals or cooked/incorporated to various meals.
Meyenberg Goat Milk is a family owned business which was started in 1934. Its purpose was to make more people reap the benefits of goat milk consumption. This is superior to cow’s milk through its nutrient rich profile. If your body doesn’t tolerate cow milk too well, you may find this alternative to be much friendlier. Also, it may work well when you are unable to handle the soy option.
One serving has 140 calories – not much, but it’s not negligible either. There are 4 g of saturated fat, 115 mg of sodium, 25 mg cholesterol and 11 g of carbs (sugars). Goat milk can be consumed by children, but refrain from giving this to infants, at least not without consulting with a healthcare professional beforehand.
Unless you are allergic to goat milk, you may consume this without any worry. Moreover, the milk in question comes solely from the Meyenberg farm, which is 100% dedicated to ecological and humane practices.
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