Animal milks

Dairy Products And Health

Milk and dairy products

Dairy products are an important source of calcium, but dairy calcium is not the best from a nutritional point of view. It allows just a plentiful supply.
Donkey Milk

Donkey milk

Donkey milk is very rich in minerals, trace elements and vitamins, contains very little fat. Its immunoglobulin helps strengthen the immune mechanisms of the organism and its enzymes help to regenerate the intestinal flora.
Goat Milk

Goat milk

The researchers found that goat milk has many nutrients that make it similar to human milk, as casein. Goat milk contains less casein alpha 1 type, responsible for most allergies to cow's milk. This makes goat milk hypoallergenic.
Sheep Milk

Sheep milk

Sheep milk has shown to have a benefit for people who have allergies or intolerances to cow's or goat’s milk as it appears devoid of beta-lactoglobulin, one of the most allergenic proteins from cow's milk.
Horse Milk

Mare milk

Mare milk is very rich in lysozyme, while only traces of this enzyme are found in cow's milk. The lysozyme is an enzyme acting as an antimicrobial agent.

Vegetable Milks

Spelt Milk

Spelt milk

Spelt milk contains vitamins B, D and E, calcium, iron and magnesium. Gluten intolerant people must be aware that this milk contains gluten.
Cashew Milk

Cashew milk

Among the home vegetable milks, the cashew milk is undoubtedly the one whose flavor is the most delicate. It is an ultra-creamy milk (moreover, after filtering there remains almost no fiber in the nut milk bag).
Coconut Milk

Coconut milk

The coconut milk is an excellent source of iron for men and women, while the desiccated coconut is a good source of iron in particular for for women, their needs being different.
Chestnut Milk

Chestnut milk

Chestnut milk can also replace cow milk for children with digestive problems. Naturally sweet, chestnut milk is very appreciated. But one of the main reasons why chestnut milk is especially good is its richness in minerals and calcium.
Soy Milk

Soy milk

Soy beverages fortified with vitamin A, D, B12, thiamine, zinc, calcium and unsweetened are vegetable drinks that have the most similar nutritional profile with respect to cow’s milk.