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Health benefits of Goat’s Cheese


Goat’s milk cheese has all the benefits of traditional cow’s milk and many more. As well as providing you with enough calcium to keep skin, bones and teeth strong, goat’s milk cheese is also a good source of potassium, protein and other nutrients needed for maintaining a healthy body, making it ideal for growing children and elderly adults.

Similar to sheep’s cheese milk, goat’s cheese can often be tolerated by those who otherwise cannot eat dairy products. Specific proteins which are often the reason for allergic reactions in cow’s milk are significantly more absent in goat products. This means that one of the main benefits of goats milk cheese is that it’s easier to consume for those who are lactose intolerant.

Using fresh goat’s milk means Grace’s goats cheese is also a good source of riboflavin, a B vitamin very important for energy production. Goat’s cheese also provides other vitamins you might usually find in expensive supplements.

Goats milk cheese is also an ideal choice for those who want to lose weight but want to keep cheese in their diet. With only 70 calories per 1 oz compared to 110 calories in the same sized portion of cheddar cheese, goats cheese is also lower in fat and cholesterol.