Global Healing Center Touts Goats’ Milk

It comes as no surprise to us that the Global Healing Center touts goats’ milk and speaks highly of goat milk products.

According to the Center, goat’s milk provides the following benefits:

  • Reaction to Inflammation
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Supports metabolism
  • Bio-Availability
  • “Smaller” Fat
  • High in Fatty Acids
  • Rich in Calcium
  • Anti-Mucousal
  • Ultra-Nourishing
  • Less Toxic Than Cow’s Milk
  • May Boost Immune System

That list is, quite frankly, an eye-opener, and yet, in the United States, consumers of goat’s milk and goat milk products in the United States lag far behind consumers of cow’s milk.

It not only is an eye-opener but a head-shaker!

But change takes time!

If you were to look at the history of the United States and, in particular, the history of farming and ranching in the United States, it would be easy to see how the cow has grabbed the Number One spot with regards to “milk” consumption.  There is big money in cow’s milk, and big money means more marketing money means more exposure means more lobbying, and on and on it goes.

But what all of that “big money” cannot do is silence the growing trend among Americans to “go healthy.”  Recent studies from acclaimed research facilities show, undeniably, that goat’s milk is healthier for humans to drink than cow’s milk, and Americans in the year 2018 are rapidly becoming health conscious. So the consumption of goat’s milk is slowly increasing, as are sales of goat milk products like probiotics, whey, ghee, goat milk soaps and lotions, cleansing supplements, and infant formula.

Change is happening! Slowly, perhaps, but change is happening.

And there will always be room for you on the Goat Milk Products Bandwagon.


Mt. Capra is a small, family-run farm in the Pacific Northwest which, for nearly a century, has been producing premium whole foods and nutritional products from goat milk. Our grass-fed goats graze on pesticide-free and chemical-free forage 365 days a year. No hormones or antibiotics are used to increase production.

Wellness shaped by goat’s milk


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