NANNYcare Goat Milk Infant Nutrition is a formula milk alternative for babies that provides all the nutrition and benefits of Goat Milk to offer them the best start in life. The New Zealand goats that provide the milk are grass-fed pastures and raised without the use of hormones, stimulants or growth enhancing drugs in their healthy diet. This provides a natural milk that is processed and fortified with essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals including iron, folic acid, vitamins A, C and D which support the health, developments and growth of babies at this important time.
The nutritional qualities of goat milk naturally make it very gentle on tiny stomachs owing to the low levels of the protein alpha-s1 caesin which makes the curds in the milk smaller and softer. The low level lactose NANNYcare Milk powder's softer curds and amino acids are more efficiently absorbed in to the digestive system, unlike cow's milk, making it a formula milk option for babies with a lactose intolerance or allergy*. NANNYcare Goat Milk also has smaller droplets of fat and double the amount of medium-chain fatty acids in comparison to the fat presence in cow's milk, which further supports the ease of digestion, reduced gut inflammation and permeability, in young infants.
- 900g tin of NANNYcare Goat Milk Infant Nutrition powder.
- Goat milk is naturally high in nucleotides which may help with regulating the immune system.
- Easily digested due softer curds, smaller fat globules and twice the amount of medium-chain fatty acids.
- Low lactose level milk with no added sucrose or glucose.
- Supports growth, digestion and development of young babies.
- Rich in Omega 3 and 6.
- Made from milk of grass-fed New Zealand goats with no use of stimulants, hormones or drugs.
- Can be used as a milk replacement in foods and cooked dishes.
- Easy to prepare, mixes well and tastes delicious.
- Suitable for vegetarians.
Goat milk is fast becoming the UK's fastest growing dairy product as consumers and becoming more educated and aware of the benefits of goat milk and goat milk products. Goats are very particular animals and very fussy about what they eat refusing unnatural and poor quality food. Goat milk is naturally higher in important minerals including zinc, iron, calcium and selenium in comparison to cow's milk which is ideal for babies, toddlers and young children who are at risk of developing iron and zinc deficiencies. Regular digestion of goat milk also helps increase iron levels in adults and combats bone demineralisation (softening of the bones).
NANNYcare Goat Milk based products have a low carbon footprint making them environmentally friendly in comparison to extensively farmed dairy products from the UK. NANNYcare is shipped in to the UK by sea freight to further reduce it's impact on the environment.
NANNYcare Growing-Up Milk is to be used as part of a balanced and varied diet, not as breast-milk substitution. To promote positive oral health use a cup, not bottle, where possible. Ensure teeth are brushed after the last feed. Supervise your child when they are eating and drinking.
Allergen information: contains lactose.
Suitable for Vegetarians.
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Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use if seal under cap is broken or missing.
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