Goat Milk Baby Supplementary Foods

Why Goat Milk?

The Chef Anne, who produced goat milk pasta for the first time in Turkey, set out by taking into account that goat milk is a very rich food source in terms of vitamins, minerals and fatty acids. Goat milk has more chemical and physical similarities to breast milk in infant nutrition compared to other milk types. Goat's milk contains 10% less lactose than cow's milk. The most important difference between it and cow's milk is the protein and fat structures in it.

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Goat Milk Baby Supplementary Foods
Some babies react to the protein in cow's milk. Cow's milk allergy, which is especially common in recent years, usually ends at the age of 1 year. However, this makes it mandatory for infants with milk allergy not to include cow's milk in complementary foods. Milk allergy, which can start from the moment the baby is born, appears in the first few months of the transition to solid food. If you see symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, cough, difficulty in breathing, skin rash, itching, gas pain or eczema in your baby after feeding, it probably means that your baby has an allergy to cow's milk. In this case, the first thing to do would be to support your baby with Cook Mom's milk allergic foods and goat's milk products. Goat milk, which is also very useful for babies without milk allergy, contains much more calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, B6 and vitamin A than cow's milk. Goat milk, which is the closest milk to breast milk, is easily digested by babies because it contains less lactose than cow's milk.

Chef Anne produced goat's milk pasta for the first time in Turkey and produced many different foods from goat's milk for mothers with milk allergies in their babies. There are also noodles and tarhana among the Goat milk foods of Chef Mom, especially pasta that 8-month-old babies can enjoy.

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