Because it contains less lactose than cheese made from cow’s milk, people with lactose intolerance might want to give goat cheese a try. Goat’s milk has a similar chemical structure to breast milk, with smaller fat globules than cow’s milk. Because of this chemical makeup, goat cheese is often easier to digest, even for people with sensitive stomachs.*
Seek out high quality goat cheese that is made with raw organic milk from free range animals. Try goat cheese crumbled in a salad, or spread it over fruit and veggies like green apples and cold beets.
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