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Butter-- Goat vs Cow --which is better?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created January 04, 2013 at 7:52 PM

For those who eat dairy--which is better for you goat butter or cow butter?

7a6529ea25b655132fe58d793f95547a

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on January 06, 2013
at 02:48 AM

Ahh jeez, I was refering to Caprylic, caproic, capric, lauric, and Myristic which are all higher in goat milk. I guess technically these are considered medium chain fats......my bad.

30298f015ef8c9156389438d4e7b40c9

on January 05, 2013
at 09:04 PM

What's the benefit of short chain fatty acids?

7a6529ea25b655132fe58d793f95547a

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on January 05, 2013
at 06:53 AM

Should also add that Goat milk vitamin A is not beta carotene like cows milk, apparently this is why it's so white in comparison.

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on January 04, 2013
at 10:23 PM

yea the goats milk fat particles are what you refer too

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on January 04, 2013
at 08:52 PM

have you tried milking a cat?

A968087cc1dd66d480749c02e4619ef4

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on January 04, 2013
at 08:42 PM

Well, if she weighs the same as a duck...

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B9ae572069c0b93de0e8edada50a299b

on January 04, 2013
at 08:21 PM

I've heard Goat products because they are closer in size to a human so the molecules from the milk are more easily tolerated by the human body as opposed to cow's milk. Many people who can't tolerate cow's milk seem to be able to tolerate goat milk.

A968087cc1dd66d480749c02e4619ef4

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on January 04, 2013
at 08:42 PM

Well, if she weighs the same as a duck...

3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

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on January 04, 2013
at 08:52 PM

have you tried milking a cat?

E9140ef0ca0a76ea14b9ebccad234608

(615)

on January 04, 2013
at 10:23 PM

yea the goats milk fat particles are what you refer too

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7a6529ea25b655132fe58d793f95547a

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on January 05, 2013
at 06:29 AM

Goat butter, for the short chain fatty acids.

http://drinc.ucdavis.edu/goat1.htm

30298f015ef8c9156389438d4e7b40c9

on January 05, 2013
at 09:04 PM

What's the benefit of short chain fatty acids?

7a6529ea25b655132fe58d793f95547a

(2030)

on January 05, 2013
at 06:53 AM

Should also add that Goat milk vitamin A is not beta carotene like cows milk, apparently this is why it's so white in comparison.

7a6529ea25b655132fe58d793f95547a

(2030)

on January 06, 2013
at 02:48 AM

Ahh jeez, I was refering to Caprylic, caproic, capric, lauric, and Myristic which are all higher in goat milk. I guess technically these are considered medium chain fats......my bad.

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30298f015ef8c9156389438d4e7b40c9

on January 04, 2013
at 08:24 PM

It all comes down to individual genetics. Try the scientific method! Have a big spoonful of goat butter on an empty stomach, then pay close attention how you feel. Then do the same with the cow butter. Run this test several times during the week and you'll know which is better!

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61844af1187e745e09bb394cbd28cf23

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on January 04, 2013
at 08:12 PM

Goat anything makes me gag, so cow butter is better for me!

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