Ingredients & DescriptionGoatein is an animal protein. Animal proteins are the only complete sources of protein. Vegetarian protein sources such as soy are typically missing one or more of the essential amino acids, even if their protein content is high.Goatein contains pure goat's milk from goats raised without antibiotics or growth hormones. Many commercial dairy protein powders are produced from animals given antibiotics and hormones. Many vegetable proteins are made from non-organic or genetically modified organisms and may contain chemical residues.
Goatein is processed without excessive heat so all its elements remain in their natural forms. Other milk protein powders that claim to be minimally processed are in fact subject to invasive processing, including heating and drying at high temperatures.
Goatein is a complete source of protein, antibiotic and hormone free and minimally processed. Protein molecules in goat's milk have a different structure than those in cow's milk. This allows certain people who cannot tolerate bovine milk to consume milk protein from goats. Proteins form the foundations for muscles, skin, bones, hair, teeth, blood, the brain, the heart and billions of biochemical activities in the body. Proteins are made up of 20 amino acids, eight of which are considered "essential" because the body cannot produce them and they must be obtained from the foods we consume. You could use Goatein if you are on a low carbohydrate diet, are looking to supplement with high quality protein, or if you want an animal protein but have trouble digesting cow's milk protein.
Suggested Use: Adults take one scoop mixed with 8 ounces of juice or water as often as desired. Blend or shake vigorously. Great in smoothies, mixed in cereals or sprinkled on yogurt.