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All Natural Infant Nutrition | Getting Picky Babies Eating Again
Ginga Baby manufactures breast milk-like Infant Foundation to give your baby nothing but the best - all natural goat milk with colostrum from happy, healthy, grass-fed, free-range goats that graze on pesticide-free and chemical-free pastures year-round. And it keeps getting better!
Nutrition for Babies
BREAST MILK-LIKE NUTRITION FOR BABIES
All Natural | Gluten Free | Daily Nutrition
Ginga Baby Infant Foundation is a creamy, great tasting, instant powdered goat milk that is the ideal daily nutritional supplement for babies and children. Along with its strong similarity and properties to human breast milk, our Infant Foundation is fortified with Colostrum, the thick fluid that is a precursor to breast milk that is rich in immunoglobulins, antimicrobial peptides and other bio-active molecules. Our Colostrum supplies the body with immune and growth factors and is easily tolerated by most.
Ginga Baby Infant Foundation comes from happy, healthy, grass-fed, free-range goats that graze on pesticide-free and chemical-free pastures year-round.
- - Naturally Similar to Breast Milk
- - Supports Optimal Growth Milestones & Percentiles*
- - Fortified with Colostrum and Amino Acids
- - Helps Support Healthy Immune System*
- - Fortified with Colostrum from First 4 Milkings Post-Partum
- - Excellent Source of Vitamins A, C, D and Calcium
- - No Hormones, Chemicals, Pesticides or Preservatives
Over 65% of the world's population choose goat milk over cow milk everyday. It serves as a great alternative to those with an intolerance to cow's milk since goat milk contains less lactose. When compared to cow milk, goat milk is:
- - Less Allergenic
- - Easier to Digest
- - Naturally Homogenized
- - Matches Breast Milk Better
Ginga Baby Infant Foundation has no pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones, or antibiotics - no chemicals or preservatives added. Give your baby the best!
DISCLAIMER: Ginga Baby Infant Foundation is NOT a baby formula and should not be used as a substitute.
The Benefits of Unpasteurized Milk
Besides incredible taste, many people claim that raw milk is nearly a super food. Unlike heat-treated milk, it is full of beneficial gut bacteria that are vital for optimum digestion and immunity. Raw milk contains the full spectrum of amino acids and is a complete protein. It is packed with folic acid, B vitamins, vitamin C, omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients that are mostly or completely destroyed in pasteurization. It offers a perfect balance of minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Raw milk also contains live enzymes necessary for digesting food and enjoying good health. It also contains compounds that combat arthritis, cholesterol, and arterial stiffening.
A study published in The Internet Journal of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology found that raw milk reduced children’s risk of suffering allergy-related conditions by up to 40 per cent.
Statistics show that children growing up on farms are less likely to develop allergies. Children in a study at the University of London were given two glasses of raw milk a week. Their incidence of developing hay fever was cut by 10 per cent and eczema by 38 per cent.
Blood samples were also taken from 4,700 primary-school children in the U.K. The children who lived on farms and drank raw milk had 60 per cent lower levels of immunoglobulin E — an antibody that the body’s immune system pumps out in huge quantities on exposure to an allergen. Levels of histamine, another chemical that is released by cells during an allergic reaction, were halved.
Overall, people have found significant improvements in their health. Many people report clearer skin, better digestion, increased respiratory function, boosted immunity, and fewer allergies.
What Happens When You Pasteurize Milk?
Many claim that pasteurization, where milk is heated to 71 degrees C for short bursts followed by rapid cooling, destroys the nutrition in milk. Pasteurization breaks down lactase, an enzyme that helps digest the milk-sugar lactose, meaning that lactose-intolerant individuals can drink raw milk but not pasteurized milk. This process also renders calcium more difficult for the body to absorb. Homogenization also makes milk more difficult to digest.
Taken from an article by Dr. Edward Group, nutritionist and holistic practitioner.
Dr. Paavo Airola wrote this in 1971:
“If you cannot get a high-quality milk, raw and unpasteurized, guaranteed to be from organically raised animals and 100% free from chemical additives, drugs, detergents, and insecticide and herbicide residues, then you will be better off to omit milk and milk products from your diet.”
Modified from Newman, J., Scientific American, December 1995
Naturally Similar to Human Milk
When you look at goat milk under the microscope, it’s actually more similar to human milk than cow milk. Not only does goat milk share a similar amino acid profile but it’s digested at about the same speed as human milk. While there is plenty of scientific research on this, you might see the evidence yourself. The number and consistency of bowel movements of little ones fed goat milk closely resemble those fed breast milk.
Naturally Easy to Digest
Goat milk protein naturally forms a softer curd in the stomach than cow milk protein. Goat milk curd shares properties with the curd formed from human milk. Because of this, it passes through the stomach and intestines at a similar rate to human milk, so it’s nice and gentle on the tummy.
The fat globules are also naturally easy to digest. They are smaller than cow milk fats, so they break down faster. They also contain almost twice as many short-chained fatty acids than cow milk, which are much easier to break down than their long-chained cousins.
The Benefits of Goat Milk
Goat’s milk offers a wide variety of health benefits with very few of the negative side effects of drinking regular cow milk.
- - Natural Anti-Inflammatory
Some research suggests that one of the main benefits of goat milk is that it may hold anti-inflammatory capacities. This is another reason why it is easier for people with bowel inflammation to drink goat’s milk, instead of cow’s milk.
- - Natural Acid-Buffering
Goat’s milk has more buffering capacity than over the counter antacids. (The USDA and Prairie View A&M University in Texas have confirmed that goat’s milk has more acid-buffering capacity than cow’s milk, soy infant formula, and nonprescription antacid drugs.)
- - Metabolic agent
Studies done at the USDA and Prairie View A&M University, link goat’s milk to an increased ability to metabolize iron and copper, especially amongst individuals with digestion and absorption limitations. Besides drinking goat’s milk, you can also take a digestive enzymes supplement to help with this.
- - Bio-availability
Another main health benefit of goat milk, is that it is closer to human mother’s milk than cow’s milk is. Because it has a chemical makeup that is much closer to human milk, it is easier to digest and assimilate in the human body.
- - Lower in Fat
Goat’s milk is a great option for people who want to lose weight. It has less fat, but still maintains the high levels of proteins and essential amino acids found in cow’s milk.
- - High in Fatty Acids
While cow’s milk has about seventeen percent fatty acids, goat’s milk averages thirty five percent fatty acids, making it more nutritionally wholesome. In fact, up to 50% of people with lactose intolerance to cow’s milk find that they can easily digest goat’s milk, especially if it is raw.
- - Calcium-rich
Many people worry that they need to drink cow’s milk for calcium intake and the prevention of bone loss. Goat’s milk also offers high amounts of calcium, the amino acid tryptophan, and many less side effects than drinking cow’s milk. Goat’s milk is very high in calcium.
- - Anti-Mucousal
While drinking cow’s milk is a common reason for allergies and excess mucous, goat’s milk is not. Cow’s milk is high in fat, which may increase mucous build-up. Moreover, the fat globules in goat’s milk are one-ninth the size of those found in cow’s milk, another possible reason why it does not produce irritation in the gut.
- - Ultra-nourishing
In Naturopathic medicine, goat’s are referred to as bioorganic sodium animals. They are also associated with vigour, flexibility and vitality. Cows are calcium animals known for stability and heaviness. Bioorganic sodium is an important element in keeping joints mobile and limber. Goat milk has traditionally been used in medicinal cultures to nourish and regenerate an over-taxed nervous system. Goat’s milk is also extremely nutrient dense. It has almost 35% of your daily needs for calcium in one cup. Extremely high in riboflavin, just one cup of goat’s milk offers 20.0% of our daily needs. Add high amounts of phosphorous, Vitamin B12, protein and potassium. In fact, Ghandi restored his own health after extremely long periods of fasting through drinking raw goat’s milk.
- - Less toxic than Cow’s Milk
Most cow’s milk is pumped full of bovine growth hormones as well as a substance known as bovine somatotropin, a hormone specific for increasing milk production in an unnatural way. Most goats are rarely treated with these substances. Our goats at Harlan Mountain Farms are never treated with these substances, so it is not only more nutritious for you, but also less toxic.
- - May Boost Immune System
Goat’s milk has the trace mineral, selenium, a key essential mineral in keeping the immune system strong and functioning correctly.
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Ginga Baby Infant Foundation comes in 16 ounce cans, which will make roughly 16, eight ounce bottles (using just under 1 scoop per bottle). We recommend this nutritional supplement be taken once per day. This is NOT a baby formula and should not be used as a substitute.
Your baby's health depends on following the Ginga Baby Infant Foundation instructions below.
Mix 1 scoop in 8 oz. of warm water. Gently shake then chill. Once prepared, use within one hour or discard.
For additional fat sources, we recommend goat cream, virgin coconut oil or extra virgin olive oil.
Store cans at room temperature. After opening, keep can tightly covered, store in a dry area and use contents within one month. Do not freeze. Avoid exposure to excessive heat.
Do not use a microwave to warm. Serious burns may result.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT USE IF SAFETY SEAL IS DAMAGED OR MISSING. STORE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE AND USE WITHIN 1 MONTH OF OPENING. DO NOT FREEZE POWDER AND AVOID EXCESSIVE HEAT. GINGA BABY INFANT FOUNDATION IS NOT A BABY FORMULA AND SHOULD NOT BE USED AS A SUBSTITUTE.
My youngest daughter, Lauren, had severe reactions when we switched from breastfeeding to baby formula. I had them too when I experienced the sticker shock along with the atrocious ingredients used in baby formula! We made all of her meals and took them to restaurants for years until we were able to fix the problem caused by the baby formula.
After spending a career starting or leading nutraceutical companies, I realized that if my daughter had infant nutrition options, we would not have had the slow growth curve that we did. She would not have been at the wrong end of development percentiles if we had given her the macro and micro-nutrients where she was deficient!
Ginga Baby is more than just baby formula, nutritional and herbal supplements, anti-aging products and weight management products. It is about giving moms their emotional stability back. It is about eliminating feelings of guilt. It is about empowering women of all ages. We truly are The Women's Empowerment Company.
- Dr. Rollan Roberts II