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Oli6 Claims and Research References

1. Goats milk have six common prebiotic oligos vs. standard cows milk have only one

Sources

· Urashima T,Taufik E. Oligosaccharides in Milk: Their Benefits and Future Utilization. Media Peternakan – Journal of

Animal Science and Technology 2010 (December): 189 – 197.

· Silanikove, Leitner G, Merin U, Prosser C. Recent advances in exploiting goat’s milk: Quality, safety and production

aspects.  Small Ruminant Research 2010; 89: 110 – 124.

 

2. Goats milk naturally contains up to 6 x the prebiotic oligos of standard cows milk*

*Goats milk contains .25-.39 g/L; Cows milk 0.03-0.06 g/L

Sources

· Urashima T,Taufik E. Oligosaccharides in Milk: Their Benefits and Future Utilization. Media Peternakan – Journal of

Animal Science and Technology 2010 (December): 189 – 197.

· Silanikove, Leitner G, Merin U, Prosser C. Recent advances in exploiting goat’s milk: Quality, safety and production

aspects.  Small Ruminant Research 2010; 89: 110 – 124.

 

3. Goats milk is naturally higher* in Magnesium for normal growth and development in children

*Goats milk has 33% more magnesium than standard cows milk

Source

· Holvik, S. 2013. Happy Days Dairies Ltd. Article Series, Article1 Goat Milk – From Perception to Perfection.

 

4. Goats milk is naturally higher* in vitamin A than standard cows milk for normal eye and vision development

*Goats milk has 46% more vitamin A than standard cows milk

Source

· Holvik, S. 2013. Happy Days Dairies Ltd. Article Series, Article1 Goat Milk – From Perception to Perfection.

 

5. Goats milk is naturally higher in vitamin C than standard cows milk for growth and development in children

*Goats milk has 37% more vitamin C than standard cows milk

Source

· Holvik, S. 2013. Happy Days Dairies Ltd. Article Series, Article1 Goat Milk – From Perception to Perfection.