Garden of Life Goatein is the highest quality protein powder available. It is produced from goat’s milk that contains no antibiotics or female growth hormones. Most commercially available dairy protein powders are produced from animals given antibiotics and/or BrST that can provide the user with unacceptable amounts of female hormones. (Is there an “acceptable” amount?) Many vegetable protein powders are made from non-organic, or GMO sources and may contain chemical residues.
Animal Protein VS Vegetable Protein
Animal protein is the only source of complete protein available. Animal sources of protein (such as Goatein) have many advantages over vegetarian sources (such as soy) because vegetarian sources are typically low in one or more of the essential amino acids even when overall protein content is high. There is now some controversy regarding the safety of soy. Soy protein is thought by some researchers to be high in mineral-blocking phytates and thyroid-depressing phytoestrogens. Potent enzyme inhibitors in soy may even depress growth*.
The smaller molecules of goat’s milk are closer in size and composition to human milk, making it easier to digest. Goat’s milk protein is also substantially less allergenic than cow’s milk protein in susceptible individuals. Additionally, Goatein™ is partially predigested enhancing absorption and bio-availability of it’s nutrients.—* Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, PhD. The Ploy of Soy, Price-Pottinger Nutrition Foundation, San Diego, CA.
Why Do We Need Protein?
Proteins are the building blocks of human life, essential for normal growth. Protein is 90% of the dry weight of blood, 80% of muscles, and 70% of the skin. Proteins provide the building blocks for connective tissue and are the primary constituents of enzymes, hormones and antibodies. They encompass many important chemicals including immuno-globulins and enzymes. In short, protein forms the foundation of muscles, skin, bones, hair, heart, teeth, blood, and brain and the billions of biochemical activities going on in our bodies every minute. When we fail to consume adequate amounts of protein, the blood and tissues can become either too acidic or too alkaline. Lack of dietary protein can retard growth in children, and in adults can be a contributing factor in chronic fatigue, depression, slow wound healing, and decreased resistance to infection.
Proteins contain approximately 22 amino acids, eight of which are essential because the body cannot produce them. Therefore, they must be obtained from our food. The sulfur-containing amino acids: methionine, cystine, and cysteine are particularly important for the health of the brain and nervoussystem. The amino acid cysteine, which is the one most severely damaged by processing, is possibly the most important anti-catabolic amino acid. There is clinical evidence that supplementing the diet with bio-available cystine and other amino acids contained in specially processed milk proteins can help build blood quality and even detoxify harmful chemicals. Studies have shown as little as 20mg of bio-available cysteine per day produces dramatic results in individuals using resistance training. One daily serving of Goatein™ provides over 45mg of cysteine.
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The Amino Acid Profile Of Goatein Pure Goat’s Milk Protein
* Essential Amino Acid
Goatein is high in amino acids
The building blocks of proteins are crucial for proper immune system function. Because Goatein™ is processed without excessive heat or acids, it contains biologically active cystine, glycine, and glutamic acid in tri-peptide form. The combination of these three amino acids forms glutathione. Glutathione functions as a principal antioxidant, scavenging free radicals and environmental toxins such as lipid peroxides that can damage and destroy healthy cells. When the body suffers from oxidative stress, supplies of glutathione diminish. Oxidative stress affects the nervous, immune and endocrine systems and may be an underlying cause of fatigue. Glutathione is extremely important for the proper functioning of the immune system through its critical role in the growth and replication of lymphocytes, the cells that mediate specific immunity. Goatein™ also provides immunoproteins such as albumin, lactalbumin, and lactoferin that have been shown to stimulate immune response.
Goatein Goats Milk is absorbed more easily
The smaller molecules of goat’s milk are closer in size and composition to human milk, making it easier to digest. Goat’s milk protein is also substantially less allergenic than cow’s milk protein in susceptible individuals. Additionally, Goatein™ is partially pre-digested through a lactic acid fermentation process to make it even more bio-available while virtually eliminating its lactose content. Research has shown that proteins from milk that have been pre-digested by lacto-fermentation are absorbed more efficiently than those of non-fermented milk. During the fermentation process many digestive enzymes are created that aid in the assimilation of food nutrients. In “THE MILK BOOK”, William Campbell Douglass, M.D., states that the protein contained in cultured (lacto-fermented) dairy products is the highest quality available for human consumption.
Goatein is minimally processed
Most other milk protein powders are made from cow’s milk and, though they claim to be “minimally processed,” use several invasive processing steps, including heating at high temperatures. These methods denature many important amino acids and DESTROY enzymes and beneficial bacteria. Research suggests that processing whey with heat and acid (i.e. ion-exchange) results in the loss of several key amino acids including: Cysteine 73-77%, Threonine 35-45%, Serine 18-30%, and Lysine 19-20%. Because Goatein™ is processed without the use of acid or excessive heat, the amino acids, enzymes and beneficial bacteria remain in their natural form.
Goatein™ Supplement Fact Sheet
Goatein™ Provides Optimal Amounts of Absorbable Protein
As quoted by world-famous clinical nutritionist and chiropractic physician Bernard Jensen, PhD, DC, of Escondido, California, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), under its heading of Dietetics and Hygiene, states: “The goat is the healthiest domestic animal known. Goat milk is superior in every way to cow’s milk. Goat milk is the ideal food for babies, convalescents and invalids, especially those with weakened digestive powers. Goat milk is the purest, most healthful and most complete food known.”
This Medical Journalist Report of Innovative Biologics discusses Goatein™, the first and only protein powder made from goat’s milk. Thus, Goatein is a highly concentrated powdered protein rich in amino acids in both their peptide and free forms. Among the goat products’ components are the biologically active amino acids: cystine, glycine, and glutamic acid. The three are precursors to glutathione formation by the body. As is generally known, glutathione functions as a principal antioxidant, scavenging free radicals and environmental toxins such as lipid peroxides that often damage and destroy healthy cells. Anyone suffering from oxidative stress with its resultant nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system dysfunctions accompanied by fatigue, undergoes marked loss of physiological glutathione.
Goatein™ also provides immunoproteins such as albumin, lactalbumin, and lactoferin which have been proven to stimulate immune response. Additionally it’s a balanced combination of whey protein and milk proteins that offers a favorable ratio of amino acids.
With goat’s milk preferred by 65% of the world’s population, it is the most widely consumed food beverage in the world. The people of many nations, in fact, do not depend on domesticated cattle as part of their food supply. Rather, milk from goats has been a food staple since Biblical times. It is the primary source of protein in the diets of almost all third world countries because of easy assimilation. Goat’s milk digests in 20 minutes as opposed to cow’s milk which takes up to three hours to be metabolized as food.
The amino acids vital for health maintenance present in one serving of Goatein™ are shown in Table 1.2 Goat’s milk furnishes the growth materials each person requires for tissue repair, energy, the production of hormones, enzymes, antibodies, cellular components, amino acids, immunoglobulins, and every other part of the human physiology. As an animal source, it contains complete protein unlike any vegetable protein such as soy; and goat’s milk is much less allergenic than cow’s milk. “The fat particles in goat’s cream are five times smaller than those in cow’s milk and much less hard on the liver,” says Dr. Bernard Jensen (see Photograph A). He adds, “Goat’s milk is sometimes superior to mother’s milk, because goat’s milk contains food elements that mother’s milk does not contain.
Dr. Gloria Gilbere Counteracts Her Patients’ Multiple Chemical Sensitivities with Goatein™
Being aware of the statement from JAMA about goat’s milk nutritional superiority, the practicing naturopath, homeopath, and ergonomist Gloria Gilbere, ND, DAHom, PhD, states: “Goat protein (in the form of Goatein) has been special in my practice because almost exclusively I put my attention on chemically induced immune disorders and leaky gut syndrome. Most of the patients who consult me for treatment are so chemically sensitive that most of the time they’re unable to assimilate any kind of food except perhaps vegetable juices and wild rice. This same circumstance happened to me too from my being affected by multiple chemical sensitivity. That’s why I moved to this out-of-the-way but pristine environment, Bonners Ferry in northern Idaho. Along with avoiding chemicals of all types, eating a purely natural and nontoxic diet, and taking various nutritional supplements containing no binders, my personal treatment involves drinking copious quantities of goat’s milk in the form of Goatein powder ingested in smoothies, shakes, cooked oatmeal, muffins and other ways.
As its medical director, Dr. Gloria Gilbere administers to patients attending her Naturopathic Health and Research Center. The tiny town of Bonners Ferry is located 90 miles south of the Canadian border, sandwiched between Montana and Washington State. This natural health doctor tells her inspiring tale of immunological restoration from multiple chemical sensitivities in a book she published last year under the title, I Was Poisoned By My Body, with a short excerpt reprinted in the Townsend Letter [or Doctors & Patients.
“People who are nutritionally deprived or those who suffer from livers overburdened with immune system breakdown due to their excessive use of prescription drugs, street drugs, overindulgence of alcohol, environmental toxins, eating overly processed diets, or just engaging in bad lifestyle choices, do reach a point where protein can’t be handled any more. By ingesting Goatein the way I do in a smoothie, shake, or in cooked but cooled cereal, concentrated protein becomes available to them so that their bodies can use all of it. That way they avoid anaphylactic shock and still receive excellent nourishment,” Dr. Gilbere affirms. “This goat’s milk protein becomes bioavailable, is easy on the digestive system, and brings on absolutely no disturbance to serious gastrointestinal disorders such as Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, and other conditions which lock people into acute states of chemical sensitivity.
“Remember, in my practice I deal strictly with people who are highly sensitive to almost anything. Items such as nightshade foods, soy, cow’s milk, wheat, and gluten set them off. They are predisposed to respond adversely with serious symptoms such as skin rashes, gastrointestinal refluxes, anaphylaxis or some other negative reactions,” explains Dr. Gilbere. “When I recommend that they use Goatein and they do, I never need to worry about negative reactions because in this goat’s milk product there are no pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, steroids, or any other chemicals to which such sensitive people can react. I dispense Goatein to my patients with peace of mind.
“About 14 months ago, one such patient, a surgical nurse, age 54, moved into a recently constructed hospital facility and became chemically sensitive almost overnight from all of the outgassings of new building materials,” explains Dr. Gilbere. “The overriding symptom was her inability to eat anything – no appetite at all. Within a couple of months her body weight dropped by over 35% to just 92 pounds. She became a shadow of her former self. Her weakness prevented the performance of any meaningful activity – certainly she could not work in surgical nursing or do her housekeeping chores.
“Immediately I began my patient on a detoxification program because she failed to eliminate her body wastes. She was experiencing just one bowel movement per week,” states Dr. Gilbere, “and that was accomplished only with much concentration. She would spend large amounts of time in the bathroom trying to eliminate and often without result. But the goat’s milk protein along with other components of my program changed all that.
“After finding that the nurse could not tolerate even the blandest vegetable juices, I introduced her to Goatein combined with rice milk as a smoothie drink. She took to this protein drink well and relied on it as almost the only thing ingested; it helped her put on 12 pounds in five weeks without any gastrointestinal cramping,” Dr. Gilbere says. “Her bowels became more normal with a movement occurring every second day. It’s now a year later, and my patient experiences two bowel movements daily.
“She currently supplements any form of protein she ingests with Goatein because even today, this surgical nurse is unable to eat any other animal-derived products – no yogurt, cow’s milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, meat, or poultry. Moreover the patient is highly lactose-intolerant, but she finds Goatein to be quite digestible as the mainstay of her diet. It is a minimally processed product that does not cause excitation to a lactose intolerant bowel. Truly, I am an enthusiastic advocate of using Goatein for any chemically sensitive patients,” affirms Dr. Gloria Gilbere.
The Nutritional Science Behind Goatein™
Biologically active proteins make up much but not all the nutrient components in Goatein. As mentioned, this product furnishes the only available protein powder that comes from organically-raised goat’s milk. All other milk products consumed in North America are manufactured from bovine sources or from vegetables such as rice. Goatein is minimally processed. Most other milk protein powders are made from cow’s milk and, even though cow’s milk manufacturers claim that their product is “minimally processed,” they may use several invasive processing steps, including heating at high temperatures. These methods denature many important amino acids and destroy enzymes and beneficial bacteria. Research suggests that processing whey with heat and acid (i.e. ion-exchange) results in the loss of several key amino acids including 73% to 77% of cysteine, 35% to 45% of threonine, 18% to 30% of serine, and 19% to 20% of lysine. Because Goatein is processed without the use of acid or excessive heat, the amino acids, enzymes, and beneficial bacteria remain in their natural form.
Nanny goats produce milk which almost duplicates human breast milk. The nanny’s natural function is to feed her kid (a baby goat) weighing between seven and nine pounds, which is the size of a human baby. In contrast, the cow’s newborn calf weighs as high as 90 pounds so that bovine milk’s chemicals, including its fat and protein, is tailored to fit the needs of a baby animal quite different in size than a newborn human. Molecules of the cow’s milk protein are overly large for digestion and absorption by human infants, and for this reason, among others, cow’s milk frequently incites allergic responses in a child.
Note: The Los Angeles Times reports that Crohn’s disease is caused by a microorganism, Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis, or MAP, which is common in US dairy herds. The MAP in cows milk fails to be killed by conventional pasteurization. Transmission of MAP from infected cattle to humans through cow’s milk explains Crohn’s disease geographic distribution and rising incidence. Crohn’s disease is seen only in cow’s milk-drinking areas such as Australia, southern Mrica, Europe, the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. (While boiling milk does kill MAP it’s been confirmed that pasteurization does not.) According to a National Animal Health Monitoring System study conducted in 1996, more than 22% of US dairy herds are infected. These cows secrete the mycobacterium in their milk.5 No disease like MAP affects goats, and the goat’s milk-drinking populations suffer much less from Crohn’s disease.
By being injected with bovine growth hormone (bGH), a dairy cow can produce 12 gallons of milk daily as opposed to the goat which can produce only up to 2 gallons a day. The bGH stimulates a cow’s mammary glands to secrete excessively, but the hormone is absorbed in the animal’s dairy product. There is risk associated with endocrine imbalance caused by cow’s milk. In contrast, Goatein is free of hormones, antibiotics, and pesticides. The goats graze on pasture and are fed chemical-free feed.
Since it goes through the most minimal processing of any protein product on the market today, the very low heat drying process for GoateinTM leaves its nutritional values intact. The product is highly concentrated. It takes four gallons of goat’s milk to produce one container of Goatein. Moreover, as I will discuss below, highly beneficial microorganisms or probiotics are contained in Goatein.
The English word protein comes from the Latin proteus, which means of primary importance. The vast number of amino acids in Goatein protein are essential for normal growth. They give rise to all connective tissues, enzymes, hormones, antibodies, muscles, skin, bones, hair; nails, heart, teeth, blood, brain, biochemical activities, and the entire nervous system. Protein deficiency is responsible for the lowering of immune function. As you will learn later from Franklin Ross, MD, of Ashland, Oregon and Leigh Erin Connealy, MD, of Newport Beach, California, protein deficiency is responsible for much of the immune system suppression diseases that the medical community is currently confronting.
This product is ideal for those who prefer not to eat meat because of its hormonal content. Athletes who must maintain an anabolic state (the building of tissue) certainly wish to avoid residues of hormones in meat. But most cattle is fed or injected with female hormones for purposes of producing greater amounts of meat. Unless they are labeled growth hormonefree, every protein powder marketed today is most likely produced by cows treated with hormones. Goatein is not; it is growth hormone-free. No goat which could be medicated in any way is allowed to be milked for this food powder’s production.
Added to these attributes, Goatein contains super-potent proprietary strains of probiotics. These super strains of probiotics are grown in goat’s milk protein creating biologically active lactic acid and increasing the absorption and utilization of Goatein. Thus, energy production and fat burning are stimulated to take place from the gut upon ingesting Goatein. This fermentation by lactic acid bacteria is essential for well-maintained pH balance of the GI tract and other bodily tissues. In his text, The Milk of Human Kindness Is not Pasteurized, by William Campbell Douglass, MD, Dr. Douglass states that protein contained in cultured (lacto-fermented) dairy products is the very highest quality available for human consumption.6 Research among the Vilcabambans high in the Andes mountains of Ecuador and other long-lived populations on earth indicates that they consume lacto-fermented dairy products mainly from goat’s milk. It is from just such consumption that Los Viejos (the old ones) longevity arises.
An individual’s regular consumption of cultured (lacto-fermented) dairy products such as Goatein tends to lower serum cholesterol and protect the skeleton against osteoporosis. Anyone healing from a bone fracture or some osteoporotic break should be consuming this powdered goat’s milk product.
Goatein is abundant in digestive enzymes created by the probiotics which include protease, amylase, lipase, and lactase. Such enzymes contribute to the health of the digestive tract.
Information from Goat’s Milk Manufacturer Michael Berkich
The manufacturing of Goatein takes place in a farming facility outside of Olympia, Washington. Michael Berkich is the company’s general manager. The company may be described as an “in-house dairy” facility which works with milk from animals it raises.
“Garden of Life, Inc., as represented by its president, Jordan Rubin, approached my company after he tried to find a pure source of organically produced goat’s milk protein,” states Michael Berkich. “He had contacted many of the largest organic dairies in this country, but none were capable of producing a low-heat, processed, chemical-free protein powder. Mr. Rubin challenged my dairy personnel and me to meet his significantly high standards of protein manufacturing, and fortunately we were already practicing or surpassing those standards. He looked at how we handle our animals – avoiding pesticides in their feed, not subjecting them to antibiotics or hormones, minimally heating our products, and routinely creating the highest quality goat’s milk products available anywhere for human consumption.
“Jordan Rubin’s passion for producing pure, whole foods is something that drew me to him. I’ve rarely, if ever, observed such dedication to excellence in food preparation among any other formulators,” Mr. Berkich says. “The last goat’s milk purist I had come across about two decades ago was that well known nutritionist Dr. Bernard Jensen. He believes that goat’s milk holds a position at the top of the feeding chain for human beings, and I strongly agree. Jordan Rubin believes the same, and now he, much like Dr. Jensen, desires to feed people the best and most digestible milk product.
“Goat’s milk is digested readily because its protein molecule is tiny in size and floculant. This makes the milk’s molecule easily attacked by digestive juices for rapid absorption through the gut wall. The protein molecule in cow’s milk being large and dense, is much less digestible by humans. The cow’s offspring gains benefit from the larger-size molecule but not us,” says Michael Berkich. “Not only that, cow’s milk fat globules are six times the size of goat’s milk globules. This fat globular entity is an additional factor in making goat’s milk much more digestible than cow’s milk.
“A like comparison can be drawn with soy milk protein, rice milk protein, and other vegetables. With these, one must eat or drink large quantities in precise combinations because it’s the only way to get a complete protein from such vegetable sources,” says Mr. Berkich. “Approximately 15% of Garden of Life product users are vegetarian. Goat’s milk is considered such a pure and healthy food that even vegetarians have no trouble using Goatein, even though it is a dairy product. Because my belief is that soy is not meant for human consumption in its unfermented form, it should be used strictly for animal feed. It has been moved into a food status for humans incorrectly. Soy subtlely causes a variety of degenerative disease problems. Nutritionists know that not all protein is equal. A protein is only as good as its ability to be digested.
“Goat’s milk is highly digestible and naturally homogenized. Cow’s milk is homogenized by artificial means. Soy milk can be quite difficult to digest by some individuals. Those persons who are health conscious or who experience compromised digestion have a tendency to choose goat and avoid cow, soy, rice, and other milks,” says the goat’s milk processor. “People looking for a viable protein source invariably come to value goat’s milk when they learn of its full nutrition information.”
Franklin Ross, MD, Drinks Goatein for Breakfast
My interview with Franklin Ross, MD, Medical Director of Integrated Health Care of Ashland, Oregon, netted many complimentary statements about the efficacy of Goatein. As an active member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine, Dr. Ross administers chelation therapy and nutritional therapy. By means of his general practice methods, he specializes in treating degenerative diseases, gynecological problems, and offers preventive medicine.
“I tell my patients that the most important part of one’s diet is to be well nourished with protein,” says Dr. Ross. Then he asked rhetorically, “What is the finest source of high quality protein? Why it’s Goatein, of course, taken as a breakfast shake first thing in the morning. It’s far better to swallow a delicious fruit-filled protein smoothie than to grab a cup of coffee for washing down a bagel and cream cheese. Probably the most difficult part of my job as a physician who utilizes therapeutic nutrition is to wade through all the hype and propaganda put out by nutrient manufacturers. Well, with Goatein there is no hype. My evaluation tells me that the information put out by Garden of Life relating to its products, is true.
“Previously I had been a big proponent of soy protein, but the adverse news coming out from the Price-Pottenger Foundation, which I greatly respect, has persuaded me to stop using unfermented soy. In my opinion, fermented soy has great value as a therapeutic agent. My options for dispensing soy substitutes were albumin, whey, and rice protein, but now Garden of Life’s introduction of Goatein has been a god-send for my patients. When his goat’s milk protein powder came along I jumped on it,” Dr. Ross confirms. “I like it greatly because Goatein is very minimally processed. It’s almost the only adjunctive protein that I recommend.
“On those mornings when I lack sufficient time to fix myself an omelet I combine Goatein with Garden of Life’s green drink, Perfect Food and down them as a smoothie. For patients who don’t possess as strong a palate as mine,” Dr. Ross advises, “my recipe recommendation is to blend together cottage cheese or plain unflavored yogurt with a couple of scoops of Goatein, some purified water, then add a teaspoonful of flax seeds, a handful of almonds, and throw in any kind of fresh or frozen berries such as strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, or others. Occasionally I drop a raw egg into the blender for even more protein.
“This one nutrition-filled drink that I’ve described gives people their daily requirement of the highest quality protein. Most of my patients need such a drink desperately, especially when you see their failure to exercise, their hormonal issues, and their self-neglect. Destructive practices often results in people having declining muscle mass, growing fat mass, and spontaneously breaking bones from osteoporosis,” observes Dr. Franklin Ross. “But Goatein can be their salvation.”
A Goatein Recipe from Susana Galle, ND, PhD
In Washington, DC, Susana Galle, ND, PhD, directs the Body-Mind Center where she practices clinical psychology combined with her unique form of body-mind science. Dr. Galle incorporates Goatein as an integral part of her nutritional treatment program for both the body and mind.
“I utilize the goat’s milk product in many ways for improving an individual’s brain-behavior relationship. Most people need more absorbable protein, and I custom-make recipes for children and adult clients, especially for someone suffering from a cow’s milk allergy. I appreciate the fact that Goatein is no ordinary protein powder; it possesses more friendly fat molecules which provide me with excellent therapeutic results,” says Dr. Galle. “It is a main pillar in my treatment structure because of the free-form amino acids present – they are easily digested and allow for excellent absorption.
“I have created Goatein recipes in which the goat’s milk powder becomes a part of muffins and waffles. That way an individual receives a quantity of protein in a subtle way that’s absolutely delicious. Consuming the Goatein in such a recipe furnishes high levels of energy,” Dr. Galle assures us. Here is one of her waffle recipes:
Combine one full cup of Goatein with one cup of organic quinoa flour. Quinoa is a grain imported from Peru and Bolivia that’s loaded with essential fatty acids. It lowers blood cholesterol and is non-allergenic.
Add one cup of arrowroot flour for purposes of alkalinizing the diet.
Include one-half cup of fresh-ground flax seeds.
Mix in 1/4 teaspoonful of stevia powder, an herb for sweetening but which adds zero calories and zero carbohydrates.
Slowly combine up to two cups of purified water with these ingredients. Stir the mixture well and drop the appropriate amount onto a hot waffle maker. You can also make pancakes with the mixture. Add various toppings, especially organic applesauce with its high amount of pectin, organic cinnamon, and some organic grated coconut.
Leigh Erin Connealy, MD Considers Goatein to be an Excellent Protein Supplement
The medical director of South Coast Medical and Antiaging Institute in Newport Beach, California, Leigh Erin Connealy, MD, began our interview with the statement: “Most patients who consult me show signs that they are not getting an adequate amount of protein in their diets. And there is controversy as to what should be the source of protein – soy, whey, cow’s milk, fish, meat, eggs, etc. Because there is so much genetically altered protein, which often contains too many additives, I’ve solved the controversy for myself. My recommendation is that a person’s main protein source should be goat’s milk from organically raised goats in the convenient powder form of Goatein. I am definitely not an exponent of soy because of its carcinogenic aspects for the breast, and because it usually tastes bad. If people must eat soy, they should take it from an organic source. But my rule is to generally avoid soy and other types of designer proteins.
“As the mother of three children, it was my standard practice to feed them liquid goat’s milk, but now I’m happy to recommend powdered Goatein as the liquid’s handy substitute. Garden of Life, Inc. provides consumers with an excellent protein supplement,” affirms Dr. Connealy. “I advise my patients to make a shake with the powder and add fruit, nuts, seeds, and other foods, especially peaches, berries, and so forth that they wish to include. Such combinations are highly nutritious and taste wonderful. I love to recommend Goatein and take it myself.
“The basic philosophy of my South Coast Medical and Antiaging Institute is to treat illnesses affecting people without drugs but rather use nontoxic and natural remedies. Goatein fits that description beautifully,” concludes Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy.
1. Jensen, B. Nature Has a Remedy. (Escondido, California: Bernard Jensen, 1978), p.140.
2. Jensen, B. Goat Milk Magic: One of Life’s Greatest Healing Foods (Escondido, California: Bernard Jensen, 24360 Old Wagon Road, Escondido, CA 92027, 1994), p. 57.
3. Ibid, p. 96.
4. Gilbere, G. The road to reversing MCS/EI is paved with good intestines. Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients 210: 104.105, January 2001.
5. Maugh, T.H. Milk may be the carrier of Crolme. The Advocate, B3, December 5, 2000.
6. Douglass, W. C. The Milk of Human Kindness Is not Pasteurized (Lakemont, Georgia: Copple House Books, Inc., 1985).
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