Carbohydrates in Goats Milk
Dietary Fiber in Goats Milk
Digestible Net Carbs in Cream, Yogurt and Milk

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Carbs and Fiber in Goats Milk

Food Item: Goats Milk
Food Quantity: 1/2 cup (250ml)
Carbs: 11g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 11g

Goats Milk, Diet & Weight Loss

Dairy food (like Goats Milk) is rich in nutrition, like vitamins and minerals, especially calcium (plus Vitamin D which boosts calcium uptake) and relatively low in calories. Furthermore, weight loss research indicates that a diet rich in calcium-rich dairy foods - like milk and yogurt - stimulates the body to burn more fat and inhibits the formation of new fat cells. This altered fat metabolism may result in fat and weight reduction.

For more details about carbs in milk, cream and yogurt, see below.

Goats Milk, Glycemic Index

Milk and most dairy foods are low on the glycemic index, which means they raise blood glucose levels relatively slowly. However, some low-fat dairy products (eg. yogurt) may contain added sugar and/or starchy fillers. Bottom line: Recommended by low carb diets, dairy foods are good for weight control and health.

Note: Nutritional values in milk, cream and yogurt can vary, so the carbohydrate details for Goats Milk, above, are intended as a guideline only.

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