Properties and benefits
There are many rumors that have chased the properties of goat cheese. Here, only indications with scientific, transparent and documentable bases have room.Thanks to the high presence and concentration of vitamin A, the richness of active ingredients that firm the tissues and turn on the metabolism, goat’s cheese can be defined as more digestible than that of other origins.It is leaner and, in fact, more digestible than other cheeses, with a density of nutrients that give it a higher satiating power. One hectogram of cheese is estimated to contain about 250 kcal on average, a value that makes it a product indicated in low calorie diets.
Goat’s milk (and goat’s cheese derived from it) is in fact rich in taurine, selenium, vitamin A, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, vitamin B2, B3, B5 and D, proteins with a very high biological value.Taurine, an amino acid with antioxidant properties, performs, for example, beneficial functions on the nervous system, the immune system and the cardiovascular system.