St Helens Goats Milk Reviews
Product Type: St Helen`s Farm Soft Drink
Description:Fresh, natural goats milk is a wholesome alternative to cows milk and can be used in exactly the same way. It is a fresh, mild tasting milk and St Helen's Farm can offer both whole and semi-skimmed goats milk in either 750ml or 1 litre size cartons.
Newest Review: ... go. I paid £1.55 for this 1 litre carton. In appearance, the goat's milk looks exactly like cow's milk. They're both white ... more
Customer St Helens Goats Milk Reviews (5)
by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 133 readings)
Think of the size of a cow. Now, think of the size of a human. This is what my cousin, who is a nutritionist, was saying to me when we were discussing my diet informally. She suggested that people drink too much cow's milk nowadays and that cows milk is naturally aimed at calves who need to grow exponentially to become fully fledged cows or bulls. Yet we as humans keep drinking reams and reams of cows milk even as adults. That said, we all know about the massive health benefits of drinking milk - all the calcium for healthy bones and teeth, the vitamins etc. My cousin wasn't telling me to stop drinking milk, just to cut down on it (I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Ever since I can remember I have been allergic to Cows milk. As a toddler growing up my mum really struggled to find alternatives that I could eat that wouldn't make me ill. Now I'm in my 20's my allergies are much better and I can now eat cows milk, which is great news as i'm a chocolate addict lol, but I just have to be careful not to have too much. This means that if I had cows milk on my cereal every morning I would end up with problems again. No-one is going to come between me and my morning cereal though....being my favourite meal of the day I was not going to let a little thing like stomach cramps get in the way. I I have tried all the alternatives, soya ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I suffer from chronic sinusitis and one of the food ingredients which annoys my sinuses and makes them worse is dairy. Even though dairy is one of my favourite food groups as I just love cheese, I tend to limit my dairy intake. Last week when my sinuses happened to be bad, by chance I happened to come across this St Helen's Goats Milk in Sainsburys. My acupuncturist told me that I should try goats milk as it would be easier on my sinuses than cow's milk. So I decided to give this goats milk a go. I paid £1.55 for this 1 litre carton. In appearance, the goat's milk looks exactly like cow's milk. They're both white and look a similar consistency. But what's the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/06 (Very useful, 4547 readings)
In 1987 during my second year at university I developed psoriasis. Whether it was due to stress or change in diet or something else I never figured out. The doctor prescribed me various steroid creams and every year or so my body would develop some kind of immunity to the effects of the cream and the doctor would prescribe me a slightly stonger one. This carried on until about 1998. By this time I was one step away from the stongest possible cream so I stopped using them because of the permanent side-effects of thinning the skin. The psoriasis got worse and I resorted to applying the cream only when going to weddings or special occasions. I'd tried chinese herbal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/10 (Very useful, 214 readings)
I have had a dairy allergy since a child, but have discovered that I am allergic to cow's milk, but not goats and sheep milk. The availability of goats and sheep dairy products have increased greatly in recent years. I am currently pregnant and therefore need to have a lot more calcium than I did previously. So I am drinking a lot of the goats milk. We normally buy the St Helen's range. I also buy the cheese and yogurt. The 1L carton is £1.34 normally. More expensive than cows milk, but nicer than some non dairy alternatives. I have used soya milk in the past, and rice milk, but the nice things about the goats milk is that it can be used ... Read the complete review
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