Baby and You

It’s well known that a healthy, balanced diet contains a variety of food from a variety of sources; but have you thought to vary your DAIRY?

Simple switches to your routine such as simply replacing cows’ milk for goats’ milk, for just a couple of days a week will add variety to your diet without compromising on taste, providing an essential mix of nutrients from different sources.

Goats’ milk is a nutritious alternative to cows’ milk that’s gentler on the stomach, containing different proteins and smaller fat particles that are easy to digest. A great source of calcium and phosphorus for healthy teeth and bones; potassium for maintaining a healthy blood pressure; and more Biotin and Vitamin A, great for healthy skin and immune systems. It’s an easy swap on the way to eating happy and healthy.

Lighter and more refreshing than cows’ milk, goats’ milk can be used in the same way in hot drinks, cereals, cooking and smoothies. Straight from the farm and packed every day, St Helen’s Farm fresh milk is available in whole, semi-skimmed and skimmed, perfect for every taste.

There’s a whole variety of award winning dairy to discover, from creamy yogurts to luxurious butter and ice creams. Available in supermarkets such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and Ocado.

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