Mommies Got A New Friend in Meeeh! The DG3+ Goat’s Milk

Last updated on December 4th, 2019 at 01:02 am

When it comes to my child’s health and nutrition, I only trust the experts. Yes, I may have the best intention and Mother’s instinct but the Doctors’ years of study and experience is more reliable.

During the DG3+ Goat’s Milk Launch, I learned how their milk is produced and I was amazed of its minimal processing, resulting to their product being close to its natural source.

Let me share with you the wonders of the DG Goat Milk Beverage for Kids (3 years old and above).

  • Manufactured by Pacific Healthcare Philippines, It is the Philippines first and only Premium Powdered Milk sourced from Goat’s milk.
  • They choose only the healthiest Saanen goats from New Zealand to ensure milk having of the highest quality.
Mommies Got A New Friend in Meeeh! The DG3+ Goat's Milk

The #DGadvantage is it will help your child grow healthy and strong.

The Product’s Benefits

1. Naturally More Complete

Mommies Got A New Friend in Meeeh! The DG3+ Goat's Milk

Goats produce their milk through Apocrine Secretion, where milk fat and bioactive components in mammary secretory cells are enveloped by cell membranes as they are secreted. As a result, milk produced by goats have naturally occuring bioactive components such as:

  • Polyamines for intestinal cell growth and digestive capacity development.
  • Nucleotides for gastrointestinal health, maturation, and recovery.
  • Free Amino Acids and Glutamic Acid for immunity and gut energy.
  • Taurine for bile salt formation (necessary for fat digestion), brain and retina development.

Extensive and complicated fortification for these nutrients are no longer necessary.

2. Easier to Digest

Casein, the solid part of the milk protein produces curds in our stomach. Compared to milk sourced from other animals. DG produces a very loose curd structure with a high proportion of water that is easily broken apart, thus facilitating easier digestion of milk proteins.

3. Less Allergenic

B-Lactoglobulin is the whey protein that stimulates milk protein allergies. Compared with milk sourced from other animals, DG has lowest levels of B-Lactoglobulin, thus making it less allergenic for us! Dairy Goat is undoubtedly the premium goat milk brand perfect for your child.

4. With More CCP

Casein Posphopeptides (CPP) binds more minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc. Thereby increasing the solubility and absorption of these minerals.

I am impressed with all the nutrition and health benefits that DG3+ can offer. And another plus point? The milk is not limited to children but can also be taken by adults and reap the same benefits.

Mommies Got A New Friend in Meeeh! The DG3+ Goat's Milk

Dr. Felizardo Gatcheco, MD, MSc, A Pediatric Gastroenterologist and Clinical Epidemiologist did a presentation about DG3+ where I learned more of its origin, processing and effects. With these information, I have been convinced of the goodness of Goat’s Milk for everyone!

I am glad to know that DG3+ is now available in the Philippine market. Having this as an option for additional nutrition is assuring that there are tools to aid in improving health.

To know more about Dairy Goat’s Milk you may visit their website at also, check out their Social Media accounts with the following links:

DG3+ is available for purchase in Mercury Drug stores, Lazada and Shopee. Try it and see the difference.

Mommies Got A New Friend in Meeeh! The DG3+ Goat's Milk

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12 Responses

  1. nacurious ako anu kea ang difference ng lasa nng goat sa cow’s milk. i will definitely try this

  2. The best thing that got me and want to try the Dairy Goat is its easy to digest and it’s being close to natural

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Mommies Got A New Friend in Meeeh! The DG3+ Goat’s Milk

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