The nice folks at St. Helen’s Farm told us why you might want to give goat’s milk a go…

St Helen’s Farm was founded in 1986 on a smallholding near Barmby on the Marsh in East Yorkshire. More and more people in the UK are becoming increasingly aware that cows’ milk may not suit the needs of their body and are seeking alternatives to traditional dairy products. Goats’ milk is nutritionally closest to cows’ milk, yet many people who perceive they have issues with cows’ milk can drink goats’ milk without any problems.

Top five reasons to switch to St Helen’s Farm goats’ milk today:

St Helen's Farm Goats Milk
St Helen’s Farm Goats Milk

Healthy and natural  – Enjoying natural goats’ milk helps you feel happier inside and out. All St Helen’s Farm products are produced in the gentlest way possible to keep the great taste and all their natural goodness.

Creamy and delicious  – No more missing out on cheesy treats, ice cream puds, or a frothy, milky coffee! Goats’ milk tastes refreshingly light and creamy and is just as versatile as cows’ milk and can be used in hot drinks, cereals and cooking with great results.

Great for your gut!  – Taking care of your gut is vital for your health and well-being. Goats’ milk is easy to digest and contains four times as much of the pre-biotic oligosaccharide which help to feed you good gut bacteria.

St Helen's Farm Yoghurts
St Helen’s Farm Yoghurts

High in protein and nutrients  – Goats’ milk is naturally high in protein, provides calcium for strong bones and contains phosphorus which helps your body to produce energy for your busy day ahead!

Feel great – Don’t just put up with the discomfort caused by products that don’t suit you.  Many people have found that switching to St Helen’s Farm goats’ milk products helped to improve their wellbeing and regain the enjoyment of life.

 St Helen’s Farm produces milk, yogurt, cheese, butter and even ice cream so you never have to miss out on the little luxuries in life. Available nationwide at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Co-Op and Morrisons. Find out more at www.sthelensfarm.co.uk