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Articles     |  30 September 2015

Maxigenes Dairy Powders Comparison

With the arrival of our new Maxigenes Sheep Milk Powder, we thought it best to offer some useful tips to help you make the right product choice for your family. Please feel free to take any of the products in our range depending on your personal preference; however this article will be your guide to finding the most suitable choice.

All of our Maxigenes products contain a rich source of calcium, which is naturally obtained from dairy products.

Our Maxigenes Full Cream Milk Powder from cow's milk is the most commonly consumed by far due to its long standing role and easy accessibility within the dairy community. It has a full creamy flavour offering extra nourishment to suit your whole family's daily energy needs.

For those who prefer a milder milk flavour, Maxigenes Goat milk powder is a great natural source of calcium and Vitamin D. Vitamin D is effective in helping absorb calcium in the body where it is needed most. This dairy alternative is easier on digestion, for those who have a natural intolerance to cow's milk. It also contains less lactose than cow's milk making it an ideal option for those who suffer from lactose intolerance.

Maxigenes Sheep Milk Powder is similar to Goat milk Powder, in that it has more medium-chain fatty acids than cow's milk which makes it easier on digestion. The natural source of protein and vitamin A, which is naturally higher in sheep's milk than other dairy products helps assist with healthy vision, tissue building and repair.

It's important to remember that all Maxigenes dairy milk powders are suitable for the whole family, including children over 3 year's old, pregnant women and adults