Mt. Capra Mineral Goat Whey

Natures Most Perfect Food & A Great Source of Critical Minerals, Vitamins, Proteins and Electrolytes.

Excellent for Muscle & Joint Support, Digestion & Immune System Support.

* It takes 23 Oz's of Raw Goat Milk to make 1 Oz of Capra Mineral Goat Whey

Health experts world wide agree that mineral combinations found in whole foods possess what the body needs most for maintenance and healing. "Mt. Capra Genuine Goat Milk Whey is one of the best natural mineral supplements I know" says Dr. Bernard Jensen. We find that 65% of the world today is still living on goat milk. Goat milk is the most like human milk in composition containing many rare base minerals balanced just right to be very user friendly. Capra Mineral Whey (CMW) is a mineral-rich, golden brown, dry natural food powder from dehydrated goat milk whey. It is the ideal way to prevent or correct diet-caused mineral deficiencies and resulting problems. 90% of the minerals contained in goat milk are contained in the whey?

Facts About Minerals in Capra Mineral Whey

*Some minerals work more effectively with other minerals in combination, such as:

-Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus & Iron.

-Copper, Iron & Zinc.

-Zinc, Calcium, Copper & Phosphorus.

-Sodium and Potassium.

All of these combinations are in Capra Mineral Whey!

*Minerals combinations found in whole foods like CMW are assimilated with ease.

*High in sodium, potassium and calcium CMW has a natural alkaline reaction.

*The most plentiful mineral ingredients in CMW are electrolytes (sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, chloride and phospherous).

*The electrolytes plentiful in CMW make up the electrically charged ions that help regulate water balance, acid-alkaline balance, osmotic pressure, nerve impulse conduction, muscle contraction and transport into and out of cells.

*Rich in Vital trace elements.

*Rich in important proteins.

*Sodium: Chronic indigestion, intestinal irritation, constipation, ulcers and other stomach disorders as well as joint troubles such as arthritis, rheumatism and osteoporosis are often signs that bio-organic sodium is deficient in the body. Reserve supplies of sodium are stored in various places in the body (joints, ligaments and lymph fluid) but chiefly in the wall of the stomach and small bowel. This makes the tissues of the stomach highly alkaline, which is needed to withstand the hydrochloric acid normally produced in the stomach. If it were not for the presence of sodium, the stomach walls would be destroyed by the acid in these tissues.

Whenever acids are produced anyplace in the body through devitalized foods, mental strain and stress, etc., sodium is withdrawn from the stomach and the above mentioned sights to neutralize them. With this disturbance of balance, the stomach wall cannot properly secrete acid so digestion becomes impaired. If we overdraw on the sodium reserve in the stomach, the organ with the next highest concentration of sodium (the joints) will begin to suffer lack. This is because the blood, in attempting to maintain chemical balance, will borrow it thus causing calcium to come out of the solution and deposit in the joints causing joint pain we see so common today. Remember, bio-organic sodium is food sodium, not to be confused with table salt sodium, NaC1 which is processed at extreme heat using many chemical procedures including bleaching to get the finished product. The stomach, intestines, joint and ligaments are sodium organs and are in constant need of food sodium.

*Potassium: Heart irregularity, fatigue and immune system deficiencies along with acid alkaline balance may signal bio-organic potassium deficiency. Potassium is stored mainly in muscle, including the heart muscle, neutralizing acid wastes in the muscle tissue and controlling the acid alkaline balance together with sodium. Potassium does many of the same things sodium does, which is why they are nearly always found together in the body. Second only to breathing and maintaining heartbeat, the most important metabolic function our bodies perform is to maintain a specific pH. The acid alkaline balance in the body is kept nearly constant by the electrolytes (chiefly sodium and potassium) so we must be sure to get the appropriate foods to keep them up. Dr. Bernard Jensen lists goat whey in the top ten of both sodium rich foods and potassium rich foods.

*The Important Role of Protein in Goat Milk Whey.

The role of protein in food is not to provide the body with protein, but to supply it with amino acids. The digestive process begins in the stomach, breaking down a complete protein to amino acids where they enter the small intestine and are transported into the intestinal wall into the blood system. This is where true goat whey "Magic" takes place.

1) The protein in goat milk is complete with all the amino acids.

2) Our body utilizes complete goat whey protein most effectively because it breaks down and absorbs the amino acids at a rate that is optimal for our body usage.

3) Science has found from the moment of conception our body uses protein to manufacture cells for growth and maintenance of bone and tissue. Recent studies have revealed protein is instrumental in the functioning of the human immune system.

Actually the goat is truly an unsung hero and shines in many nutritional departments. Goat milk is most like human milk in composition containing many rare base minerals balanced just right to be "user friendly". Goat milk possesses unique concentrations and forms of specific nutrients. In the Journal of Reproductive Medicine it systematically points out the many important differences between cow milk and goat milk making it particularly suitable for the diets of young children and women.

For example, goat milk contains 28% more selenium, 13% more calcium, 134% more potassium, and 350% more niacin. Mineral Goat Whey contains 90% of all vitamins and minerals found in Goat Milk. It's also higher in sodium, copper, manganese and the list goes on.

* Based on two tablespoons per serving. It takes 23 oz of Raw Goat Milk. to produce 1 ounce of Mineral Goat Whey.

** Use 1 Tablespoon twice daily in warm water, juice or sprinkle on salads, soups, cereals, etc.

Note: A person could live on Mineral Goat Whey and Water alone for at least 3 months without the loss of anything but fat. With a shelf life of 3 or more years Mineral Goat

Whey is a great survival food.

Mineral Goat Whey is available in ... 12.7 oz , 25.4 oz ,50.8 oz ,jars

Minerals in Capra Mineral Whey

Potassium 884 mg 
Calcium 313 mg 
Chloride  280 mg 
Iron 51 mg
Phosphorus 249
Sodium 189 mg 
Magnesium 24 mg
Zinc 78 mg 
Antimony  8 mcg
Barium 52 mcg
Copper 17 mcg
Chromium  12 mcg 
Molybdenum 58 mcg 
Manganese 1.5 mcg 
Nickel 8 mcg
Silicon  8 mcg
Strontium 27 mcg 
Tin 63 mcg
Selenium 2.2 mcg

  • Back To Health Information Page