Alkalizing Minerals & Electrolytes from Goat Milk Whey!
We love Mt. Capra’s Mineral Whey and we're not alone! Dr. Bernard Jensen, a renowned nutritionist, enthusiastically endorsed it too. Mt. Capra Mineral Whey is a mineral-rich, golden brown, low-heat dried natural food powder from goat milk whey. In addition to its yummy taste, this goat whey powder offers excellent support to prevent or help correct diet-caused mineral deficiencies and resulting problems. The plentiful electrolytes in Mt. Capra Mineral Whey 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.
Mt. Capra Mineral Whey is especially rich in bio-organic sodium, (not to be confused with refined table salt, NaCl, which is very toxic to the body), as well as bio-organic potassium, both of which are essential to neutralizing acid wastes in the body. The mineral composition of this goat whey powder also includes calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, and a host of other essential minerals. Capra Whey has been used extensively to improve digestive problems, weak and painful joints, and replenishing necessary mineral reserves lost through mental and physical stress and devitalized foods.
Serving Size: 2 Tbsp (26g)
Servings Per Container Ð 12.7 oz:14
Servings Per Container Ð 25.4 oz:28
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* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients: Concentrated minerals from Goat Whey, silica (less than 2%)
Suggested Directions: Add 26 grams (2 level tablespoons) to smoothies, soups, and sauces. Delicious added to hot apple cider or hot water!
No chemicals or preservatives added.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I use this as a substitute for the homemade whey recipe from Nourishing Traditions?
A. No, the homemade formula requires homemade whey. This product does not have active cultures.
Q. Does it have oxidized cholesterol & the problems of protein whey?
A. No. This is not a protein whey powder. This is the mineral portion of the whey, dehydrated into a powder. There is no oxidized cholesterol and very little protein.
Q. Will the sodium in this product negatively affect my health?
A. Capra Mineral Whey is rich in bio-organic sodium, which should not be confused with refined table salt, which has sodium that is not bioavailable due to its processing.Bio-organic sodium, as well as bio-organic potassium are essential to neutralizing acid wastes in the body.
Q. What other minerals are in this product?
A. In addition to bio-organic sodium and potassium, its mineral composition includes calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, and a host of other essential minerals.
Q. Is the Capra Mineral Whey a ""sweet"" or ""acid"" whey?
A. Capra Mineral Whey is considered a sweet whey, because it still contains the lactose sugars which are typically eaten up during the cheese making process which makes for an acid whey.
Q. Is the Capra Mineral Whey gluten free?
A. Yes, it is gluten free.