Can Consumption Of Goat Milk For People With Lungs?
Hi, my grandmother’s got lung disease and heart failure. Can I consume goat milk?
Thank you for the question.
Basically, if someone already has a history of chronic illness, it is better if that person monitors the intake of food and drinks consumed daily, because diet is part of a lifestyle that is a risk factor for chronic diseases, such as heart failure, and lung disease (You need to mention in detail what lung disease suffered). The right advice is to eat healthy and nutritious foods, and reduce the intake of foods that contain lots of salt and high in fat.
In addition to eating healthy and nutritious foods, it contains important nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals, and fiber which is also abundant in fruits and vegetables, along with restrictions that you need to pay attention to sufferers of chronic diseases, as:
Foods that contain a lot of salt. Pay attention to the DASH diet for people with high blood pressure, which can affect the condition of their heart failure. Foods that contain lots of saturated fat and cholesterol, such as red meat, fried foods, milk and milk products. Processed foods such as frozen foods and fast food. Because goat's milk is one that has saturated fat and high enough cholesterol, it is not recommended for your grandmother to consume the milk. This is done as an effort to prevent complications and worsening of the heart.
Hopefully this information can be useful.