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Natural formulas like Oli6 try to avoid the use of unnecessary additives or allergens. While organic formulas use only organic milk.  Yet, the difference between both is simpler than that. Organic goat’s milk formula is made from organic goat’s milk, while natural formula is made from high quality natural milk from goats. Does that cause any difference where the benefits of the end product are concerned? None whatsoever. So, this means parents can rest assured with either organic or natural.

What Makes Goat’s Milk Formula Such a Good Choice for My Little One?

Goat’s milk is a powerful source product with lots of nutrients that can benefit the growth and development of your child. Of course, all formulas provide plenty of nutrients, so what makes goat’s milk formula stand out from all the rest?

Well, goat’s milk formula contains high levels of non-digestible fibres called prebiotic oligosaccharides. Also referred to as natural prebiotics, prebiotic oligosaccharides can make digestion easier; this through the absorption of water in the large intestine and promoting the growth of healthy gut bacteria.


The absorption of water in the large intestine may appear as a basic function, but it can do wonders for children who suffer from symptoms such as constipation and cramps. When passing stool encounters the absorbed water, the stool becomes softer and easier to pass. Subsequently, softer stool is less likely to cause constipation, cramps, and similar symptoms associated with digestion.

Prebiotic oligosaccharides also promote the growth of healthy bacteria commonly found in the gut; this includes lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. These bacteria are good for your child’s health. Not only do they contribute to the overall digestion process, they also limit the growth of harmful pathogenic bacteria.

Easier digestion is one of the major reasons why parents choose goat’s milk formula for their little bub, especially parents of children who have experienced digestive distress with regular cow’s milk formula. However, if your child is unable to digest cow’s milk formula properly, it is always recommended to consult with your child’s paediatrician to rule out an underlying medical condition. Your child’s paediatrician can also recommend some formulas that could be more suitable.

To ensure goat’s milk formula could aid your child’s digestion, you could print the information available on the Oli6 website. Take the information to the appointment with the paediatrician and ask for your paediatrician’s opinion.

Does Goat’s Milk Formula Provide Other Benefits I Should Know About?

Goat’s milk is a source product that has many similarities human milk. These similarities could prove useful for mums who have trouble breastfeeding. While human milk is always the best option for a little bub, there can be some reasons that mean a young child may need to use formula. In these cases, goat’s milk formula could be a good option.

One of the similarities shared between goat’s milk formula and human milk is the structure of the prebiotic oligosaccharides. Goat’s milk also contains similar levels of amino acids, the building blocks of the human body that play a crucial role in a countless number of biological processes inside the human body.

Goat’s milk formula can be easier to digest because of another similarity shared with human milk. Finally, goat’s milk formula and human milk also contain similar levels of phospholipids and nucleotides. With functions such as brain development, cell regeneration, and cell development, these compounds certainly contribute to good overall health and growth.


Where Can I Obtain Goat’s Milk Formula?

Parents can acquire Oli6 goat’s milk formula from various pharmacies across the country. To find a pharmacy near you, use the simple store locator on the website to find one near your residence. Alternatively, parents can also order their supply of goat’s milk formula from our website.

Do you need more information about our formula? Be sure to check out our website, which contains countless information pages and parent resources!