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Goat Milk

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Goat Milk Calories and Quick Look At Nutrition Facts

Calories in Goat Milk63Cal 100g
63 Cal 100g(100ml)
Diet Friendliness
Appetite Satisfaction
Nutritional Value
Noteworthy NutrientsCalcium,Vitamin B2
Goat milk used to make cheese is produced from the milk of goats. Compared to milk taken from other animals like cows , goat's milk is said to be quite smelly. However, if processed the right way this is said after milk the smell of goat milk should be an issue. Since the advancement of processing techniques goat milk is now found in making dairy products such as yogurt that don't taste half bad.

In terms of nutrition, goat milk may not contain extraordinary high nutritional value but is considered balanced. Watch out for calories in cheese and yogurt when dieting drinking or eating products made from goat's milk.



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Goat Milk

Additional Facts for Goat Milk

Diet Friendliness
Appetite Satisfaction
Nutritional Value
Water Content88 (%)
Refuse0 (%)

Nutrition facts for Goat Milk (100ml 100g)

Nutrition info displayed such as percent meal value and PFC balance scales are based on a 1800 calorie diet for women between ages 18 and 29 years old weighing around 112 pounds and daily nutritional requirements.

【Calories and Macronutrient Composition】

(Percent Meal Value)

Energy63 Cal536~751Cal
Protein3.1g (12.4 Cal)15~34g
Fat3.6g (32.4 Cal)13~20g
Carbohydrate4.5g (18 Cal)75~105g

【PFC Balance】

The calories in Goat Milk per 100g(100ml) is 63 calories. Goat Milk is calculated to be 63Cal per 100 grams making 80Cal equivalent to 126.98g with 4.5g of mostly carbohydrates、3.6g of fat、3.1g of protein in 100g while being rich in vitamins and minerals such as Calcium and Vitamin B2.

Vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and sodium content for 100g (100ml) of Goat Milk


(Percent Meal Value)

Vitamin A Retinol Equivalent36μg221μgRE
Vitamin E Alpha Tocopherol0.1mg2.2mg
Vitamin K2μg17μg
Vitamin B10.04mg0.32mg
Vitamin B20.14mg0.36mg
Vitamin B60.04mg0.35mg
Pantothenic Acid0.39mg1.5mg
Vitamin C1mg33mg


(Percent Meal Value)



(Percent Meal Value)

Sodium Chloride Equivalent0.1g~2.5g

Fatty acid composition in 100g (100ml) of Goat Milk

【Fatty Acids】

(Percent Meal Value)

Saturated Fatty Acids2.19g3g~4.7g
Monounsaturated Fatty Acids0.77g~6.2g
Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids0.09g3g~8.3g
Total Fatty Acids3.05g
N3 Polyunsaturated0.03g
N6 Polyunsaturated0.07g
Oleic Acid710mg
Linoleic Acid61mg

(Percent Meal Value)

Alpha Linolenic Acid19mg
Octadecatrienoic Acid1mg
Icosadienoic Acid1mg
DGLA (Dihomo-γ-linolenic acid)1mg
Arachidonic Acid4mg
Icosapentaenoic Acid2mg
Docosapentaenoic Acid N34mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid1mg

Amino acid composition in 100g (100ml) of Goat Milk

Amino acids found in Goat Milk are either to low to display a value or unknown

*Note that do to rounding some nutrient values are shown as not contained in some cases.

*Calculated assuming a 1800 calorie diet of a normal women age 18 to 29 around 112 pounds weight.

*The exact vitamin and mineral content may depend on the method of cooking preparation, transportation method, and processed used for long term storage, collectively.

*Calculated calorie results may vary within a margin of several calories.

12 ways to Burn 63Cal

Goat Milk:Aerobic exercise duration required to burn 63 calories per 100g (100ml)

  • Walking24min
  • Jogging15min
  • Cycling / Biking / Spinning9min
  • Jumping Rope8min
  • Stretching29min
  • Climbing Steps8min
  • Vacuuming21min
  • Cleaning Bath Tub19min
  • Water Walking18min
  • Swimming9min
  • Aerobics11min
  • Boxercising12min

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