What is the ratio of whey protein & casein protein in the goat formula?
The Whey to Casein ratio changes with the formula and with the changing nutritional demand for babies, for example, stages 1 and 2 have 60% whey protein and 40% casein. In Stage 3, it drops to the natural levels of whey to casein in milk of around 80:20.
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