Goat milk has a myriad of positive qualities as an addition to a human diet. It is a great source of many dietary metals such as calcium, phosphorus, sulfur, potassium, and magnesium as well as vitamin B1 and other vitamins. It is very low in unwanted transfats, while featuring high levels of other more beneficial unsaturated fats. When compared with cow milk it has a higher nutrient density, thus containing more positive nutrients in smaller serving sizes. It also is lower in sugar (better for diabetic individuals), forms less phlegm, and is more easily digested than cow milk.