How Is A2 Milk Different from Regular Milk?
If you take a trip to the grocery store, there are so many milk choices in the dairy isle. Whole, fat-free, organic, soy – the options are endless! Today, we are more informed when it comes to meeting our specific food needs and we are constantly looking for alternatives to accommodate our lifestyles.
That’s where A2 milk comes into the mix. Regular cow’s milk contains both the A1 and A2 beta-casein proteins. However, the A1 protein may be hard for some people to digest, causing digestive discomfort and an unpleasant experience, similar to lactose intolerance. A2 milk comes from hand-picked, DNA-tested cows that only produce the A2 beta-casein protein.
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