Close to Raw Milk
Milk has long dominated the American diet for years, as an essential staple for health and bone strength. It is densely loaded with nutritious fats and proteins that make us strong. In these modern times there are multiple options ranging from heavily processed all the way to raw milk. One milk in particular that has gained some popularity is A2 milk.
The name may be intimidating at first as one wonders, what does A2 mean? Cows milk is loaded with protein: one reason it is a popular drink choice for fitness gurus. These proteins are made up of two types, A1 and A2. For the strong-stomached, there is no significant difference between these two types of protein.
At this point you might have already guessed that A2 milk only contains A2 proteins. This is simply means the protein make-up of the milk is different. However, significant studies have shown one important difference between the two types of protein. People who often reported stomach issues when drinking regular milk (A1 and A2 protein), found that their digestive problems were gone when they only consumed A2 milk (milk lacking the A1 protein). It is now becoming a well-known