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    Did You Know This About Milk?

    Sorry a farm girl here again ...

    Today most of world's produced milk is so called A1 milk (incl. A1 beta-casein).

    Heavily breed and very common cows milk are A1 milk. Cows like:

    Ayrshires:


    Holsteins:


    The Beta-casomorphin-7 (BCM-7) is an opioid peptide released during the digestion of A1 beta-casein.
    A few research groups have already suggested that BCM-7 may be linked to type 1 diabetes, heart disease, infant death, autism, and digestive problems.

    https://www.authoritydiet.com/a1-vs-...its-nutrition/

    All normal mammals (including even humans) makes A2 milk.
    A2 milk opposite contains A2 beta-casein.
    I'm not scientist but someway I like to believe that A2 milk is healthier than heavily proceed mutation milk A1.

    Our small Kyyttö cows produces original A2 milk

    So Kyyttös' milk is antibiotic free (they don't need to eat antibiotics mixed feeds) but perhaps healthier also other ways.

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    A2 is marketed heavily in the Anglosphere. It’s actually trademarked by the A2 milk company

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    My mom went thru a phase of drinking only expensive A2 milk because she believes she is lactose intolerant. She also went thru a Lactaid milk phase. She is now back to drinking regular A1 whole milk. She also went thru an almond milk phase and a soy milk phase.

    I drink regular milk (A1 whole milk).

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    I read that the main reason for lactose intolerance is that cows' milk has larger fat molecules which are harder for our systems to digest. Switching to goats' milk, which has a smaller molecular structure, solves this issue. I've tried goats' milk and honestly could not tell much difference in taste, so maybe this is the best alternative. Has anyone with lactose intolerance tried goats' milk with success?
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    Personally, I can't tolerate dairy products. So I consume almond milk with an added protein supplement, and take daily vitamin supplements. I also adhere to a workout regimen, which helps the metabolism and maintains bones, joints, and muscle mass.

    "The bottom line

    When it comes to overall health benefits, it seems that dairy is neither a hero nor a villain. Adding some dairy to your daily diet — a splash of milk in your coffee or a cup poured over your breakfast cereal, or a slice of cheese on a sandwich — can help you get some of the vital nutrients you need. “But keep in mind that eating a well-balanced diet that includes plenty of green leafy vegetables and nuts can better help you get the calcium and protein you need rather than relying too much on dairy,” says Malik.

    Malik still prefers most people stick with low-fat dairy, as this helps reduce your intake of saturated fat but still offers good amounts of nutrients. Alternatively, you can choose almond and soy milk substitutes — but be aware that they have lower amounts of protein than regular milk. For a single go-to dairy source, Malik recommends plain Greek yogurt. (Avoid flavored versions, which are high in sugar). “It has more protein than regular yogurt and contains probiotics that help with gut health. And it’s quite versatile, as you can eat it alone or add it to other dishes like smoothies and use it as a substitute for cream in recipes."

    https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/...-2019012515849
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    Basically everybody here can drink milk ... so I have always kept lactose intolerance bit same as allergies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    Basically everybody here can drink milk ... so I have always kept lactose intolerance bit same as allergies.
    Personally, I'm perfectly satisfied with my virtually dairy-free diet.

    As Arnold Schwarzenegger stated...




    "Millions of Americans can’t digest a certain sugar in milk and milk products called lactose. If you’re one of them, you have lactose intolerance.

    The condition isn’t harmful, but it can be uncomfortable and may be embarrassing.

    There’s no cure, but you can manage it by watching how much milk or milk products you drink or eat.

    Being lactose intolerant is not the same as being allergic to milk."

    https://www.webmd.com/digestive-diso...-intolerance#1
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    If I will continue our farm ... I could think not to only product Kyyttö (A2) milk, but also try to product butter, yoghurts and cream cheeses from that milk. In small scale. Maybe ice cream. And finally even real cheeses . Also goat's milk bases products could be interesting.
    Selling those mainly/directly from farm (no distributions, no retailers).

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    No, I did not knew that A-thing about Milk .

    I found a MILKIPEDIA site , and don't know , if that is available in other languages :
    https://www.meine-milch.de/milkipedia/a2-milch

    Die Bezeichnung „A2“ beziehungsweise „A1“ bezieht sich auf die jeweiligen Kaseine im Eiweißanteil der Milch.
    Die Kaseine lassen sich in alpha-, beta-, gamma- und kappa-Kaseine unterscheiden.
    Die Gruppe A1, A2 und B gehören zu den β-Kaseinen.
    A2 unterscheidet sich in der chemischen Zusammensetzung leicht von A1 und B.
    Wo bei A1 und B die Aminosäure Histidin in der Aminosäurenkette sitzt, ist bei der A2-Variante die Aminosäure Prolin zu finden.

    Basically , every food item consists of thousand special elements , and it is up to the stomach to digest everything ,
    as Jesus says , that every food would be "clean" .

    How about some A2-religion and culture-cult ?
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    I get milk from a local farmer often, Its way more expensive but I know exactly where its coming from.

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