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“All Milk Is Not Created Equal, Here’s Why….”

If you were like me, you used to believe that all milk is the same. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. Hundreds of years ago all the milk could be considered the same; however, today not all cows produce the same type of milk our ancestors drink. In the past milk was rich in the A2 type of protein; as time passed, other types of protein started showing up in the milk of European capitals. One such protein was the A1 type. As both herds of cattle and people started migrating throughout the globe, the milk we drink started to change. Today the majority of milk in your glass has a combination of both the A1 and A2 protein types. Independent researchers have conducted studies that found by drinking the original A2 milk, not only was it more natural, but it was also much easier for a majority of people to digest. product-lineup_new100416png-recovered wholesm-productpng

As most cows now contain a mix of both A1 and A2 proteins, only a2 Milk® comes from cows that are naturally selected to produce only the A2 protein. This is what makes all the difference. Another reason why we love a2 Milk® is that it is not genetically modified or processed, and a2 Milk® can make more people happier and healthier as only real and natural milk can do. The company released a video that makes bold claims about self-diagnosed lactose intolerance patients being able to drink a2 Milk®, which you can view below:

Where can you find a2 Milk®? Target Stores in California, Whole Foods in California, as well as some Whole Foods across the country, Publix in Florida, some Sprouts across the country, and other major markets nationwide. Click here to get $1 off your next gallon of a2 Milk®.

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26 COMMENTS

  • Julie Wood on December 6, 2016

    I have problems with digesting regular milk and this mild says it is easy to digest. This is great and I like that it s that it is not genetically modified or processed milk. I think this would make me feel better!

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  • heather on December 6, 2016

    I have a super sensitive stomach and have to really be careful of drinking milk. I would love to try this milk I miss dunking my chocolate chip cookies in milk.

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  • Elena on December 6, 2016

    My family would benefit from this milk because we try to eat and drink wholesome foods and drinks

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  • Steve Weber on December 6, 2016

    I have some dairy sensitivities when it comes to certain products.. I wouldn’t have to worry one bit with this product.

    groogruxking40 @gmail dot com

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  • Jessica To on December 7, 2016

    I think this milk would settle on my stomach better. I like that it is supposed to make you feel happier and healthier.

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  • Jessie C. on December 9, 2016

    I would be happier to enjoy a2 Milk because it is not genetically modified.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  • Natalie on December 13, 2016

    I get stomach pains when I drink lactose, so this milk would allow me to eat cereal with milk in the morning!

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  • Mita on December 18, 2016

    Yes, I would like to try this milk.

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  • Rebecca on December 18, 2016

    I don’t have any milk allergies, but I’d be willing to give this a try. I love a glass of cold milk to go along with homemade chocolate chip cookies!

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  • Natalie on December 22, 2016

    I have a hard time digesting a lot of lactose, so this would allow me to put milk in my cereal!

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  • elizabeth on December 27, 2016

    Yes I would love to try this milk…regular milk seems to bother me.

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  • Susan Smith on December 29, 2016

    I have a hard time digesting dairy so I would love to try this milk.

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  • Seyma Shabbir on December 30, 2016

    I would benefit by not getting that bloating or gassy feeling from milk!!

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  • Elle on December 31, 2016

    I have a sensitive system and could definitely benefit from a2Milk and would like to give it a try.

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  • Terry Stevens on December 31, 2016

    I think I would benefit from this as I have tummy trouble drinking regular milk.

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  • Stephanie Phelps on January 1, 2017

    I would be able to enjoy all my favorites again like cereal and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches if I had a2 Milk®. No more bloating and cramps from milk!

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  • Ellie Wright on January 2, 2017

    I would use it in my morning oatmeal. I think it would help with some stomach issues I deal with.

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  • Tina W on January 3, 2017

    This milk could help me sleep easier by eliminating the noisy gas problems that happen when my fiance drinks milk!

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  • Kristen on January 4, 2017

    I’d like to give it a try, because regular milk does upset my stomach if I drink more than a small amount. I’d love to be able to have a big glass of milk with some cookies or waffles :)

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  • Linda on January 4, 2017

    I would be able to drink milk again!!!

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  • Thomas Murphy on January 5, 2017

    It would be easier for me to digest.

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  • Debbie B on January 5, 2017

    i would like to try this – i could use it in my protein shakes

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  • jalapenomamamn on January 5, 2017

    a2 Milk would be beneficial for the calcium.
    thank you

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  • Heidi B on January 5, 2017

    I can’t tolerate regular milk, but I am thinking this would be easier for me to digest and process.

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  • Christine Labelle on January 5, 2017

    My son and I are both lactose intolerant. He is worse than I am. On occasion we indulge in some ice cream. I think it would be great to try.

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