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My GP is very much against patients with digestive problems drinking milk as he says it causes acidity and other problems. My wife finds otherwise and drinks some milk when she has heartburn. Some cannot drink milk due to lactose intolerance.
The practice nurse gave me a leaflet about A2 milk that comes from cows that produce milk that only contains the A2 protein rather than the A1 protein that is evidently the cause of problems for supposedly 12 million in this country with a problem digesting milk.
Has anyone here tried it? Most supermarkets have it in full milk and the skimmed versions.
There are trials going on at the moment that showed that lactose intolerant people could drink A2 milk without a reaction and some conclude that lactose intolerance symptoms are actually likely to be a result of an inflammatory response in the gut caused by the A1 protein.
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