Not all cow’s milk is created equally. Its nutritional composition often varies slightly, depending on the cow’s breed, feed or individual genetics.
For example, cow’s milk contains varying amounts of proteins known as A1 and A2 beta-caseins. For some people, A1 beta-caseins might have adverse health effects.
Recently, researchers examined the digestive effects of A1 beta-casein in people with self-reported lactose intolerance. Here is a detailed summary of their results. [...] Read the full article →