A2 Milk

Is cow milk good for humans?

Milk is a great source of protein and calcium and it is obviously good for humans, but then, how does it help our body? Don’t worry, that is what we will be taking a look at in a comprehensive manner.  It is important that children, toddlers, and infants include milk as a part of their diet on a regular basis. But after getting to know about a health condition called lactose intolerance, most of us are left with a question. 

Is Cow milk good for humans? 

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List of Dairy products produced from A2 milk

A2 milk is now getting a lot of attention across all age groups because there are many studies that say consuming A2 milk is a healthier option than the regular milk available in grocery stores. Apart from health benefits, A2 milk is beneficial for the preparation of other Dairy products at home itself. In this blog, we will be taking a look at the list of dairy products that can be produced from A2 milk.
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Nutrients available in A2 milk

Most of us may or may not be aware of the general health benefits and nutritional value of the items we consume in our everyday diet; milk being one of the essentials. So how do you know if it is right for you? In this blog, we will be taking a look at the Nutrients available in Milk. Milk is a rich source of protein and calcium. Among the various types and grades of milk, the nutritional value of A2 milk is higher than the regular milk available in grocery stores. A few years back most of us didn’t even have access to healthier options of milk like A2. But now it is available and it is our responsibility to use it so that your body receives the right type of nutrition in the right amounts.
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What is A2 Milk? - Poorvika Dairy

What is A2 Milk?

Protein is an excellent energy source in milk with 8 grams (g) per 8-ounce (oz) glass. Milk contains two primary proteins, casein and whey. Casein is responsible for 80% of the protein in milk, while other casein types include beta-casein. A1 and A2 are both varieties of beta-casein found in cow's milk.


Back in the old days, local cows solely produced the A2 form of beta-casein. But, the milk sold in stores today majorly comprises the A1 protein.

Kanakarajan Sivakumar
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