The two most common types of beta-casein proteins found in milk are A1 and A2. Breeds of cows like the Guernsey can be bred to produce milk without the A1 gene, resulting in A2A2 milk. A2A2 milk is in high demand for its unique digestive capabilities. The two proteins are digested differently, and some stomachaches are a result of a sensitivity to the A1 protein causing problems with digestion. Many people who think they are reacting to the lactose in milk are actually reacting to the A1 protein!
This is A2A2 Creamline milk. That means pasteurized only! Shake and drink.
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