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this changes everything,
This review is from: Devil in the Milk: Illness, Health and the Politics of A1 and A2 Milk (Paperback)
I am in love with this book.
The author is so deeply knowledgeable about the subject matter, and his writing style is so succinct. For a scientist is it satisfying to read, and I'm sure that non-scientists will also enjoy his tidy and well-explained arguments.
I cannot figure out why this book has not yet caused a huge scandal to erupt in this country. It is so clear that A1 milk is dangerous compared to A2 milk. I was deeply saddened to discover, upon finally asking, that the farmers who supply our raw milk have Holsteins. Now I'm considering driving an extra hour to a farm that has Jerseys (and tastier milk, interestingly). If only we could get A2 certified milk in the US!
This is absolutely a must-read for any milk drinker, and for anyone considering a casein-free diet.
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Initial post: May 13, 2014 9:49:33 AM PDT
A2 Milk is planning to launch in the US (as of May 13, 2014), see this article:
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 26, 2015 9:16:40 AM PST
Health Foodie says:
I recently began drinking raw milk from Jersey cows and felt sleepy, achy, tired, emotional, etc. and also gained 10 lbs in 2 weeks!
After discovering the A1-A2 connection, I found another dairy nearby that had converted his Dairy herd to be all A2/A2.
I have not felt sleepy or achy with the A2 milk. So, it is important to ask the farmer if he has had his cows tested and if he knows what type of milk he is supplying.
All this to say that even a mixture of A1 and A2 will have the same deleterious effect as drinking straight A1.
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