Struggle with irritable bowel syndrome? Swapping THIS dietary staple could ease symptomsIBS affects 15% of the population - an estimated 10 million people in the UK. The condition causes cramping, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea and often an urgent need to go to the toilet.
What is wrong with dairy? The reasons behind lactose intoleranceA writer investigates the growing trend of avoiding cow’s milk
Which milk is best for you?There are many dairy-free alternatives made from a variety ingredients including almonds, coconut and soya - but how do they compare?
Reclaim Your WaistDon't give in to a widening waistline. Angela Dowden's exclusive diet is designed to blast belly fat - fast!
What’s wrong with milk from a cow?Last week a study was published that suggested that people who struggle with dairy may be intolerant not to the sugars in milk, but to a protein called A1
Thinking of cutting a food group? Read this first#nocarb #glutenfree #wheatfree #nodairy #ditchsugar. The hashtags are everywhere, but what does cutting out these foods really do to your health?
Raw, filtered, full-fat or organic: which milk is healthiest?From A2 and filtered to supermarket and organic, there’s a baffling range of the white stuff to choose from. So, what’s the difference between them?
New study suggests lactose intolerance could be a myth for manyThe extent of lactose intolerance could be a myth and the symptoms most likely the result of an inflammatory response to the A1 protein found in conventional cows’ milk, according to new clinical research conducted in China.
BBC Radio 4 discusses a2 Milk™ on You & YoursYou & Yours discusses new research showing the A1 protein found in regular milk may trigger symptoms of lactose intolerance in many.
Sky News RadioNew research suggesting that people with lactose intolerance symptoms may be able to drink a2 Milk.
The Naked ScientistsA piece on our history of milk drinking and an interview with consultant Dr Anton Emmanuel.
Do you think you're dairy intolerant? It could be a mythA new study can be a game changer if milk makes you ill
Could a protein found in cows' milk be reason why millions believe they can't eat dairy?A PROTEIN found in cows' milk could be the real reason that millions of Britons believe they are unable to eat or drink dairy products, say scientists.
Is milk bad for you? We investigate the alternatives.a2 Milk™ looks and tastes the same as normal milk (whatever that is these days), but is easier to digest as it doesn't contain the A1 proteins which can cause gut discomfort in some people.
Dairy Farm Aims to 'Bring People Back to Real Milk'The company says it's the A1 protein contained in conventional milk that's behind many milk-related digestion issues.
It's become a bit of a thinga2 Milk - for people who don't get on with regular milk, it's 100% cows' milk without the protein that causes digestive issues.
It's cows' milk - but not as you know it!75% of people who struggle to digest dairy products may have a milk protein, rather than lactose, intolerance. A2 cows' milk , which contains A2 protein, not the more common A1, can be a life-changer.
How One Dairy Stock Became a Cash CowMillions of Australians are ditching organic milk in favour of the best selling premium milk: a2 Milk.
Should we be giving up cows’ milk?'If you think milk protein is the issue, you could try a2 Milk, a dairy revolution which started in Australia’.
Looking for the White Stuff'Less than 5% of the British population is lactose intolerant. More common is an intolerance to the A1 beta-casein protein found in cow’s milk, which causes similar symptoms to lactose intolerance’.
The milk that won't churn your stomachONE in five of us thinks we can’t digest cow’s milk. Now a new study shows that a protein could be the cause.
Cows' milk for the lactose intolerant: The turning pintMillions of people who believe they are lactose intolerant could return to cows' milk, according to research into a more gut-friendly version. Kate Hilpern investigates
a2 Milk Brand Could Help Drive Dairy DemandAccording to a2 research, ‘fake’ milks such as almond, soya and rice are booming, while dairy milk consumption has declined 30 per cent over the last 30 years.
Health: How to beat the bloatOne in five people report suffering from symptoms of cow’s milk intolerance, such as bloating, constipation and abdominal pain.
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