New North American Scientific Study suggests a2 Milk May Cause Fewer Symptoms of Lactose Intolerance

April 12, 2021 The a2 Milk Company™

A new clinical study conducted by Dr. Dennis Savaiano, Professor of Nutrition at Indiana’s Purdue University Meredith, indicates that some people who suffer stomach discomfort after drinking conventional milk may have significantly reduced symptoms if they consume milk that contains only the A2 beta casein protein type and is A1 protein free.

Growing Lactose Intolerant Population Boosts Sales Avenues in Plant-based Milk Market

February 22, 2021 Transparency Market Research

Plant-based milk can be manufactured using almonds, soy, oats, coconut, rice, cashew nuts, and hemp. This product is gaining immense impetus across the globe owing to high nutritional contents in it. Moving forward, growing trend of veganism is likely to generate high demand for plant-based products.

Lactose Intolerance Awareness Month

February 13, 2020 Kreider Farms

Lactose Intolerance affects more than 65% of the human population with more than 50 million people claiming some form of lactose intolerance in the United States. An intolerance to lactose is characterized by the inability to digest the lactose sugar which is found in milk and dairy products resulting in a range of stomach pains or discomfort.