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What is the difference between A2 and regular cows’ milk? Is A2 cows’ milk better for my health?

There are two types of beta-casein protein: A1 and A2 which are similar except for one single amino acid out of the 207 amino acids in their structure. Regular cows’ milk contains both A1 and A2 beta-casein proteins whilst A2 cows’ milk is derived through a patented method from cows that express only A2 beta-casein protein. There is no conclusive evidence to date that A2 cows’ milk is better for health than regular cows’ milk. Both types of milk provide an important source of calcium! The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommends the consumption of low fat milk for those >2 years old and full fat milk for those between 1-2 years old. Happy drinking :) Source: https://dietitiansaustralia.org.a

Sick of endless wars with your unhealthy lifestyle behaviours?

Naturally humans want to be good. We want to feel good and be healthy. Firstly, let’s learn our ABCs… no it’s not the alphabet but a theoretical approach on how our behaviours are formed: A (antecedent) --> B (behaviour) --> C (consequence) Previously I wrote a post on managing our personal environment, As such as healthy/unhealthy food cues that lead to healthy/unhealthy eating Bs. We could also work on controlling the Cs to enhance our perseverance of healthy Bs. ‘Consequence’ has a negative connotation, however, we can use it in the context of a reward. Simply reward yourself in the right way i.e a positive C immediately after you perform a healthy lifestyle B to increase the likelihood t

What is the difference between A2 and regular cows’ milk? Is A2 cows’ milk better for my health?

There are two types of beta-casein protein: A1 and A2 which are similar except for one single amino acid out of the 207 amino acids in their structure. Regular cows’ milk contains both A1 and A2 beta-casein proteins whilst A2 cows’ milk is derived through a patented method from cows that express only A2 beta-casein protein. There is no conclusive evidence to date that A2 cows’ milk is better for health than regular cows’ milk. Both types of milk provide an important source of calcium! The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommends the consumption of low fat milk for those >2 years old and full fat milk for those between 1-2 years old. Happy drinking :) Source: https://dietitiansaustralia.org.a

Sick of endless wars with your unhealthy lifestyle behaviours?

Naturally humans want to be good. We want to feel good and be healthy. Firstly, let’s learn our ABCs… no it’s not the alphabet but a theoretical approach on how our behaviours are formed: A (antecedent) --> B (behaviour) --> C (consequence) Previously I wrote a post on managing our personal environment, As such as healthy/unhealthy food cues that lead to healthy/unhealthy eating Bs. We could also work on controlling the Cs to enhance our perseverance of healthy Bs. ‘Consequence’ has a negative connotation, however, we can use it in the context of a reward. Simply reward yourself in the right way i.e a positive C immediately after you perform a healthy lifestyle B to increase the likelihood t

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