So far, I’ve been very lucky in that I don’t have any allergies apart from a mild intolerance to latex that brings out eczema on my hands, my 7 year old has a similar problem, but with citrus fruits and so far my girls are allergy/intolerance free. However that’s not always been the case.
My middle daughter suffered a serious bout of food poisoning when she was just 6 months old. She couldn’t keep any food down for 10 days, lost a huge amount of weight and was left temporarily lactose intolerant, luckily now she doesn’t have any problems with regular milk.
A2 milk won’t help if you’re lactose intolerant, but it will if you have a milk intolerance. A1 is a protein in milk that can exacerbate skin conditions, make mucus stickier and other side effects such as bloating and indigestion. A2 milk contains only A2 protein not the more troublesome A1 protein.
I’m definitely going to try A2 milk as I often find milk makes me a bit sleepy and sometimes seems to cause a re-occurance of IBS, so I wonder if A2 would help me, after all feeling sleepy at the start of the day isn’t very helpful. I’ll let you know how I get on.
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