My children could not have a breakfast without milk, period! Each one of them drinks an average of 1 pint a day (2 glasses) whether alone, or with cereal or with porridge ; yep it’s part of their balanced diet for protein and calcium source to grow up . Using a2 Milk which comes from selected type of cows, that naturally produce a gentle A2 Protein, (which is kind to sensitive tummies and is easy to digest), has become a prime choice for me when preparing milk based food or breakfast for guests, just to make sure that they do not only enjoy it (it tastes the same as regular milk) but also knowing that it is gentle to digest. I want to make sure we all avoid having #TummyTroubles because of an experience I have had personally with my family when I have changed my milk supply from another shop for one day.
I am not sure if it is a coincidence or not, I had to get some milk from a different shop than our regular one, and all of us at home happened to have had milk on that evening and in the next morning, we all woke up with a troubled tummy. At the same time, I received the a2 Milk and read about its benefits; but before trying it, I wanted to make sure that it is milk related issue. So, myself and my husband had the new milk from the new shop (still 7 days to expire and had no bad smell), and my kids had the a2 Milk. Surprisingly, the kids were fine, but we were not! :( So, my guess is that the new milk contained the A1 protein and was hard on the stomach.
Is a switch in milk the answer to children’s tummy troubles? who knew that there were different types of cow's milk? Wow!
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