The Ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians considered milk as ‘Food from the Gods’ due to its nourishing properties.
And even though today, milk is revered for its life-giving benefits, consumerism has made us more selective of the kind of milk one adds to their daily diet. Milk is divided based on fat content, source, type of fodder for the cows and also based on the proteins in the milk.
While regular milk contains both A1 and A2 forms of casein proteins, milk that has a higher concentration of A2 proteins is called A2 cow milk.
However, the amount of A1 or A2 protein has no physical manifestations in the milk and can only be tested in a laboratory.
While there is no concrete evidence to prove that either one of these types of milk is better than the other, it is important to check the source of your milk to ensure that it is free from antibiotics, synthetic hormones or chemical-residues. Akshayakalpa Organic A2 milk from free-roaming Amruth Mahal and Hallikar cows feeding on organic fodder is full of natural nutrition and free from any harmful additives – making it a safe and pure addition to your family’s diet.