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    Hi there. I'm curious to know if anyone finds this milk better for their kids.

    DS has asthma and someone mentioned this milk might be better for him. It's quite expensive so I'd love to hear your thoughts/experience on the subject.

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    My hubby has an intolerance to regular milk, it's a natural laxative.

    Turns out it must be the protein and not the lactose and he finds he can drink a glass of A2 milk without any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giggle berry View Post
    My hubby has an intolerance to regular milk, it's a natural laxative.

    Turns out it must be the protein and not the lactose and he finds he can drink a glass of A2 milk without any issues.
    How interesting. My DS gets constipated a lot, I wonder if it'll help that too? Might be worth the $4.50!!

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    My DD has never been able to stomach cows milk (cow protein intolerance) so she's a goat milk girl from infant, but for some reason after I think Elijahs mum mentioned A2 ages ago I tried it and DD can drink it without any problems. I don't buy it all the time as DD loves her goat but I do for a change sometimes.

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    My daughter screams for at least an hour if she has a cup of regular cows milk before bed, but has no issues with A2.

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    My niece as a young child used to get lots of sore tummy etc from regular milk but apparently not from A2 milk.
    Not related to asthma though. She's grown out of it now as a teen.

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    My toddler drinks A2 after hearing it's helped other kids.


 

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