What is Casein?
Cow milk contains two types of protein – A1 and A2 beta-casein. A1 beta-casein has been found to cause allergies in some cases. If your child shows allergy symptoms after consuming cow milk, it could be the A1 protein molecule that they’re reacting to.
The good news is, goat milk is pure A2 goat protein. It’s not only naturally easier to digest and less likely to cause inflammation, but the protein molecules themselves are smaller – kind of similar to breast milk. So, not only is goat milk easily tolerated even by those who are allergic to cow milk, it’s digested and absorbed faster, ready to get to work building, healing and growing your little one.