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A2 Milk Research Reports

A2 Milk Research Reports

A2 milk refers to a wide range of cows' milk that is generally free from a form of ?-casein proteins named A1. Instead of this, the product is known for containing the A2 form of ?-casein proteins. M2 milk was introduced to the market by company named The A2 Milk Company. The product is widely available in various countries across the globe such as New Zealand, Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and China.

A2 ?-casein is also found in non-cow milk such as the milk of sheep, humans, donkeys, goats, camels, yaks, buffalo, and others animals. Thus, the milk of all these animals is also termed as "A2 milk." According to The a2 Milk Company, the milk containing A1 proteins is not safe for use. This aside, several companies engaged in the production of goat's milk products are of the same opinion. However, according to a 2009 European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) review, there was not significant evidence for the claim that the bioactive peptides from the milk with both A1 and A2 proteins show any adverse effect on the health. The A2 Milk Company has developed a genetic test that can find out if a cow produces A1 or A2 type protein in their milk.

Over the period of past few years, there is significant growth in awareness regarding the importance of healthy eating habits. As a result, the demand for diverse functional beverages with ability to offer digestive benefits is increasing immensely. This is one of the key factors creating prodigious sales opportunities for the companies working in the production of M2 milk. This aside, a remarkable shift of major worldwide population toward increasing spending on healthy food products to achieve strong immunity is likely to grow demand for M2 milk in the forthcoming years.

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