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I saw a commercial for this on the Cooking Channel.  I am gluten intolerant and a few years later I wasn't able to do dairy.  I tried the Lactose free milk and it didn't help.  I guess many people that can't do gluten can't do a protein in mild I think named Casine.  I guess this new milk uses a milk protein that doesn't include casine.  Has anyone tried it and had success?

 

 

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A2 milk has casein, but in a different form.  There is no gluten in milk, although many folks cannot easily digest either gluten or A1 milk.

 

https://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/03/a1-milk-a2-milk-america/

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Thank you for the article,  interesting,  I may try some the next time I make it to Whole foods.