Featured 17 Jan Gir Cow A2 Milk – The Desi Delight!

Gir Cow A2 Milk – The Desi Delight!

90% people in India also in world consume A1 milk or Mixture A1 & A2 milk.
It is time to switch to Gir Cow A2 Milk!

Milk and Milk Protein

Milk is a good source of protein. A glass of Milk, which is around 8-ounce (oz) contains 8 grams (g) of protein. This protein can be of two kinds - casein and whey.

Casein accounts for about 80 percent of the protein in milk. There are different types of casein, one of which is called beta-casein.

Beta-casein makes up about 30 percent of the protein in cow’s milk and A1 and A2 are two variants of beta-casein.

Historically, Milk had only A2 kind of Protein

Historically, cows produced milk that contained only the A2 form of beta-casein. However, today, most of the milk available from the local grocery store contains mostly A1 proteins.

A1 can cause stomach discomfort.

When A1 protein is digested in the small intestine, it produces a peptide called beta-casomorphin-7 (BCM-7). The intestines absorb BCM-7, and it then passes into the blood. BCM-7 has been proved to cause stomach discomfort and symptoms similar to those experienced by people with lactose intolerance.

A2 Milk is more natural and easy to digest

The structure of A2 protein on the other hand is more comparable to human breast milk or; the milk of goats, sheep, and buffalo.

Gir Cows produce highly Nutritious A2 Milk

Desi Indian Gir Cows are globally known for their highly nutritious A2 milk. A2 milk consist of the best combination of Omega fats and has been proved to be good for human health.

A glass of Gir Cow A2 Milk can be compared to an energy drink!  This is because of the several health benefits! It helps release instant energy and increases metabolism. , Perfect to beat that morning fatigue and freshen you up for the day!  

Nutritional contents - Gir Cow A2 milk:

Gir Cow A2 milk is highly nutritious and has the following to name a few:
•    6 types of vitamins,
•    8 types of protein,
•    25 types of minerals,
•    21 types of amino acids,
•    4 types of basic phosphorus,
•    2 types of glucose and cerebrosides,
•    Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids
•    Beta-carotene with golden abstracts.