This post is published in partnership with a2 Milk™ [https://a2milk.co.uk/a2tonishing/], who sponsored this post. All editorial is my own and the research accompanying is independent research supplied by a2 Milk. Plus, a detailed photo aided recipe on making that gorgeous Indian fresh cheese, paneer.
There is very good news for those of you who suffer dairy intolerance. There is a new cows’ milk on the market that might be more easily digested by those with digestive issues after drinking cows’ milk.
Let’s talk about food intolerance
Food intolerance is a complex issue that is very misunderstood. Food intolerance is common, and while it is separate to the very serious issue of food allergy, it can be demanding and exhausting. Food intolerance can lead to poor digestive health and nutrition, with adverse debilitating reactions like diarrhoea, bloating and skin problems. It is important to identify these dietary issues should you have them and make your digestive health and your life better in the process.
1 in 5 people in the UK believe that they are lactose intolerant or have issues digesting dairy. I am a biologist by training (a physiologist) and as part of my degree I also studied nutrition and toxicology, so my first instinct when it comes to illness, food and diet is to research and learn. I like to understand and see what I can do to adapt, change or accept. What I discovered is that there are several ways you can react to milk and this determines whether you can or should eat and drink dairy products.