Probiotics are live bacteria which have frequently been reported to be beneficial in preventing a wide range of diseases as well as playing a major role in treating the existing ailments. Our yogurt contains four live cultures.
But with all that is written about probiotics I wanted to look at which was better the pill/tablet probiotic or taking foods with have naturally probiotics?
You meet people who say, I am on a dairy free diet but can take sheep's milk cheese or goats milk cheese. But aren't they dairy products too?
Yes both sheep's milk and goat milk products are also dairy but a different type of dairy
A1 milk has A1 type of protein (casein) and A2 milk has A2 type of protein (casein). This is important because the way the milk is broken down and metabolised in the system is different.
Which mammals produce A1 or A2 or a combination of both depends on the genetics of the particular breed. Humans, sheep, goats and buffalo produce A2 milk, for example. Cattle produce A1 or A2, depending on their genetic makeup. Milk from many of the common breeds of dairy cattle is a mixture of A1 and A2 proteins.
I have been doing a lot of research on how to get the word out about the fact that you can now buy our sheep’s milk yogurt on line, I’ve come across some cool tools that tell you what questions people have been searching for online around sheep’s milk so I am going to answer some of them here.
Is sheep’s milk lactose free ? / Does sheep milk have lactose ?/ Sheep’s Milk and Lactose Intolerance