As many of you know I have M.E and with that brings symptoms of IBS unfortunately. This can be a real pain as I am a total latte addict and literally cannot walk past a Costa without buying my favourite vanilla latte as a treat. But as you can imagine this occasionally has unpleasant consequences ( I’m sure no more detail is needed!).
So when I was approached to try this new A2 milk I thought I might as well give it a go. Now apparently this milk haven’t got a certain protein in it that would appear in normal milk that can have a nasty affect on your digestive system. I found out that they dell it in my local Tesco store which although I don’t normally shop there I thought I would take a trip and check out this milk.
First of all I took a note of the price and a 4 pint bottle is priced at £1.99 so it’s a little more expensive than normal milk. I was lucky enough to have been sent vouchers for enough for a 2 week supply as they were trying to get people to switch for a 2 week period to see if they could feel the difference.
This meant I could have my porridge in the mornings and my homemade latte’s during the day ( a total weakness of mine!).
In all honesty at first I didn’t really notice a drastic change at all. However, when I then bought a latte outside that’s when I really noticed the difference. I found that when I bought a latte outside my digestive system was not happy at all and would let me know about it within about 30 minutes! Thankfully I only get moderate symptoms on a regular basis although some days are MUCH worse than others, so can imagine this milk making a huge difference to those who really cannot tolerate normal milk.
This is where you then look at the price of the product and say it is worth paying that little bit extra, and anyone who suffers digestive problems I’m sure will agree they would try anything to ease the symptoms.
So why not check out the 2 week challenge yourself?