Resource downloads

Beta-casein science resources, product information fact sheets and patient friendly handouts

A Health Professional’s Guide to a2 Milk™

This guide for healthcare professionals explains what a2 Milk™ is, the benefits of a2 Milk™ along with the history and science and a practical guide on how to introduce a2 Milk™.

My Samples order guide

Follow this guide to request product samples for healthcare professionals.

Homemade yoghurt recipe

Make your own yoghurt at home using a2 Milk™. (patient friendly resource)

Nutrition for mothers™

Product information for Nutrition for mothers™ including common FAQs and nutrition information. (patient friendly resource)

A 2019 trial reports replacing conventional milk with milk containing only A2 beta-casein reduced gastrointestinal symptoms associated with milk intolerance in certain children

This is an infographic providing an overview of a trial in 75 Chinese children aged 5-6 years with mild to moderate milk intolerance.

Kids snack comparison

Do you struggle with picky eaters – in your practice or at home? We’ve put together this snacking guide for kids that may need extra energy and nutrients, on top of their general healthy diet. Download the snacking guide for some high protein, high energy ideas. (patient friendly resource)

a2 Smart Nutrition™

Product information for a2 Smart Nutrition™  including common FAQs and nutrition information. (patient friendly resource)

Milk Myths Fact Sheet

Digestive discomfort, perceived lactose intolerance and myths surrounding milk may mean your clients unnecessarily remove this important food altogether and consequently, miss out on key nutrients. Download the Milk Myths factsheet for information on helping clients with milk intolerance.

A 2017 study reports milk-related gastrointestinal symptoms may result from ingestion of A1 beta-casein rather than lactose in some individuals

This is an infographic providing an overview of a trial in 600 Chinese subjects with self-reported lactose intolerance.

A 2016 trial reports consumption of A1 beta-casein protein as a potential cause of post-dairy digestive discomfort

This is an infographic showing effects of milk containing only A2 beta-casein versus milk containing both A1 and A2 beta-casein proteins on gastrointestinal physiology, symptoms of discomfort, and cognitive behavior of people with self-reported intolerance to traditional cows’ milk.

Cows’ milk A1 and A2 beta-casein type protein digestion infographic

An infographic providing an overview of the A1 and A2 beta-casein protein variants. The graphic displays how upon consumption of regular milk which contains A1 beta-casein protein, BCM-7 is released resulting in gastrointestinal differences.

Recipes for Toddlers

Tiny Tummies is a practical recipe booklet with a pictorial interpretation of the dietary guidelines for toddlers and many evidence-based tips for expanding a toddler’s diet.

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*A1 and A2 proteins refer to A1 and A2 beta-casein protein types

a2 Milk™ is a trade mark of, and brand of A1 protein-free milk from, The a2 Milk Company Limited

An association between consumption of 3 serves of dairy foods containing A1 beta-casein and digestive discomfort, in some individuals, has been established by a process of systematic review. The NHMRC recommends a healthy diet including up to 4 serves of dairy foods/day.