Consumption of A1 Milk

Dr Keith Woodford at a cow shed on a Canterbury dairy farm, evidence linking consumption of A1 milk – which is most of the milk produced in NZ and other developed countries – to higher risks of heart disease, diabetes and other health problems. A2 milk, it seems, has a much lower risk. Picture: Martin Hunter-Story Tim Hunter

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