A2 Milk Health Benefits

Natural and Nutritional - A2 Milk tastes delicious and is completely natural and nutritionally dense.
Growth and Nourishment - No.1 source for nutrition for nerve and brain development. Cerebrosides present in A2 milk increases brain power. Strontium of A2 milk enhances the body immunity and protects from harmful radiation.
Medicinal qualities - Indian cow’s (A2) milk can help in cancer, diabetes, obesity, PMS and migraine attacks, and it’s good for people of all ages. Evidence linking Foreign breed cow(A1) milk to ill-health conditions like type -1 diabetes, cardiovascular disease (IHD), autism, schizophrenia, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) auto-immune diseases, intolerances and allergies. - The Indian Express, July 11, 2015
Digestion – Naturally Easy to digest for infants, children and old people and does not cause bloating. Irritable bowel symptoms cured by A2 milks
Feeding - The next best thing for a baby, after mother's milk. All mammals (except Foreign breed cows) produce only A2 milk, including humans, which means A2 milk offers the closest benefits of ‘mother’s milk’. Indian Gir Cow’s milk has Colostrum which is found in Mother’s milk that’s high in protein and antibodies to help keep the baby healthy.
Omega 3 - High level of Omega 3 that cleans the cholesterol deposits of blood vessels.
Strength from Calcium - An excellent source of calcium for stronger bones and healthy teeth; helps maintain bone mass.
Protein - Helps in regeneration of broken muscles; it also serves a variety of important functions during pregnancy, including buildup of baby's tissues.

Riboflavin (B2) -
Helps to synthesize and convert food into energy.

Vitamin B12 -
Vital for a healthy count of red blood cells and for the nerve tissues.

Phosphorus -
Helps maintain salt balance and keeps muscles and bones healthy.

Seasonal allergic rhinitis (chronic cough, congestion, hay fever) is entirely related to A1 but not A2 milk.

A2 milk works best for people with physical symptoms – such as rashes, ear infections
The latest human study, published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition in June 2014, demonstrates a difference in digestion between A1 and A2 proteins. ‘DEVIL IN THE MILK: Illness, health, and the politics of A1 and A2 milk’ by Keith Woodford (Professor of Farm Management and Agribusiness at Lincoln University in New Zealand) gives evidence of how A1 cows’ milk is a link to solving many medical mysteries, from diabetes to autism.