​​What is the difference between A1 and A2 milk?

In the proteins found in milk, a protein called beta-casein makes up 30%. Beta-casein is of two kinds : A-1 Beta-casein and A2 Beta-casein.
Regular milk mostly contains A-1 protein which may cause uneasiness and according to some studies, can increase the risk to many diseases.
A-2 protein milk is gentle on sensitive tummies and less likely to trigger symptoms associated with milk intolerance. A-2 protein is similar in structure to human milk which is why it’s naturally more digestible than A-1 milk. Research shows that A-1 protein milk causes many digestive issues. Moreover, A-2 milk is high in Omega 3 & 6, Vitamins, Calcium, Minerals, Iodine, Magnesium, antioxidant Beta-Carotene and many more.
A-2 milk has shown to have medicinal benefits. It is particularly essential during pregnancy and childhood. Research shows that milk from special breed cows with a different kind of protein called A-2 is not only nutritious but also easier to digest.
A-2 milk originates from cow’s milk and is healthy for all age groups and contributes in a high protein diet providing you cow milk nutrition.