Why A2 milk protein is important for your child


AS we’re all aware, milk not only provides a good package of nutrients that children need while growing up, but is also a great way to get filling protein, which is important to maintain the immune system and muscles, while helping build, maintain and repair cells.

But do you know what’s in the milk you drink?

Today, most regular cow’s milk contains a combination of two main milk proteins known as the A1 and A2 milk proteins.

Back in the day, however, it’s a different story, because over 5,000 years ago, cows naturally produced only A2 milk protein, defined as the original, complete source of protein containing natural carbohydrates for energy.

But many would have never heard of A2 milk protein or have never known the benefits of this particular protein. In fact, A2 milk protein has become an extremely precious source - only 30% of cows worldwide are pure A2 cow breeds that produce pure A2 milk protein.

That’s because a natural genetic mutation occurred somewhere along the way and most of our milk-producing friends started producing A1 milk protein as well.

What are the differences between A1 & A2 milk protein?

In a nutshell, the difference appears to boil down to digestion. A1 and A2 milk proteins only differ in structure by one amino acid, but that tiny variance may have a big impact on the way the protein is digested.

Emerging evidence from studies in preschool children and adults suggest that milk with A2 milk protein is less likely to be associated with digestive discomfort - think a heavy or full stomach, bloating, abdominal pain and flatulence - after milk consumption1.

Research shows that A2 milk containing only A2 milk protein is less associated with digestive discomfort1

Making an informed choice

Parents always want the best for their children and choosing the type of formula milk they drink is a big deal.

For parents looking for natural children’s milk formula and some children may be sensitive to regular milk with A1 & A2 milk protein, Enfagrow A+ has formulated the new Enfagrow AII MindPro. Enfagrow AII MindPro is Malaysia's 1st and only2,3 children formula milk with the original, all-natural A2 milk protein that is sourced from New Zealand that fulfils the needs of a growing child while it is naturally easy for your child’s tummy to digest. The A2 milk protein is naturally obtained from rare New Zealand A2 cows that are selectively sourced from handpicked, DNA-tested cows with authentic A2 breeds. These healthy, free-range cows graze on lush pastures amidst the fresh air beneath the Southern Alps3 of New Zealand.

Additionally, Enfagrow AII MindPro is the brain child of Enfagrow A+, the leading brand recommended by experts in Malaysia. This revolutionary A2 protein growing up milk also contains both milk fat globule membrane (MFGM), a global expert recommended level of DHA4 to help support a child’s brain development with no added sugar5.

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Understanding that changing your child’s formula milk can be a bit daunting, Enfagrow AII MindPro is offering a 14-day money back guarantee# with your purchase of Enfagrow AII MindPro. Let your child try the goodness of Enfagrow AII MindPro today.

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* Refer to A2 Beta Casein Protein from A2 skim milk

# T&C applied

1. Brooke-Taylor S, Dwyer K, Woodford K, Kost N. Systematic Review of the Gastrointestinal Effects of A1 Compared with A2 -Casein. Adv Nutr, 2017 Sep 15;8(5):739-748.

2. Compared to all key growing up milk brands in Malaysia as of Mar’2021.

3. More than 90% of A2 milk sourced from New Zealand.

4. FAO/WHO recommends daily dietary DHA intake of 10-12mg/kg body weight for children 12-24 months or 100-150mg DHA+EPA for children 2-4 years old. Reference: FAO 2010. Fats and fatty acids in human nutrition. Report of an expert consultation. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper no.91. FAO; Rome

5. Sugar refers to sucrose based on Regulation 118 under Malaysia Food Regulation 1985

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