I am on endo diet which I am excluding mainly gluten and dairy (and eating a lot of fish). I had my first Decapeptyl about 2 weeks ago and I think my flare up is nearly over with my period pain. Well the flare up was really horrendous but now I should get less pain soon.
I was looking at Ocado delivery website and found this milk. Someone commented that this milk helps less bloated. I just wondering if anyone tried it.
Product Description (from Ocado website)
Original milk protein
Pasteurised homogenised semi skimmed milk
The natural answer to A1 milk protein intolerance
a2™ Milk is a natural great tasting cows milk with all the goodness milk brings.
Cows milk contains different types of protein, one group of which are caseins - the main types of the beta-casein fraction are A2 and A1.
a2™ Milk does not contain the A1 protein as it comes from specially selected cows which naturally produce only A2 protein.
The structural difference between A2 and A1 proteins means they may digest differently.
People who experience symptoms of intolerance to milk may be reacting specifically to the A1 protein and not the lactose in milk or other milk proteins as is often assumed.
a2™ Milk is not a modified milk nor is it a dairy alternative but it is a cows milk naturally containing A2 protein and therefore the natural answer to A1 milk protein intolerance.
I am not sure what A1 means.
At the moment I am drinking Alpro soya light for milk alternative as it helps my PMS a lot. My GP told me that I shouldn't exclude dairy as I need extra calcium when I am on Decapeptyl. I thought I may be slowly re-introduce milk when my period pain finish (when my bloating finish) to see how it goes and I am wondering if this A2 milk would do any good to me.
If not I would just get ordinary milk or maybe organic one.