I laughed. You’re definitely not more skeptical about food than I am.
My search for what’s unhealthy in my food wasn’t done online, but in doctor’s offices through diagnoses, and trial and error eating and drinking to see what makes me sick and what relieves debilitating suffering.
When I found what improved my health and reduced pain, I began to share it.
I found narratives online just to share what improved my health and the quality of my life.
I’d never seen the health.com site until yesterday when I googled A1 A2 for a copy and paste explanation.
A1milk causes me severe abdominal pain and bloating and additional debilitating conditions. A2 doesn’t. Cheese from cows does; goat cheese doesn’t. For women of a certain age, the ability to get calcium is pretty important.
I wanted other women who have adverse reactions to milk to know there is a possible solution.
If I can’t get A2, I have to go without.
These are facts.
If you don’t believe the reasoning behind why A2 is ok for a lot of people and A1 is not, of course, that’s your prerogative, but I interact with a multitude of people who have identical sensitivities and cannot drink A1 milk.
I guess that’s fuller disclosure of my experience. No argument intended.