Episode 1 - "Everybody's Right About Dairy"
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Friesian-Holsteins, which make up the bulk of UK and many US cattle, produce an average 50:50 A1 and A2 casein, with far more A1 than any other species. The A1/A2 genes are co-dominant, so a cow can have one of each and produce both types of casein. Jersey and Guernsey cattle produce mainly A2, so if you can get milk from them in England you remove some of that risk. It's not the whole answer to the puzzle, clearly, but certainly part of it!
Late in the podcast we talk about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), which is also know as cot death.
Future episodes will include an in-depth look at ketogenic and low-carbohydrate diets. We will also be covering strength training for health with Chet Morjaria from Strength Education. This will include information on why literally everybody can and will benefit from strength training, as well as tips on how to approach this as a complete beginner. Owen Raybould, who works with a number of mental health charities, will also be joining us to discuss nutrition and mental health, particularly depression.
If you have any requests for future topics or potential guests, just let us know in the comments below!
Disclaimer: Podcasts do not replace advice from your own qualified medical practitioner who will be familiar with your own individual health concerns.