Quinn on Nutrition: What is A2 milk?

A research team, led by archaeologists at the University of York, have identified a milk protein called beta lactoglobulin (BLG) entombed in the mineralised dental plaque of seven individuals who lived in the Neolithic period around 6,000 years-ago.

Quinn on Nutrition: What is A2 milk?

At a recent nutrition seminar, my friend, Kristin (another registered dietitian) and I were intrigued to hear an update about a new product on the market called A2 milk.

Tue 17 Sep 19 from Medical Xpress

Earliest direct evidence of milk consumption

Scientists discover the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption by humans.

Tue 10 Sep 19 from BBC News

Researchers find earliest evidence of milk consumption

Researchers have found the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption anywhere in the world in the teeth of prehistoric British farmers.

Tue 10 Sep 19 from Phys.org

Researchers find earliest evidence of milk consumption, Tue 10 Sep 19 from Newswise

Researchers find earliest evidence of milk consumption, Tue 10 Sep 19 from Eurekalert

Earliest evidence of milk consumption comes from Stone Age Britain

I don't know how I could live without cheese.

Wed 11 Sep 19 from ZME Science

Researchers find the world's earliest evidence of milk consumption in prehistoric British farmers

The remains tested come from three different Neolithic sites - Hambledon Hill and Hazleton North in the south of England, and Banbury Lane in the East Midlands.

Tue 10 Sep 19 from Daily Mail

Teeth of British farmers show earliest direct evidence of milk consumption

Scientists have found beta lactoglobulin, milk protein, trapped in the dental plaque on 6,000-year-old teeth of prehistoric British farmers -- the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption.

Wed 11 Sep 19 from UPI

Earliest evidence of milk consumption found in teeth of prehistoric British farmers

Archaeologists have identified a milk protein called beta lactoglobulin (BLG) entombed in the mineralized dental plaque of seven individuals who lived in the Neolithic period around 6,000 years-ago. ...

Tue 10 Sep 19 from ScienceDaily

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