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Further Reading

Related articles and further reading related to Snowville, A2, and Grass-Grazing 

Articles about Snowville


Articles about Grass-Grazing

Articles about A2

Recent Published Research on Human Health & the A1/A2 Difference Collections of recently published scientific research regarding beta-casein and links between A1 and several non-communicable diseases.


Research Article on A1 and Milk Intolerance Recent research article about the possible link between A1 milk protein and milk intolerance.


Keith Woolford A2 Blog Blog by the Author of "Devil in the Milk"

Articles about the Fat in Dairy Products

Dietary Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Mortality in the Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial (MRFIT)


Conjugated Linoleic Acid Content of Milk from Cows Fed Different Diets.

Dietary Intake and Cell Membrane Levels of Long-Chain n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and the Risk of Primary Cardiac Arrest.

Inverse Association between Dietary and Serum Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Risk of Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women.

"What if It's All Been a Big Fat Lie?" 
by Gary Taubes, 2002. Published in the New York Times. An article discussing the health benefits of low-carb higher-fat diets and debunking the "low-fat-is-good-health" health message.

"Dairy Fat Found to PREVENT Artery Clogging?" an article by personal trainer and nutrition specialist Mike Geary about the numerous health benefits of the fat from grass-fed dairy.

"Whole Milk or Skim? Study Links Fattier Milk To Slimmer Kids." by Allison Aubrey of NPR, 2013. A discussion of a recently published scientific study linking consumption of full-fat milk to decreased childhood obesity compared to reduced fat milk or fat-free milk.

“The Questionable Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease” by Nina Teicholz, May 2, 2014, Published in The Wall Street Journal. Ms. Teicholz has been researching dietary fat and disease for nearly a decade. In this article, she takes on the “bad science, politics and bias” that have led diet-conscious Americans to follow the belief that the saturated fats in butter, cheese, and red meats should be avoided.


"The Full-Fat Paradox: Dairy Fat Linked to Lower Diabetes Risk“ by Allison Aubrey of NPR. 2016, A revisit of this subject by Ms. Aubrey, with a new angle. A recently published study in the journal Circulation suggests that those consuming whole milk have a lower incidence of diabetes than those consuming reduced-fat or fat-free milk.

Articles about Glyphosphate

MIT Study on Glyphosate 

Glyphosate Toxic to Dairy Cows is an abstract of the longer study on Field Investigations of Glyphosate in Danish Dairy Cows

Organic Crops Contaminated With Glyphosate 

New findings show that organic crops could be contaminated with glyphosate.

Glyphosate Kills Microbiomes

Glyphosate in Breast Milk

Moms across America publishes the results of a long term experiment they did to determine the levels of glyphosate in a mothers breast milk as well as urine.  ​

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