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Food: Milks Test Kit

Includes lactose-free cows’ milk, A2 cow's milk, sheep’s milk, buffalo milk, as well as almond, rice, soya and oat milks.
18 vials.

Food: Milks Test Kit

Ref: 8076

£21.80

 

All prices exclusive of VAT

boy drinking milk

  • Detailed Description

    This kit is NOT for home use.

     Includes lactose-free cows’ milk, A2 cow's milk, sheep’s milk, buffalo milk, as well as almond, rice, soya and oat milks. 18 vials in a kinesiology allergy testing kit.

    MK 01 Milk, Almond
    Also contains agave syrup, corn maltodextrin.

    MK 02 Milk, Buffalo

    MK 03 Milk, Coconut
    Also contains grape juice concentrate, calcium phosphate, Sucrose ester, sea salt, natural carotene, vitamins (D2 and B12)

    MK 04 Milk, Cow

    MK 05 Milk, Cow, Organic

    MK 06 Milk, Cow, A2

    MK 07 Milk, Cow, Lactose-Free

    MK 08 Milk, Cow, Unpasteurised/Raw

    MK 09 Milk, Goat

    MK 10 Milk, Hazelnut
    Also contains agave syrup, corn maltodextrin, sugar, tri-calcium phosphate, sea salt, locust bean gum, gellan gum, sunflower lecithin, vitamins (B2, B12, E, D2).

    MK 11 Milk, Hemp
    Also contains fruit extract from apple, calcium from seaweed, emulsifier, sucrose ester, sea salt, vitamin D2.

    MK 12 Milk, Kamut
    Also contains sunflower oil, safflower oil, sea salt.

    MK 13 Milk, Oat
    Also contains canola/rapeseed oil, salt, sea salt, vitamins (D2, riboflavin, folic acid and B12), calcium.

    MK 14 Milk, Quinoa
    Also contains agave syrup, corn maltodextrin.

    MK 15 Milk, Rice
    Also contains sunflower oil, safflower oil, sea salt, calcium phosphate,vitamins (D2 and B12).

    MK 16 Milk, Sesame
    Also contains agave syrup, corn maltodextrin, sunflower oil.

    MK 17 Milk, Sheep

    MK 18 Milk, Soya
    Also contains sugar, tricalcium phosphate, maltodextrin, sea salt, gellan gum, vitamins (B2, B12, D, E), potassium iodide.

  • Comments

    This kit contains milk and milk substitutes.


    Many people have problems with regular cow’s milk. Some of these may be able to tolerate one of the three alternative cow’s milks:

    • Unpasteurised milk/raw milk
    • Organic cow’s milk
    • Lactose-free milk
    • A2 milk (not available in some countries); most cows now produce A1 protein in their milk. Historically it was A2 protein that was more common


    Many of the milk substitutes are made by several different manufacturers and may contain different additional ingredients.


    So testing a milk substitute vial can only act as a guide to suitability because:

    • A milk vial may test as suitable, but be unsuitable from a specific manufacturer because of additional ingredients (e.g. emulsifiers, sweeteners, etc.)

    Or

    • A milk vial may test as unsuitable, but this is because of additional ingredients included by some manufacturer.

    It may be wise to do some general testing using this test kit and then ask your client to bring in a specific brand for testing.

  • Why Buy This Kit?

    Sadly many people who are allergic to cow's milk, are also sensitive to other milks. This can be an immediate reaction or come on over a period of time as the substitute is consumed.

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