Arla Lactofree Milk 1L (Whole/Semi skimmed/ Fresh skimmed) £1.00 @ Asda. Online and Instore - HotUKDeals
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Arla Lactofree Milk 1L (Whole/Semi skimmed/ Fresh skimmed) £1.00 @ Asda. Online and Instore

£1.00 @ Asda
Went to Asda yesterday and saw the price drop. Sadly, all semi skimmed was gone. grrrrrr so got a skimmed one. Posted last month when it was £1 in Morrisons. More information here. click me Read More
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
Went to Asda yesterday and saw the price drop. Sadly, all semi skimmed was gone. grrrrrr so got a skimmed one.

Posted last month when it was £1 in Morrisons. More information
here. click me
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
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https://s26.postimg.org/6nohbslp5/arla1.jpg
6 Likes #2
Good find op, ( even the cow looks surprised ) heat added :)
1 Like #3
sradmad
Good find op, ( even the cow looks surprised ) heat added :)
lol. I see that everyday and didn't notice that 8) Thanks
7 Likes #4
Thanks shab, you can't beat fresh milk :D

http://i.imgur.com/FKFn4QV.gif
7 Likes #5
Yeeey heat added shabs, might have to remove the wig it's that hot...

http://gifsec.com/wp-content/uploads/GIF/2014/07/Funny-GIF-Cow-with-long-hair.gif?gs=a

X)
#6
maccy1
Yeeey heat added shabs, might have to remove the wig it's that hot...http://gifsec.com/wp-content/uploads/GIF/2014/07/Funny-GIF-Cow-with-long-hair.gif?gs=aX)
Thanks Maccy 8)
1 Like #7
937666
Thanks shab, you can't beat fresh milk :D

http://i.imgur.com/FKFn4QV.gif
lol 8) No you can't
2 Likes #8
Most people who think they are lactose intolerant are actually intolerant of the A1 caesin mutant protein peptides in modern Holsteins. Try Graham's gold top as Jersey herds don't have this.

Edited By: snapdragon on Feb 19, 2017 21:55: funfzeig
#9
snapdragon
Most people who think they are lactose intolerant are actually intolerant of the A1 caesin mutant protein peptides in modern Holsteins. Try Graham's gold top as Jersey herds don't have this.
Thanks will look into this. 8)
2 Likes #10
loverly shabs :)
http://iruntheinternet.com/lulzdump/images/girl-mixing-breakfast-mouth-pouring-milk-into-mouth-chokes-13996600714.gif?id=
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themachman
loverly shabs :)http://iruntheinternet.com/lulzdump/images/girl-mixing-breakfast-mouth-pouring-milk-into-mouth-chokes-13996600714.gif?id=
lol themachman 8)
1 Like #12
Newly and unexpectedly diagnosed. In my 40s. Already have an IBD. Turned up in 23andme that I was probably lactose intolerant, only found out for certain last week when I had the hydrogen breath test (egads, wasn't expecting what started happening half hour after the test finished until late that night.... through the eye of a needle is not an adequate description.... eeek!) If you've got other tummy problems that disguise the symptoms it's easy not to realise. Coincidentally we'd already moved to soya milk a couple of years ago (partly because hippy lezzy special snowflake type but mainly because tastes better.)
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PS Turns out I'm 99.8% very boringly pure European ancestry, the genetic population with the highest adult lactase persistence (97%) yet somehow had to be in the 3% that don't have it. FFS!
1 Like #14
snapdragon
Most people who think they are lactose intolerant are actually intolerant of the A1 caesin mutant protein peptides in modern Holsteins. Try Graham's gold top as Jersey herds don't have this.

Singing...

A1 caesin mutant proteins,
A1 caesin mutant proteins,
A1 caesin mutant proteins,
Allergy in a caesin, protein power! 8)

(Sorry. I'm even far too old to really know that too.)
1 Like #15
Milk spikes insulin levels (because of the hormones) expecially the lactose free one because the lactose has already been broken down and is readily absorbed.
Try dairy free milk

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