Lactose Free - Full Cream Whole Milk Powder

I feel like we have crossed a final KETO frontier because now there's ketofied milk and this stuff tastes Ah-mazing! 1 teaspoon of very transportable milk powder and 1.1 carb to have real organic A2 milk in my cuppa. That's ketofied milk! Let's just call that 1 carb an investment in self-love and my sanity. In fact, just ask anyone around me and they'll be saying for sure, that's totally and utterly worth it :D   

What is ketofied milk? 
Ingredients: 100% A2 whole milk that is: 

  • Lactose free (the milk sugar has been removed) = waaay lower in carbs at only 3.8g carbs per 100g of milk (this is so close to cream which is 3.7g) 
  • Certified Organic, Certified non-GMO and Permeate free
  • A2 whole milk (low FODMAP) 
  • A2 + organic = Ours Truly A3 Milk Powder
  • from grass-fed NZ cows which increases vitamins A, vitamin E, essential fatty acids and long chain omega 3's.
  • from NZ farms that use regenerative practices, not sprays or chemicals. 
  • in a powdered format, shelf stable and no need to refrigerate the powder
  • no more spills carrying milk anywhere. 
  • no more split milk - simply add milk powder in first, then warmish water, stir!   

What's the problem with Regular Milk?
~ Regular Milk has 12g carbs and at 30 ml of milk in one cuppa that's way too high on a keto diet. Especially if you are having a few each day. 
~ Regular Milk has pesky Lactose aka Milk Sugar, the carbs/sugar component of milk. 
~ Also regular milk has the A1 protein which your body converts into a protein fragment called beta-casomorphin-7 (BCM-7), which could cause inflammation and gut intolerances. Turns out that up to 70% of the world's population are actually intolerant of it.

Macros in 100ml of Lactose Free Milk: Carbs are 3.8g per 100ml (so close to cream which is 3.7g carbs per 100ml). Energy, 234kJ, Protein 3.2g with 99% A2 B-Casein, Calcium 106mg, Sodium 31mg. Naturally occurring nutrients are: Vitamins A, B2 riboflavin, B5, B7 biotin, B12, Calcium and Phosphorus. 

How many carbs per cuppa? 
Oh and the very best bit: 1 teaspoon powder makes 30ml of milk and only 1.1g in carbs.  I can't put into words just how liberating it is being able to have real milk back in the coffee and tea and stay keto.

Q: How many carbs in 30 ml of the liquid milk? 
A: 1.1g carbs 
Calculated by: taking the carbs of A2 lactose free organic full cream milk powder 3.8g for 100ml. Take 30ml and divide by 100ml and multiply by 3.8g carbs.

Q: How much milk powder to use for 30ml of milk? 
A: 3.3g or 1 teaspoon 
Calculated by 30ml divided by 270ml and multiplying by 30g.

Q: What is A1, A2, and A3 milk? 
Traditional cows milk is called A1 milk and it contains both A1 and A2 beta-casein proteins. Then A2 milk was created by eliminating the A1 protein and enabling the amino acids to be much easier for bodies to break down. A3 milk is marketing terminology for Organic + A2 milk. 

Options how to use: 
~ Add 1 teaspoon powder into your cuppa, add warmish water, stir and presto. 
~ Add 1 Tablespoon then 1 Cup if warm water to make 270ml of milk to keep in the fridge and consume within 5 days.
~ Add 120g milk powder then 1 Litre of warm water to make 1080ml, stir until dissolved.
~ To replace the sweetness of lactose just add sweetener. We recommend Sweet as Sugar Allulose because it has no aftertaste, is super finely ground to dissolve fast and it doesn't crystallise like erythritol does when cooled.  
~ best to use warm liquids when mixing as it helps dissolve it faster. This milk can blitz and froth exactly like milk does, because it's milk! 

Suitable for: Children over 1 year of age, teens, adults, older adults, athletes and weekend warriors, pregnant and breast-feeding women. 

Storage and use: 
~ In powdered format the milk powder doesn't need refrigerating.
~ Once opened, reseal the pack and store in an airtight container and use within 3-4 weeks. 
~ If reconstituted (made with water) you do need to keep refrigerated at 1-4'C and consume within 5 days.
~ The 400g pack makes 3.6 Litres of Keto Milk 
~ Goes great with sugar free Milkshake Syrups


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