Camel milk isn't the most obvious drink of choice among American's but 10,000 years of proof and some real recent science has shown that camel milk is truly the "new" miracle drink.
Camel Milk is important source of protein, vitamins and minerals, and has about 3x the amount of calcium than cows milk, which is essential for healthy bones and teeth.
Although camel milk tastes very close to cows milk, some report that it has a slightly salty taste. Clearly, the camel diet directly relates to the taste, just like with cows milk. It contains lower saturate fat and about three times of vitamin C and up to ten times more iron than cow's milk. Research suggests that antibodies in camel's milk can help fight certain diseases.
The fact that camel's milk does not coagulate easily in an acidic environment (e. .g. in the stomach) makes it available for absorption in the intestine. According to Middle Eastern tradition, camel's milk has medical properties and according to the many experts camel's milk is the healthiest milk produced by animals. It has less fat than cows milk and more nutrients than cows milk.
Proponents of the paleo diet have long said humans should not drink cows milk, for reasons including its inflammatory properties.
Researchers have said that camels milk has an anti-inflammatory effect found only no other milk.
The Camel Milk Association says camel milk can be digested by people with lactose intolerance, because although camel milk still contains lactose, its in much lower amounts.
Camel milk has greater contents of other vitamins and minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, zinc, iron and manganese.
It is very good for boosting the immune system and It’s also good for anti-aging as the high levels of vitamin C protect collagen.
So, Camel Milk is a good thing!
Read our next blog post to see why soaps and beauty products made from camel milk have tremendous benefits.