Benefits Of Camel’s Milk
Camel’s milk has been used for centuries as a natural remedy in the Middle East, Asian, and North African cultures. The nutritional properties are amazing and the taste is quite refreshing:
Excellent source of Vitamin B1
Excellent source of Calcium (62.5%)
Great source of Protein (30%)
Good source of Phosphorus (40%)
Good source of Potassium (22%)
Good source of Zinc (112%)
Great source of Vitamin D (80%)
Compared to cow, buffalo, and ewe’s milk, camel’s milk is naturally 50% lower in fat and 50% lower in saturated fat. It is a natural probiotic to assist healthy bacterial growth in the gut and is easy to digest. Best of all, it has high levels of Lactoferrin and Immunoglobulins so it is an immune system builder. I personally never liked cow’s milk because it caused too much mucus in my system, but not camel’s milk. I have had major gut issues in my lifetime so it is nice to find a milk that not only tastes good but also is very beneficial to my health.
Camel’s milk is more than a tasty drink. The rumor is camel’s milk is used in Australia and in the Middle East to treat symptoms of asthma, autism, and immune deficiency. The science behind camel’s milk known as “white gold” shows it can treat diabetes, cholesterol, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, hepatitis, and leaky gut. Camel’s milk, as some people call it, seems to be a super food. Scientists suggest consuming the milk raw and unpasteurized is better for our guts. Camel’s milk farming is rare in the United States. Only a population of 5,000 camels have been imported in the United States. Until recently, it was a felony to sell camel’s milk in the United States.
Do your research and ask questions before consuming camel’s milk! Check it out for yourself by visiting http://desertfarms.com/. They provide plenty of insightful information.
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