Benefits of Camel Milk
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Camel Milk the super food...
Camel milk, which is slightly saltier than traditional milk, is drunk widely across the Arab world and is well suited to cheese production. It is is rich in vitamins B and C and has 10 times more iron than cow's milk.
Camel's milk is said to be an 'acquired taste', yet many people around the world depend on it. Its composition is closer to human milk than cow's milk is, so it is better for us. It also contains antibodies, and these may help fight serious diseases like cancer, HIV/Aids, Alzheimer's and hepatitis B. It could be the 'super food' of the future in the West, and generate much-needed income for developing countries. The United Nations is calling for the milk to be sold to the West.
Will Camel milk become the 'Insulin' of the future?
Health benefits of camel milk are attributed to presence of high concentration of insulin-like protein and other factors that have a positive effect on the immunity. The fact that it does not coagulate easily in an acidic environment (e.g. in the stomach) makes it available for absorption in the intestines. The anti-diabetic action of camel milk has been attributed to the camel’s choice (or is it default!) grazing/browsing on natural vegetation in the desert, including salty herbs and plants, some medicinal plants like the (neem).
In Somalia and Kenya , some diabetics who recognise the value of Camel milk are using Camel milk therapy to control their Diabetes.
Is Camel milk the new Viagra?
Farmer Vimaram Jat, from the Indian state of Rajasthan who has fathered a child at the age of 88, put his virility down to drinking two to three litres of Camel milk a day. He has sexual intercourse every day and plans to do so until death!
Camel Milk based beauty products?
Camel milk is a natural source of Alpha-Hydroxy acids which are known to plump the skin and smooths fine lines. Camel Milk soap provides a most luxurious bath experience.
Products from Camel milk are already hitting the shelves of shops such as soaps and yoghurts. An Austrian chocolate maker has joined forces with an Arabic Camel farm in Al-Ain (United Arab Emirates - UAE) to create a new delicacy - Camel milk chocolates. But as yet the choclates are only available in the UAE but is deemed to conquer the world as the sweet ambassador of Arabia.
Will you give Camal Milk a try?