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Camel milk is low in fat. The fat content of camel milk is approx. 50% lower than of cow’s milk.


Camel milk contains unsaturated fatty acids. The percentage of these so called ‘healthy fats’is higher than in cow’s milk. Healthy fats helps reducing cholesterol to aid healthy cardio-vascular functioning.


Camel milk is rich in natural vitamin C. The content of this immune-boosting vitamin is 3-5 times higher than in cow’s milk ½ liters of camel milk almost represents the recommended daily requirement of vitamin C.


Camel milk contains more calcium than other milks. The intake of this natural mineral is important for growing children and helps preventing Osteoporosis. People who care about diet will have an excellent low fat alternative. The low fat, but calcium rich camel milk ideal for pregnant women and
supports the healthy growth of the fetus.


Some recent studies suggest that camel milk has a positive effect on Diabetes II patients. Studies in India show that regular consumption of camel milk helps reducing the required amount of insulin injections, which improves the quality of life.
   
Researches currently in progress investigate positive effects of camel milk on patients with hepatitis, autoimmune diseases, Crone’s disease, Autism & Rheumatism.
   
Some reports say that people with lactose intolerance might digest camel milk easier than cow’s milk.
   
Camel milk is naturally pro-biotic and assists healthy bacteria growth within the gut.
   
There are no known allergies to camel milk. People suffering from cow’s milk allergy can enjoy camel milk as a healthy alternative.
 
 
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