Did you know that Camel milk contains 10 x Iron and 3 x vitamin C compared to cow milk and is naturally low in fat and cholesterol.
Camel milk contains unsaturated fatty acids, higher anti-microbial proteins, boosts the immune system and is ideal for people with allergies or lactose intolerance. Also, it has an anti-inflammatory effect.
What the FAO says:
Camel milk is rich in numerous bioactive substances that function beyond their nutritive value.
Camel milk is more similar to goat milk and contains less short-chain fatty acids than cow, sheep and buffalo milks, and about 3 times
greater vitamin-C than cow milk.
One kg of camel milk meets 100% of daily human requirements for calcium and
phosphorus, 57.6% for potassium, 40% for iron, copper, zinc and magnesium, and 24% for sodium.
Camel milk helps treat liver problems, lowers bilirubin output, lightens vitamin inadequacy and nutrient deficiency, and boosts immunity.
Camel milk reduces allergies caused by cow dairy products.
Camel milk has low milk fat made mainly from polyunsaturated fatty acids. It lacks ß-lactoglobulin and is rich in immunoglobulins, compatible with human milk.
Persistent systematic education of camel milk science will be an obligation for health implications to be optimally perceived by worldwide human populations