Low-fat camel milk not only contains healthy vitamins and minerals, but also is a rich source of insulin. This milk reportedly has about a quart of insulin in each liter, making it a potential treatment option for diabetics. This is according to 2005 study that observed the effects of camel milk on type 1 diabetes which were very positive.
Camel milk lacks two powerful allergens found in cow milk and contains immune system components that might benefit children allergic to milk and other foods. A study published in 2005 investigated the effects of camel milk on eight children with severe milk and other food allergies. After failing to respond to conventional treatments, study participants consumed camel milk under the direction of researchers. Daily progress reports indicated that all eight children fully recovered from their allergies with no side effects. Disease-fighting immunoglobulins in camel milk were believed to play a key role in reducing allergic symptoms and results were ‘astonishing’ according to researchers.
The potent immune-system components in camel milk might help fight diseases. The small size of the immunoglobulins, or antibodies, found in camel milk enables easy targeting and penetration of foreign disease-causing substances for destruction by the immune system. Interesting research is now being conducted on the effects of camel milk on Cancer and the results so far are extremely
Promising. I buy Camel Milk in Spinneys and I’m sure its also available in other supermarkets in town. The flavour is much milder then Goat’s milk in my opinion and it has so many more benefits for us and our children.