Camel Milk Benefits

Camel and its baby in the Desert
Camel Milk is important source of protein, vitamins and minerals, and is particularly rich in calcium, which is essential for healthy bones and teeth. The tasting of camel's milk is slightly salty than cow's milk, but it contains lower saturate fat and about three times of vitamin C and up to ten times more iron than cow's milk. Research suggested that antibodies in camel's milk can help fight diseases like cancer, V/Aids, Alzheimer's and hepatitis B. The presence of high concentration of insulin-like protein has positive role in reducing the effect of diabetes.
The fact that camel's milk does not coagulate easily in an acid environment (e. .g. in the stomach) makes it available for absorption in the intestine. According to Sunni Islamic tradition, camel's milk has medical properties - (Hadith Sahih al-Bukhari Vol.8, Bk 82, No 794) and according to the FAO organization camel's milk is the healthiest milk produced by animals. The Kamelenmelkerij Smits (Holland) is the only farm legally authorized in the Netherlands to breed camels for the production of camel's milk. All camels in the farm are continuously tested to ascertain that they are free of diseases such as para tbc, tuberculoses, etc.
The camel's milk in the farm is genuine, that is nothing is added and nothing is taken away from it. Soon after it is milked, the camel's milk is immediately deep-frozen in special tunnel - freezer. Research carried out by the Dutch Institute of Diary Research (NIZO) proves that no harm is done to the good ingredients of camel's milk during the freezing process and that it does not lose its healthy ingredients when it remains frozen. The Camel Milk UK has the exclusivity to import camel's milk from the Kamelenmelkerij Smits and the product is available in the U.K. in bottles of 500 ml ( 0.5 liter). The milk is kept frozen at -18 degree (-18°C). Drink it within 4 days after defrosting and shake it before you consume. After its defrosting, do not re-freeze it again.