Camel Milk Successes on World Milk Day

Camel Milk Successes on World Milk Day

1 June is World Milk Day. 

More than 6 billion people worldwide consume milk and milk products for their nutritional value. 

Milk and milk products have a good balance of protein, fat and carbohydrates and are a very important source of essential nutrients, including: calcium, riboflavin, phosphorous, vitamins A and B 12, potassium, magnesium, zinc and iodine.

Not everyone can tolerate cow milk due to lactose intolerance and cow milk protein allergy. 

Camel milk offers the "best of both worlds" - the excellent nutrition from real dairy, but without the allergenic issues caused by cow milk. Camel milk does not contain A1-beta casein and beta-lactoglobulin, the proteins in cow milk that cause many problems. Camel milk also has a lower level of lactose than cow milk and is usually very well tolerated by people who don't do well with cow milk.

Here are some successes from people who have included Camelicious camel milk powder as part of their diet:

 

 

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