WHY CAMEL MILK?
Camel milk is gaining popularity in the US due to its unique bioactive and bioavailable ingredients. In fact, camel milk is being called a superfood because of the nutritional and health benefits it offers adults and children. Camel milk is a superior milk to cow, goat and sheep milk, and commercial nut and soy milks, for many reasons.
Camel milk is 100% real milk – non-GMO, gluten free and no antibiotics or hormones. It’s a light milk with a clean, fresh taste; in fact, it tastes similar to cow milk.
Camel milk can be consumed as milk or used in cooking and baking replacing other types of milk.
Camel milk has many health benefits, including immune boosting support, better digestion and gut health, lower blood sugar and insulin, improved heart health, and more energy and general well-being.
CAMEL MILK IS IDEAL FOR THOSE WITH LACTOSE INTOLERANCE
Camel milk is very well tolerated by anyone suffering from lactose intolerance or cow milk protein allergy.
Camel milk contains less lactose than cow milk and that makes it easier to digest. Camel milk does not contain A1 beta-casein, one of the most allergenic proteins contained in cow milk that can cause an allergic reaction. This means camel milk can be enjoyed by people who don’t do well with cow milk or who are on an A1 beta-casein-free diet.
Camel milk can be used in soups, muffins, drinks, in fact, in almost any recipe where milk is used.
The Lactose Intolerance Recipes E-book provides some family favorite recipes using camel milk. Using camel milk when cooking and baking adds valuable nutrition to the foods you enjoy.