Is it just me or is there a new milk hitting the market every time you turn your head? Well unlike the fake "milks", made from plants, nuts, or even cockroaches (really?), camel milk has a historic past of medicinal use in ancient Africa and the Middle East for thousands of years. As the Washington Post put it, "one taste will get you over the hump." Lets explore some of my favorite reasons to drink camel milk.
Camel milk is nonallergenic, as it does not NOT contain A1 beta casein and/or lactoglobulin.
Camel milk has similar properties to colostrum and is even the closest form to human breast milk.
Camel milk has 5x more vitamin C and 10x more iron than in cow milk.
Camel milk nourishes the body with probiotics, specifically in the form of oligosaccharides.
The rich probiotics among many other compounds found in camel milk nourish and support a healthy gut.
Camel milk naturally has unique peptides and proteins not found in other milks.
Camel milk provides bio-active molecules such as lactoferrin, antioxidants, immunoglobulins, vitamins, exc.
Camel milk delivers important bioavailable minerals to the body, such as Zinc, Selenium, and others.
If these amazing health benefits of camel milk don't tempt you, the rich, creamy, and sweet taste of camel milk sure will!