After a study aiming to determine the composition of camel milk, it was compared to human milk and was found to be fairly resembling in terms of nutritional components. We all know that the mother’s milk is the best meal for a new born baby, in order to provide him the necessary nutrients. It has high lactose content, whey protein and lower casein ratios, which makes it highly digestive for an infant. But in few cases, newborns aren’t able to be breastfed during the initial months of their birth.Read More
Camel Milk Benefits
Benefits of camel milk at a glance
Camel milk has been found to be beneficial for children suffering from autism or ASD. Autism Spectrum Disorder is a severe disorder neurologically, which targets the children up to the age of 3 years. These children have a low mental development in terms of social orientation, interacting and communicating with people and witness mental retardation.Read More
Due to its bioactive components, camel milk is considered to be very high in nutrition. A Saudi Arabian lab conducted complex set of tests which inferred that camel milk consists more than 200 kinds of proteins. These included many known camel proteins such as heavy chain immunoglobulins which help in strengthening the immune system along with classes of proteins found in other species. It is also considered to be a rich source of peptides which help in digestion of food. Consisting a high proportion of minerals like Ca, K, P and Na, camel milk helps to gain height as well in adolescents. It also helps to make bones and joints stronger.Read More
Oral intake of GABA has proven to provide many health benefits, including hyperglycemic states regulation in humans.
GABA is a neurotransmitter, one of the main components of human nervous system. GABAp receptors when activated, inhibit cell growth and also have a vital role in the interaction between muscle cells and neurons. Camel milk has a higher amount of bioavailable GABA than cow or human milk and are able to activate GABAp receptors efficiently. The relationship between GABA and taurine concentrations suggests that whole camel milk may be more efficient to activate GABAρ1 receptors than goat milk. Because GABAρ receptors are normally found in enteroendocrine cells in the lumen of the digestive tract, these results suggest that GABA in camel and goat milk may participate in GABA-modulated functions of enteroendocrine cells in the GI lumen.Read More
Twenty-five patients with clinical and laboratory diagnosis of lactose intolerance underwent provocation tests with growing amounts of cow's milk and subsequently with camel's milk. And it was concluded that Camel's milk can be considered an option for the individuals intolerant to lactose who present symptoms when ingesting cow's milk.Read More
After drinking camel milk for one year, 44 chronic hepatitis B patients the HBV-DNA, hepatitis B virus markers, ALT, IL-4 and INF-gamma levels in serum were detected. Camel milk regulates the expression of Th1/Th2-type cytokines, and corrects the imbalance of Th1/Th2 cytokine network, which could strengthen the cellular immune response, inhibit the replication of virus DNA, and promote the recovery of the chronic hepatitis B patients.Read More
Camel milk is believed to be effective for people with erectile dysfunction. ED or impotency is very common in men in today’s world scenario. Increasing levels of pressure and stress, and loss of strength are some of the factors that lead to impotency. Inadequate diet is one of the another extensive reasons for impotency in men.Read More
Camel milk has also been found to be helpful in curing Tuberculosis, Diarrhea, Arthritis and many other diseases. However, extensive detailed researches to support this may not be available.