Calculating the benefits is simple.

The Benefits of
Camel Milk vs Cow Milk

Recent studies and observations have shown countless health benefits of camel milk over cow milk. These benefits range from beneficial effects for diabetics to simply a high presence of vitamin C. With all these recent breakthroughs, there’s no denying that drinking camel milk can improve your health immensely.

So, if you’re considering making the switch to camel milk, here are a few more camel milk benefits that’ll make you want to make that switch today...

Camel Milk v Cow Milk
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Camel Milk Benefits for Diabetes & Antioxidant Production

In recent years, studies have surfaced that show groundbreaking benefits camel milk has for diabetes and potential increased antioxidant production. The journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice showed that the consumption of camel’s milk can improve glycemic control while also lowering the insulin requirement of people with Type 1 diabetes.
As more and more studies prove the potential therapeutic effects camel milk has for diabetics, more and more Type 1 diabetics take advantage of these breakthroughs.
   As for antioxidants, Per Lori Chong, a registered dietitian at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, has proven that the consumption of camel milk can potentially increase production of antioxidant enzymes in the body and thereby lower oxidative stress.

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Camel Milk Nutritional Content & Skin Benefits

Not many know the benefits camel milk has over cow milk. The nutritional value of camel milk goes far beyond the contents of cow milk.
According to experts, the presence of vitamin C in camel milk is extremely high. Camel milk contains up to 3 times more vitamin C than cow milk and 1.5 times more than human milk.
The high presence of vitamin C in camel milk also provides generous benefits for skin. The vitamin C contained in camel milk benefits skin by stimulating collagen production. This helps to fight wrinkles and produce a youthful glow.
With nearly 10mg of vitamin C, camel milk from Camilk is the absolute leader in milk choices.

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Camel Milk Fat Content

Compared to cow milk fat, camel milk is slightly lower in total fat and saturated fat, which makes it an ideal component of the normal human diet. One of the values of camel milk is the high concentration of the fatty acids essential for human nutrition, like Oleic acid, which is known for its positive influence on blood pressure regulation.

Health Benefits of Camel Milk

So why should you start drinking camel milk?
Simple.
The health benefits camel milk provides are impossible to pass up.
Camilk’s collection of camel milk products not only taste amazing but are also full of vitamins and nutrition. Camel milk is an exceptional alternative to standard dairy products and contains large quantities of Vitamin C, antioxidants and lower in fat than cow milk.
Read on to find out more about the health benefits of this wonderful milk alternative.

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If you would like to find out more about more about the nutritional aspects of Camilk products, or have a more general enquiry about our company, feel free to get in contact with our friendly team. We’re always happy to discuss the incredible nutritional value of our products, as well as help out with any other enquiries you may have about Camilk.

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Lactoferrin

Lactoferrin According to World Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Lactoferrin found in camel milk has antibacterial, antiviral and anti-tumor properties. It contains disease-fighting immunoglobulins, allowing penetration of antigens and boosting the effectiveness of immune system. http://www.academia.edu/6245890/A_review_on_medicinal_properties_of_Camel_milk

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Type 1 Diabetes

Per Lori Chong, a registered dietitian at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, studies have shown that the consumption of camel milk increases production of antioxidant enzymes in the body and thereby lowering oxidative stress. Research in the journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice showed that the consumption of camel’s milk can improve glycemic control while also lowering the insulin requirement of people with Type 1 diabetes.  http://www.livescience.com/53579-camel-milk.html

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