Importance & Usage of Camel Milk in Different Disease
Now a day’s camel milk is very popular in all age peoples because it benefits list is quit long. Here are some important tips for usage of camel milk;
Camel milk is closer to human milk than any other milk.
It is often easily digested by lactose-intolerant individuals.
It is rich in healthy vitamins and minerals, especially B vitamins, vitamin C and iron.
The Camel milk has traditionally been used to treat diabetes. Camel milk contains high levels of insulin or an insulin-like protein which pass through the stomach without being destroyed. The stomach's acidity would normally destroy insulin - this is why developing 'oral insulin' is such a challenge. A month-long study in people with Type 1 diabetes suggested that drinking almost a pint of camel milk daily improved blood glucose levels, greatly reducing the need for insulin.
The lactoferrin in camel milk has antibacterial, antiviral and anti-tumor properties.
It contains disease-fighting immunoglobulin’s which are small in size, allowing penetration of antigens and boosting the effectiveness of the immune system.
It improves the quality of life for people with autoimmune disorders. Helping the immune system respond properly and no longer attacking a person's own body tissues.
It is a rich source of insulin containing approximately 52 units of insulin in each liter of camel milk, making it a great treatment option for Type 1 or Type 2 diabetics as well as Gestational Diabetes.
If diabetes is not adequately controlled the patient has a significantly higher risk of developing complications, such as hypoglycemia, ketoacidosis, and nonketotic hypersosmolar coma. Longer term complications could be cardiovascular disease, retinal damage, chronic kidney failure, nerve damage, poor healing of wounds, gangrene on the feet which may lead to amputation, and erectile dysfunction.
It lacks beta casein and other common allergens found in cow milk and contains immune system components that might benefit children allergic to milk and other foods.
Camel milk is a good source of protein and referred to as whole food. It has enough nutrients to sustain life and is often given to babies suffering from malnutrition.
Compared to cow, buffalo and ewe milk fat, camel milk fat has fewer short-chained fatty acids and high concentrations of volatile acids especially linoleic & polyunsaturated acids, increasing brain health and overall wellness.
Camel milk is a rich source of proteins with potential antimicrobial and protective activities; these proteins are not found in cow milk or found only in minor amount, moreover camel milk is used in some parts of the world as a cure for certain diseases. Camel milk is a whole food meaning it has enough nutrients to sustain a person through the day.
In many countries, camel milk is given to babies suffering from malnutrition. Compared to cow, buffalo and ewe milk fat, camel milk fat contains less short-chained fatty acids, but the same long-chained fatty acids can be found. Some researchers claim that the value of camel milk is to be found in the high concentrations of volatile acids and, especially, linoleic acid and the polyunsaturated acids, which are essential for human nutrition.
Nutritional fact of camel milk:
•Camel milk is low in lactose compared with cows' milk. However, levels of potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, sodium and zinc are higher than in cows' milk.
•Cholesterol in camel milk is lower than cow or goat milk.
•Camel milk is 3 times higher in vitamin C than cow's milk and 10 times higher in iron.
•It is also high in unsaturated fatty acids and B vitamins but less in vitamin A and B2.
•The fat content in camel's milk is similar to that of cow's milk.
•Camel milk is rich potassium, iron and minerals such as sodium and magnesium.
'Insulin' of the future: Camel milk has high concentration of insulin that has positive effect on the immunity. It does not thicken easily in an acidic environment. Diabetics in Somalia, Kenya and the USA who recognize the value of Camel milk are using Camel milk therapy to control their Diabetes.
Camel Milk based beauty products:
Camel milk is a natural source of Alpha-Hydroxide acids which are known to chubby the skin and smoothies fine lines. Camel Milk soap provides a most deluxe bath experience. Products from Camel milk are already hitting the shelves of shops such as soaps and yogurts.
Camel milk is supposed a precautionary in ulcers.
•Regular intake of camel milk helps to control blood sugar levels.
•Camel milk helps in reducing coronary heart disease.
•Camel milk also benefits in infection, tuberculosis, gastroenteritis and cancer. Immunoglobulin is the substance in the camel milk that contributes to immunity against infection.