Camel milk and asparagus tart

Camel milk and asparagus tart

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Camel milk and asparagus tart

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Camel milk and asparagus tart


Camel milk and asparagus tartlet

  • 1 round ass
  • Plate of mini pie molds
  • 1 Steamer
  • 1 Whisk
  • 4 Pieces Fresh green asparagus
  • 4 Pieces Cherry tomatoes
  • 2 Pieces Eggs
  • 1/2 L. soy milk
  • 10 g. powdered camel milk
  • 1 g. Freshly grated nutmeg
  • 2-3 Pinches Salt and freshly ground pepper
  1. Put the asparagus in the steamer for 5 to 10 minutes depending on the diameter of the asparagus

  2. Wash and halve the cherry tomatoes

  3. In a bowl, put the camel milk powder and add while whisking the soy milk

  4. Put the eggs in the bowl, add the milk and whisk, add the salt, pepper, grated nutmeg, salt and pepper then stir with the whisk

  5. Divide the appliance in the sheets of mini pie molds and bake in a hot oven (180 ° C) for 10 minutes

  6. Unmould and dress




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The nutritional value of camel milk

The nutritional value of camel milk

The nutritional value of camel milk

Camel milk is more beneficial for your health than cow’s milk. Its vitamin C content is 3 times higher than that of cow’s milk. The vitamin C content of 100 ml of camel milk and the same amount of cow’s milk is 3.8 mg and 1.0 mg, respectively; the iron content is extremely high. high, which is 10 times that of cow’s milk., 1 liter of camel’s milk contains 52 units of insulin, while the same amount of milk contains only 0.016 unit of insulin. In addition, camel milk is rich in many unsatisfactory fatty acids. The protein and calcium content is higher than milk, and the fat content is lower than that of milk. Camel milk is rich in lactoferrin and lysozyme which are lacking in milk. Substances with bacterial effects can strengthen the body’s immune system.

Not only that, camel milk also has some medical value. German dairy professor Marbach said: “Camel milk can help diabetics reduce their need for insulin, and it is also very beneficial for babies. Since it is non-allergic milk, we also have camel milk proven to counteract ulcers in ulcers. Diseases such as high blood pressure affect medical help. “

The effectiveness of camel milk: disease prevention

Experts in nutritional medicine have found through a large number of clinical observational studies that camel milk not only has rich nutrition, but also has the following health effects and can prevent the onset of certain diseases.

The effectiveness of camel milk: improves physical strength

Camel milk is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, iron, B vitamins and vitamin C, as well as many nutrients that are beneficial to human health and easily absorbed by the human body. Therefore, long-term consumption of camel milk can strengthen physical strength and improve. disease prevention capabilities.

The effectiveness of camel milk: delaying aging

As people age, the build-up of toxins in the body and the rate of detoxification in the liver will no longer be constant, leading to aging. And camel milk contains more vitamin C than any milk, relying on the antioxidant effect of vitamin C, to achieve the effect of delaying the aging of the body.

The effectiveness of camel milk: prevention of rickets in children

Children, especially infants, are prone to calcium deficiency for a variety of reasons, called “rickets” in medicine. This is a series of clinical manifestations of calcium and phosphorus metabolism disorders caused by calcium malabsorption caused by vitamin D deficiency in children. Hypocalcemia and even hypocalcemia convulsions can occur. Commonly referred to as “calcium deficiency” is a common disease in infants. Camel milk has high immunity to dry matter, small fat globules, rich nutrition, easy to digest and absorb, and timely replenish the necessary calcium for children, in order to achieve the effect of prevention of this disease.

The effectiveness of camel milk: lower cholesterol

Somali herders mainly earn their living by raising camels and they drink camel milk, which has a higher fat content than milk. On average, the camel milk consumed by each of them each day contains around 500 grams or more of fat. 60% of their food is animal feed, but their average cholesterol level is less than 1.5g / L. Therefore, regular consumption of camel milk can effectively reduce cholesterol content and has the effect of prevent diabetes.