HAMMEL MILK FOR DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS
Camel milk is very easy to digest.
It is recommended to lactose intolerant people who want to consume milk and to all those who are looking for a pleasant tasting and light milk.
The nutrients in camel milk also help to improve overall digestion.
The influence of Bactrian camel milk on the gut microbiota
It is also a good source of healthy fats, such as long-chain fatty acids, linoleic acid and unsaturated fatty acids, which can support brain and heart health (1)
Camel milk has been known in Asia and Africa for 5,000 years for its human health benefits. Therefore, it is not only consumed as a food, but also as a remedy. Many studies have reported that camel milk has a very high concentration of mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids, serum albumin, lactoferrin, immunoglobulins, vitamins C and E, lysozyme, manganese and iron, and the hormone insulin. Therefore, camel milk can be prescribed as a remedy for many human diseases. It has been proven to be a useful application in gastric and intestinal disorders (2)
The medicinal value of camel milk is useful in the treatment of gastritis, asthma, gastric discomfort, HIV, tuberculosis, fever, and liver problems. Camel drivers have claimed that camel milk is used to treat a number of diseases in humans such as jaundice, malaria, constipation, for stomach drainage, postpartum care of women, to detoxify snake venom and flatulence, as camels consume various plant species whose active agents with therapeutic properties are secreted in the milk. The camel’s immune system is stronger than that of humans and small immunoglobulins pass from camel milk into human blood. As immunoglobulins are found in camel milk throughout lactation, milk consumption will provide a tool to fight autoimmune diseases by rehabilitating the immune system.
The presentation of the properties and potential benefits of camel milk on this site is based on scientific research, laboratory tests and consumer experiences.
This is in no way a medical opinion