Healthy & Delicious: 5 Less-Known Benefits of Camel Milk

Six mouthwatering years ago (in 2012), the Food and Drug Administration has ruled that camel milk could be sold in the United States. But it wasn’t until recently that our nutritionists have started to take an interest, sharing more and more studies on the unique properties and health benefits of this yummy dairy product. Fast forward to today, things are starting to heat up for camel milk in the U.S.

Here’s why this new delicious trend is also good for your overall health.

1. Nutritionally Superior Type of Dairy

Studies have shown that camel milk contains higher amounts of vitamins and minerals than its fierce and less digestible competitor, cow’s milk. Along with potassium, zinc, sodium, iron, magnesium, and copper, the list also includes vitamins A, B2, and C. Its’ also an ample source of protein and Omega-3.

2. Camel Milk & Its Many Antioxidants

Where there is a well of antioxidants, there is a wellbeing of both body and mind. These compounds can help you battle almost anything, as their wide array of effects successfully tackles symptoms and conditions spanning from general anxiety to cancerous cells. One glass a day keeps your doctor away.

3. Where Have All the Allergies Gone?

This wholesome milk is also a great companion when it comes to fighting off allergies. In 2005 study, eight out eight children reacted well to camel milk and recovered fully from their allergies. If you too are struggling with sneezing, wheezing, and headaches, add a bottle of this milk to your grocery list.

 4. A Shot at Treating the Untreatable

Not only is this delicious dairy product packed with antioxidants, but it also boasts antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Because of that, scientists have a reason to believe that camel milk can help specialists in treating patients with autoimmune disorders, autism, and tuberculosis.

5. Once Glass of Liquid Beauty, Please!

All of the aforementioned properties of camel milk contribute to weight loss and youthful look as well. It’s been statistically proven that camel milk contains less cholesterol than cow’s milk, but it may be a bit more caloric than we currently think. It’s better to be safe than sorry, so drink in moderation.

Some go as far as to call camel milk the new superfood.

Others remain skeptical due to the trendiness factor that follows it to the health stores and supermarket racks. Be it as it may, science rarely makes mistakes. And, it’s currently telling us that camel milk may just be the healthiest dairy product that the United States have tasted in a while.

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