Camel Milk – A New Superfood

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Camel milk is being called the new ‘superfood’ because of its unique nutritious properties.

Here are just some of the nutrition facts and benefits of camel milk:

  • Does not contain A1 beta-casein and beta-lactoglobulin – two proteins found in cow’s milk that can cause an allergic reaction
  • Has 50 percent lower fat content than cow’s milk
  • Has more beneficial naturally occurring Omega-3 fatty acids than cow’s milk
  • Is rich in natural vitamin C – three to five times higher than cow’s milk
  • Contains a higher concentration of calcium than cow’s milk. The intake of this natural mineral is important for growing children
  • Provides a broad spectrum of beneficial probiotics, and prebiotics in the form of oligosaccharide, to support gut health and healthy digestion
  • Contains lanolin, collagen, and other natural moisturizing ingredients that have a calming and soothing effect on the skin.

“I spent a considerable amount of time researching the properties and benefits of camel milk, finding a reliable source, and getting the needed import approval,” said John Payne, CEO of PURELIFE Health Sciences. “Camel milk has some unique nutritional properties and there have been many scientific studies done on the potential health benefits of camel milk.”

The production of camel milk at the Camelicious farm has grown rapidly over the last five years. They now have almost 10,000 of the finest quality camels and produced four million metric tons of camel milk in 2018. The camels are milked in pristine conditions, the milk is pasteurized, gently spray dried and then packaged in single serve packets.

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