Could this animal's milk be miraculous?
Believe it or not, there's a growing interest for milk from the desert's most self-sufficient creature, the camel. Why, you ask? Apparently, according to nutritionists and researchers, the reasons range from its potential to promote optimum nutrition to its ability to healing autism, diabetes, gut problems, and even cancer.
Camel milk is indeed a rich source of protein. It's also considered a "whole food," which means it has enough natural nutrients to sustain life in the absence of other resources. And it's got higher levels of potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, sodium, and zinc than cow's milk-plus low levels of cholesterol. It's also got three times the amount of vitamin C and 10 times as much iron compared to cow's milk. If that's not convincing enough, it is so nutritious, in many countries it's given to babies suffering from malnutrition.
Julie Matthews, a California-based nutritionist for children with autism, believes its healingRead More »from The Next New Miracle Food Is...Camel Milk?