The Milk Way
Aadvik Foods started selling camel milk in the country, thus providing the same nutrition to those living in cities like Delhi and Bengaluru.
A year later, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) included camel milk among food items, though the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR) had long listed its medicinal benefits in conditions like diabetes, liver and kidney disorders, autism. Aadvik Foods founder Hitesh Rathi elaborates on the benefits of consuming camel milk.
1. How is camel milk different from that of a cow or buffalo?
Camel milk is richer than cow’s milk in calcium, iron and vitamin C. It contains 10 times more iron and thrice more vitamin C than cow’s milk, helping in the overall growth of the body. Camel milk can be consumed by lactose-intolerant people and those allergic to cow’s milk. Researches all over the world show that camel milk benefits people suffering from autism. It helps in gut healing, reducing hyperactivity and improving behaviour. It contains natural insulin, and is therefore beneficial for diabetics.Read More