Camel milk has a low sugar and cholesterol level that makes it beneficial for diabetic patients and it even has insulin-like proteins, which helps in maintaining the blood sugar levels and control the insulin intake of diabetic patients.
Autism is a neurological disorder in which the individual has difficulty in understanding, communicating, and interacting socially. Oxidative stress is said to be the major reason behind autism and Camel Milk has antioxidant properties which help release oxidative stress, helping to improve speech and communication problems. Its probiotic nature that helps autistic patients maintain their gut health.
As compared to cow milk, Camel Milk has a lower amount of lactose which makes it suitable for lactose intolerants, and it does not contain beta-lactoglobulin which is the main cause of cow milk allergy. The fat globules present in Camel Milk are very small as compared to cow milk which makes it easier for lactose intolerants to digest it.
It is rich in vitamins and various other minerals which helps in keeping the body strong and boosts immunity because of the immunoglobulin content present in it. Along with this, Camel Milk is a powerhouse of ingredients that include vitamins like A, B, C, D, E and minerals like calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc, etc. which helps in the overall growth and development of the body.
Experts say that as camel milk is rich in calcium it helps in keeping the bones stronger which in turn may help in height growth.