Camel’s milk which is now the topic of increasing research has been noted to have many beneficial immunologic properties which may be beneficial in states of disease and in health. My first reaction was, ugh that is just disgusting! Headed by a woman, they comprise of one or two men, children and a few camels with their calves. She was just in India and Dubai, so she must have gotten this in UAE. Those who are having autism and diabetes problem must have to consume one cup of camel milk as daily diet. It’s what we in the science-based medicine biz call the Quack Miranda Warning. It is no wonder then that, as the authors of the review note, epidemiological surveys indicate that there is a low prevalence of diabetes in communities where camel milk is consumed.
Local camel milk customers fit two profiles: 1) People that are looking for a cow milk alternative. Not surprisingly, the Amish are ahead of the camel curve and have spearheaded several camel dairy farms. From way back, camel milk has been known for its health-promoting properties1. And surprisingly, our side eyes turned to wide eyes at the results when we pitted camel’s milk against other milk products on the market. The article covers issues related to nutrition, including dietary supplements that claim to treat the H1N1 flu virus, a movement to bring camel’s milk to the U.S. Camel milk, used medicinally for centuries by nomadic people, is the closest to human mother’s milk and contains 10 times