Camel Milk – For Superior Nutrition and for the Lactose Intolerant

camel milkWhy Camel Milk?

Camel milk is gaining popularity in the US due to its unique bioactive and bioavailable ingredients. In fact, camel milk is being called a superfood because of the nutritional and health benefits it offers. Camel milk is a superior milk to cow, goat and sheep milk, and commercial nut and soy milks, for many reasons.

Camel milk is 100% real milk – non-GMO, gluten free and no antibiotics or hormones. It’s a light milk with a clean, fresh taste; in fact, it tastes similar to cow milk.

Camel milk can be consumed as milk or used in cooking and baking replacing other types of milk.

Benefits of Camel Milk

Immune Boosting Support

Camel milk contains a form of unique, powerful immune active components not found in cow or goat milk. These immunoglobulins and lactoferrins appear to fight various disease-causing organisms. Known as nanobodies, the immunoglobulins are smaller than human immunoglobulins and can easily pass into human tissues to be utilized.

A number of studies on camel milk lactoferrin has shown that it has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Lactoferrin inhibits the growth of bacteria, such as Escherichia coli, Klebsiella Pneumoniae, Clostridium, H. Pylori, Staphylococcus Aureus, and the yeast Candida Albicans.

Camel milk also contains beneficial enzymes like lysozyme and lactoperoxidase which are helpful to the body in fighting infection.

Better Gut Health & Digestion

The gut microbiome (a community of microorganisms, including bacteria) plays a very important role in your health by helping control digestion and benefiting the immune system and many other aspects of health.

An imbalance of gut microbiome in the intestines may contribute to health disorders such as weight gain, high blood sugar and high cholesterol.

Many compounds found in camel milk benefit the good bacteria in the gut because they provide a broad spectrum of beneficial probiotics, and prebiotics in the form of oligosaccharides. Oligosaccharides contribute to digestive health by decreasing gut permeability and supporting a healthy microbiome.

Colostrum is very nutritious and contains high levels of proteins that fight infections and bacteria. Camel milk is virtually bio-identical to the colostrum in human milk and stimulates the same properties as colostrum, making it highly beneficial and easy to digest.

Find out how it Lowers Blood Sugar & Insulin

Ideal for Lactose Intolerant or Cow Milk Protein Allergy

Camel milk contains less lactose than cow milk and therefore is usually very well tolerated by people who are lactose intolerant.

Camel milk does not contain A1 beta-casein and beta-lactoglobulin, two of the most allergenic proteins contained in cow milk that can cause an allergic reaction. This means camel milk can be enjoyed by people who don’t do well with cow milk or who are on an A1 beta-casein-free diet.

Promotes Heart Health

Camel milk is naturally lower in fat (only 2-3%), about 50% lower than cow milk. The fats in camel milk are turned into the smooth, creamy texture by naturally occurring Omega 3 fatty acids. The high percentage of unsaturated fatty acids can help with blood pressure regulation and healthy cardiovascular functioning.

Supports Well Being and Energy

The impressive nutritional goodness of camel milk can help people who want to feel healthier and have a greater sense of well being.

Many people drinking camel milk experience more sustained energy during the day. Some people use it before exercise to build stamina or after physical activity to help provide the body with more nutrition for recovery and repair.

Excellent Nutrition for Children 

Growing children need good nutrition every day. Camel milk has a protein, carbohydrate and calorie content comparable to whole cow milk, but it also has some big nutritional advantages. Camel milk has more calcium than other milks and beneficial levels of bioavailable minerals – selenium, zinc, potassium, magnesium, copper, iron and other minerals. It also has 3 to 5 times more Vitamin C. The higher level of certain amino acids (such as methionine, valine, and leucine) found in camel milk as compared with cow milk, can help stimulate proper growth and development.

The results of recent studies of camel milk indicate that camel milk therapy over the course of 4 weeks of therapy, significantly improved clinical measurements of cognition and social communication in the children involved in the studies.

“I cannot say enough about Camelicious. I started giving this to my daughter about 6 months ago. I used up the box and forgot about it. I chalked up her new and improved behaviors to, “Oh well, she’s 4 so maybe she’s growing out of it”. After a while of not drinking Camelicious, she began not sleeping as well and went back to having very frequent LONG fits. She was also once again screaming in the car. I began giving her Camelicious again and her behavior improved again. I will not go a day without this essential part of our nutrition routine again!”
– S.N., Florida

Skin & Beauty Benefits

Camel milk contains essential fatty acids, including Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9 oils. It also contains Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) that help stimulate collagen production. In addition, it has many vitamins and minerals, including Vitamins A, B, C, D and E, zinc, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, selenium and iron.

These nutrients can improve the hydration, texture, tone and elasticity of your skin, as well as help minimize blemishes, lessen wrinkles and provide anti-aging support.

Superior Nutrition in Camel Milk

Camel milk contains high proportions of anti-bacterial and anti-viral substances, antioxidants and immune system boosters.

B Vitamins

Vitamin E




Immunoglobulins any of a class of proteins present in the serum and cells of the immune system, which function as antibodies.

Vitamin C




Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Lactoferrin (Lactoferrin is contains Colostrum which is high in nutrients and antibodies. ­ Lactoferrin is also found in fluids in the eye, nose, respiratory tract, intestine, and elsewhere. People use lactoferrin as medicine).

And, Camel Milk Tastes Delicious

Camel milk is a light milk with a clean, fresh taste. While it tastes similar to cow milk, it does have its own hints of sweetness and saltiness which add to its pleasant flavor.

Simply mix Camelicious powder with water or a favorite beverage in a glass, shaker cup or blender. Some people add it to a smoothie to make their drink even more nutritious. Children and adults love the taste of Camelicious.smoothie to make their drink even more nutritious. Children and adults love the taste of Camelicious.


Learn more about Camel Milk   and Read Testimonials on the Camel Milk Page


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