Camel milk is a natural probiotic that supports the healthy growth of bacteria in the intestines, aiding digestion. It also supports the digestive and immune systems.
Camel milk is rich in natural vitamin C. The content of this vitamin that strengthens the immune system is 3-5 times higher than in cow's milk. Half a liter of camel milk is almost the recommended daily requirement for vitamin C.
Camel milk has surprisingly high levels of proteins and other organic compounds, some of which have powerful antibacterial properties. This means it can help boost the immune system.
It is the healthiest option for everyone from infancy to old age!
The nutrients in camel milk help fight chronic inflammation and oxidative stress caused by free radicals.
Many of the benefits of camel milk come from immunoglobulins (antibodies), which play a key role in the health of the immune system.
Camel milk contains proteins such as:
- Lysozymes - support the immune system in the fight against invading pathogens.
- Lactoferrin - the main component of camel milk, prevents the growth of microbes in the intestines, fights inflammation, supports the health of the immune system and much more.
Lactoferrin is a protein naturally occurring in the body, found in human and camel milk. It has properties that can support your immune system. It is a type of iron-binding protein that is primarily secreted in tears, milk or saliva. It also binds to DNA and other molecules such as milk immunoglobulin A, casein, albumin, etc.
It helps in the development of the digestive tract and immune system in newborns.
Lactoferrin contained in camel milk protects against HCV infection and will inhibit its replication in already sick people.