PREGNANCY AND LACTATION

Pregnancy is a joyful time for every woman, but the nutritional needs during pregnancy increase. Future mothers should pay attention to their health and general wellbeing. ​

Camel milk with a high calcium and nutrient content is ideal for pregnant women with a low fat content and is rich in calcium, protein, vitamins and iron to help the foetus develop healthily. A properly composed diet should cover the daily requirement of calcium in pregnant women, especially in the third trimester. The daily calcium requirement is 1000-1200 mg. ​

– Consumption of calcium is very important because calcium helps build teeth, nerves, bones and muscles. ​

– Calcium helps your baby maintain a healthy heartbeat. ​

– Providing the recommended calcium content during pregnancy also helps future mothers to regulate their own cardiovascular, muscular and nervous systems. ​

-High levels of animal proteins in camel milk, many of which are not found in goat’s or cow’s milk, can help stimulate proper growth and development of organs and skeletal system. ​

Camel milk meets the nutritional requirements at this particular time because it boasts three times the vitamin C content and up to ten times the iron content compared to cow’s milk, as well as a wealth of proteins and calcium. ​

Camel milk is the closest to the human milk composition and is therefore very beneficial for children. Camel milk can be easily incorporated into a family’s daily diet and can replace any other milk in cooking and baking, supporting the health and resilience of the whole family.​