• Camel milk contains unsaturated fatty acids. Healthy fats help to lower cholesterol levels and thus support the proper functioning of the cardiovascular system. ​
  • The fat content of camel’s milk is approximately. 50% lower than cow’s milk. People who care about their silhouette will have an excellent low-fat alternative. ​
  • A high level of animal proteins in camel milk can help stimulate proper growth and development of the skeletal system and organs. ​
  • The high iron content of camel’s milk makes it ideal for preventing anemia. Iron is a key component of red blood cells. ​
  • Camel milk is rich in vitamin B1 (thiamine) and provides 70% of the recommended daily value per portion (200 ml). ​
  • Camel milk is also a good source of protein, containing as much as 10 grams per bottle (200. ml), which helps build muscle. ​
  • It contains calcium, which not only builds bones but also prevents osteoporosis, strengthens teeth and helps in the process of blood clotting. Camel milk provides us with 30% of our daily allowance (200 ml).​