Falling In Love With Desert Farms’s Camel Milk
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For centuries, camel milk has been an important source of nutrition for nomadic culture in harsh environments such as deserts. Now it is tried and liked by people all over the world because of its high nutrition. Camel milk is rich in many nutrients that are important for overall health. In terms of calories, protein and carbohydrate content, camel milk is comparable to whole milk. However, it has a lower saturated fat content and provides more vitamin C, B vitamins, calcium, iron and potassium. Camel milk tastes like milk, but it has a unique taste, which is lighter and sweeter than milk.
1.Camel milk is rich in nutrients
The nutritional content of camel milk is similar to that of whole milk, but it contains less saturated fat and more long-chain fatty acids, linoleic acid and unsaturated fatty acids. These fats can support brain and heart health and provide more vitamin C, B vitamins, calcium, iron and potassium.
2. Camel milk is more suitable for people with lactose intolerance or milk allergy
Lactose intolerance is a common condition caused by the lack of lactase, which is an enzyme needed to digest sugar in dairy products, called lactose. Consuming dairy products can cause bloating, diarrhea and abdominal pain. Camel milk contains less lactose than milk, which makes it easier for many people with lactose intolerance.
3.Camel milk can lower blood sugar and insulin
Camel milk can lower blood sugar and increase insulin sensitivity, especially for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The study found that in addition to diet, exercise, and insulin treatment, adults with type 1 diabetes who drank 2 cups (500 ml) of camel milk a day had lower blood sugar and insulin levels than people who did not take camel milk.
4.Camel milk is easier to add to the diet
Camel milk can be eaten directly or used in coffee, tea, smoothies, baked goods, etc. If you have a picky kid, add some chocolate or strawberry syrup to a glass of camel milk, or make a smoothie with your favorite fruit, you will find that this is really delicious that cannot be expressed in words.
However, camel milk is almost more expensive than other shops, and it has become a problem that people are most concerned about. This is because:
1. Like other mammals, camels usually produce milk after giving birth, and their pregnancy lasts longer than humans (approximately 13-14 months).
2. On the other hand, the milk production of camels is much lower than that of dairy cows, about 6 liters per day, compared to 24 liters of typical domestic dairy cows.
3. In the United States, where the camel milking business is still very new, camels appear in small family dairy farms in the Midwest. Most dairy farms have only 2 to 20 camels, and the United States does not have as many advanced camel breeding technologies as the Middle East. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration also severely restricted the import of camel milk into the United States, thereby pushing up the prices of consumer products.
Description of Desert Farms:
Desert Farms' enthusiasm for camel milk began in Saudi Arabia. When the founder Walid was visiting his family in his hometown of Jeddah, a friend brought a plastic bag of camel milk to him. He couldn't forget the fresh feeling. But then he couldn't find it anywhere in the store. So Walid began his camel adventure. Desert Farms now brings the products of these rural households to eager consumers in California and other states. All camels in Desert Farms are raised on pastures, which means they can eat all the different natural flora in the pastures, which is a natural diet that their bodies can easily cope with-and keep them happy and healthy. Desert Farms’ products include fresh and frozen camel milk, Camel Milk Powder, Camel Fat.
This powder is made from 100% pure camel milk. Camel Milk Powder is a rich dairy source for everyone, drink it plain or add it to your favorite smoothie.
Hump Fat contains: Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), Arachidonic acid, Caprice acid, Lauric Acid, Stearic Acid, Palmitoleic Acid, Beta Carotene, plus vitamins A, E, K, B12, and Biotin. And there’s 3x MORE Oleic acid (Omega 9) than in coconut oil.