To be honest, I was originally skeptical about the nutritional value of camel milk. My skepticism took a serious turn while I was attending an event and found myself seated beside Walid Abdul-Wahab, the man who had introduced camel milk to America.
As the event continued on, I found myself unable to fight curiosity and before I knew it, I had zoned out of the live event and into PubMed instead, trying to see if there was any real research out there regarding camel milk.
After browsing for a while, I was literally blown away by what I was reading. Poor Walid had to suffer my continuous exclaims of fascination as I read study after study and saw for the first time that camel milk had serious nutritional potential. For multiple reasons which are all discussed in detail in this article, it is a great alternative for those who suffer from allergies to normal cow milk or have dairy intolerance.
Generally speaking, are dairy products good for you? The answer is not straightforward, you can read more about how dairy effects your body here.
Not only is camel milk easier to digest, but it also lacks the need to be homogenized and has been supported to aid against several diseases such as Cancer, Diabetes, and Autism.