Resources

Following is a list of resources that you can read for more information about the benefits of camel milk:

Camel milk as an adjunct to insulin therapy improves long-term glycemic control and reduction in three stars RP Agrawal, R Beniwal, DK Kochar, FC Tuteja, SK

Diabetes research and clinical practice, 2005 – Elsevier2005-01-01

Effect of Raw Camel Milk in Type 1 Diabetic Patients: 1 Year Randomized Study

Effect of Camel Milk on Glycemic Control, Risk Factors and Diabetes Quality of Life in Type-1 Diabetes, A Randomized Prospective Controlled Study

Other Clinical Trials in Israel and Germany that demonstrates anti-diabetic properties

Camel Milk for Food Allergies in Children

Etiology of Autism and Camel Milk as Therapy, International Journal of Human Development, Volume 4, Issue 2, p.67-70 (2005),
Authors:Shabo, Y.; Yagil, R.   Abstract:  4 yr old drank camel’s milk after 40 days, no more autistic symptoms; 15 yr old autism disappears after 30 days when drinking camel’s milk; 21 yr old drinks camel’s milk and autism symptoms significantly reduce.

Konuspayeva G, Faye B, Loiseau G, Levieux D.
Lactoferrin and immunoglobulin contents in camel’s milk (Camelus bactrianus, Camelus dromedarius, and Hybrids) from Kazakhstan.
J Dairy Sci. 2007 Jan;90(1):38-46.

Article in Russian:
1: Vopr Pitan. 1981 May-Jun;(3):10-4. Links
[Effectiveness of peptic ulcer diet therapy using rations
containing whole mare’s and camel’s milk]

Agrawal RP, Budania S, Sharma P, Gupta R, Kochar DK, Panwar RB, Sahani MS.
Zero prevalence of diabetes in camel milk consuming Raica community of north-west Rajasthan, India.
Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 2006 Nov 10

Camel Antibodies Are Unique And Rare
“An unusual source for antibody–based therapeutics”
Excerpt: “Llamas, camels, and their relatives create extremely small antibodies, which scientists hope can be used to burrow into the crevices of a cancerous tumor or a pre–arthritic joint—places that conventional antibodies are too large to enter.”