Scientists and researchers around the world have analysed and scrutinised Camel Milk and have been impressed by the results. There is a growing positive body of research which can be found on many health based and food websites, in medical journals and other medical-based resources like the PubMed database.
Researchers around the world who have studied the effects of Camel Milk believe it has a number of properties and benefits, namely:
- Anti-bacterial properties
- Anti-viral properties
- Anti-inflammatory properties
This body of work has by no means stopped, as it seems scientists and researchers are finding even more benefits that were hitherto unknown, or they are confirming previous findings that were positive.
To date, major research and studies carried out by some of the leading experts on Camel Milk has confirmed the following:
Camel Milk dramatically improved symptoms of Autism in a 2 year study carried out on 74 children
Camel Milk can be used to help normalize low blood sugar levels amongst diabetics
Camel Milk can help to reduce insulin doses amongst Type 1 diabetics and can be more easily absorbed into the body’s circulation than other insulin sources, potentially helping Type 2 diabetics
Antibodies present in Camels and Llamas are being used to develop treatments to fight Cancer, Arthritis and Alzheimer’s
Camel Milk can act as an adjuvant nutritional supplement in multiple drug resistant (MDR) Tuberculosis patients
Camel Milk can protect red blood cells from the toxic effects of Aluminum
Listed below are a number of scientific research papers and a publication, all of which have looked at the efficacy of Camel Milk in treating various ailments and conditions, and as a means of positively affecting diet and nutrition. Each paper contains a brief summary which provides details of the study and the findings: