Here is how Camels Milk compares to cows milk
Camel Milk contains a higher concentration of minerals like iron, zinc, potassium, copper, sodium and magnesium. It has has higher vitamin A and B2 levels. It also contains more protein than cow milk.
Camel Milk has 3 times the amount of Vitamin C than cow milk. It contains more
unsaturated fatty acids and essential B-vitamins than cow milk.
Camel Milk contains lower cholesterol than cow milk and has a different composition of whey proteins and caseins, which is a big reason why it has more healing properties than cow milk.
There is also a lower amount of lactose which makes it easier for lactose-intolerant people to digest and consume. Camel Milk has more effective antibacterial and antiviral characteristics than cow milk.
And lastly, it does not solidify easily and is easier to digest than cow milk.
Camel Milk doesn’t curdle!