Skip to comments.Is your baby allergic to cow’s milk? This camel’s milk formula could be the answer
Posted on 02/23/2018 11:14:48 AM PST by nickcarraway
The milk primarily targets infants allergic to cows milk. Camel milk for centuries was a staple for Bedouin peoples across the Gulf, who continue to include the vitamin-rich milk in their modern-day diets.
A UAE-based company has unveiled what it calls the worlds first camel-based baby formula, an instant powder mix aimed mainly at infants allergic to cows milk. The Emirates Industry for Camel Milk & Products, or Camelicious, on Monday unveiled the product at Gulfood 2018, an international food and beverage trade event which runs from February 18 to 22 in Dubai.
The milk, which it says is suitable for children ages one to three, primarily targets infants allergic to cows milk. Camel milk for centuries was a staple for Bedouin peoples across the Gulf, who continue to include the vitamin-rich milk in their modern-day diets.
Both camel milk and meat have gained popularity as a delicatessen in the Gulf in recent years, with camel chocolates, camel carpaccio, camel burgers and now camel baby formula making their way into restaurants and kitchens.
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Goat’s milk also works, and it is already somewhat available.
I had to drink goat’s milk way back in the early 40s——the milkman deliver it-———remember them?:-)
No species should be drinking another specie’s milk.
My mother told me I had been allergic to cow’s milk so I was put on goat’s milk. Don’t know for how long, but I’m no longer allergic so don’t believe it was past a very early age.
Coins don’t make milk.
“Coins dont make milk.”
Aaaaw,man,:-),shaking head here.
Another muslim soft-vector in their quest to take over the world.
First it was daylight savings time, now camels milk.
Specie = coins
God created camels, Muslim’s didn’t. Camels were around a long time before Muslims.
They should try A2 milk. It s all A2 protein like goats milk.
Just get RAW cow’s milk.
I’m well aware of that——I GOT the joke.
Sorry to be a smartass!
You weren’t a smartass,you were a poster.
Sometimes something that would be understandable verbally comes off completely different when written.
It happens to us all,no big deal.
More digestable and nutritious.
Cow’s milk is for an animal 10X a human’s mass; goat is similar in mass.
Goat’s does not require homogenization either.
The worst problem with Western cows is A1 casein protein.
I was not breast fed. Cow’s milk ruined my health, and ultimately forced me into the alternative health field to finally become healthy.
Ideally, I agree. Unfortunately, we live in a compromised, very unideal, world.
Goat’s milk can have many benefits for those with impaired health.
I never got any milk (or colostrum) from my species - because the secular, arrogant medical doctor told my mother not to do so. Being a cookie-cutter conservative who believed the doctor knew best, she complied, sentencing me to decades of needless suffering.
The so-called experts are not.
“———sentencing me to decades of needless suffering.”
What kind of suffering?
Technically, goat contains small amounts of A1, but overall it is far more digestable, more nutritious, and more alkaline, without homogenization (which is not harmless).
I have been able to get fresh, raw goat’s milk where I live.
I react strongly to A1, so even goat affects me a bit, but it’s many benefits have overshadowed that one negative.
I have not heard that about goats milk and we had dairy goats for 25 years. Do you have a source on that? The A1 protein was a genetic mutation in cows about 3000 years ago. We no longer have goats so I was very happy when A2 came to the US. We use it mostly for making kefir, although it is delicious to drink.
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