Why Camel Milk?
Camels are considered one of the most evolved land mammals on Earth. They have been milked for thousands of years and provided the most nutritious whole food source for communities in some of the most arid and unforgiving land in the world.
Camel milk has 10 x more iron and 3-5 times more vitamin C than dairy milk. It is high in Omega 3, Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Protein and does not contain beta-casein 6 and beta-lactoglobulin which can contribute to dairy allergies. Camel milk has a unique molecular nature and healing properties.
Research suggests that camel milk is highly beneficial for the following:
- Dairy Intolerence
- Gut and bowel dysfunction
- Crohn’s Disease
QCamel camels are pasture fed. The first camel dairy on the East Coast of Australia, the dairy was accredited as a producer in 2014 and produced the first pasteurised camel milk in Australia.