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Diabetes Natural Cures-Raw Camel Milk a Natural Insulin for Type 1

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 7

Camel Milk Therapy as a Supplement to routine Diabetic Management

Most of us never give a second thought to how expensive diabetes treatment is. According to Forbes' list of the most expensive diseases, diabetes has long been one of the most disturbing causes of America's skyrocketing health costs.

Diabetes is a condition where a person's own body has attacked itself, destroying the insulin producing cell in the pancreas. This is the reason diabetics cannot produce enough insulin, whose function is to regulate blood sugar levels. Of the three types of diabetes, the most common is type 2 diabetic mellitus, which is as a result of our lifestyles options such as frequent intake of junk foods, physical inaction, excessive alcohol and smoking.

Lately, its worth to notice a rise in diabetes type 1 which mostly develops in young people. some mothers and children are at times seriously affected by gestational diabetes which develops during pregnancy.

Camel Milk Therapy-Does it Work?

The major treatment of type 1 is insulin replacement. Modern insulin therapy is far from satisfactory. Oral insulin therapy has been known for many years and presumably rated the best treatment but due to the below important drawbacks, it forces people to adopt alternative therapies:

Camel Milk Therapy(50461)
  • It takes more time and effort
  • It is expensive
  • Its 'coagulum' formation nature in the stomach due to acidic environment reduces its effectiveness
  • Constant episodes of abnormally low blood sugar (hypoglycemia)
  • Gain in weight

Drinking camel milk for treatment of diabetes is one of the most effective ways of managing the disease. Camel milk has special medicinal properties not found in milk of other mammals. Among the relevant properties are:

  • Its lack of formation of coagulum in the stomach unlike other milk and modern insulin therapy makes it more effective in delivery of therapeutic levels of insulin 'unchanged' to the intestine, allowing for absorption of insulin. This is mainly due to its high concentration of  ascorbic acid and the milk is deficient of layers of fat instead dispersion of fat in the milk is in small particles.
  • Its antiviral and antibacterial properties treats such disease as respiratory ailments, hepatitis, ulcers and tuberculosis.

This explains why camel milk uptake is a common practice in Africa and Asia as an alternative therapy to diabetes mellitus.



Jun 14, 2011 9:58am
Great information on camel milk use for diabetes.
Jun 15, 2011 2:54am
Thanks Lynsuz, expect many more to come. I love infobarrel 'writers' community.
Jun 14, 2011 11:06am
Not many shops selling camel milk around here though. We have a shortage of the camels ;-)
Jun 22, 2011 1:50am
@ Spondicious, samsons1 and others: Most of the dairies in the USA that are members of the American Camel Coalition (ACC) have milk available directly from the farm. This coalition is made up of camel milk producing dairies across the U.S. The Coalition has very strict guidelines for its members, which enables it to provide a clean and safe milk to the public. All members must present certification from a licensed veterinarian that their camels are in good health and have been tested for pathogens common to camels, such as Brucellosis and Tuberculosis. Dr. Millie Hinkle the founder of the coalition in 2009, testifies that her diabetic patients are all singing the praises of the milk. Cancer patients on the milk lessens the side-effects on chemotherapy hence enhancing chemotherapy treatment for thos undergoing the treatment. She however cautions everyone to check with their physicians and to make their own decisions before undergoing any alternative therapy of any kind. So, find the milk at Camel Milk USA or the dairy nearest you. All the dairies that are members of the ACC sell milk that is antibiotic and hormone free. For the UK consumers, I am still researching for the best camel milk outlet :=)
Jun 14, 2011 2:54pm
Very interesting and informative article. Since we don't have that many camels in America, I hope that OPEC don't hear of this or they just may try to raise the cost of camel's milk in direct proportion to the oil prices...
Jun 14, 2011 4:45pm
I wish we could get the camel's milk here and I wonder if it would help lactose intolerant people also.
Jun 22, 2011 1:18am
Camel milk is good for lactose intolerance, because it has only a small amount of lactose and is well tolerated by individuals that are lactose intolerant.
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