Camel milk is a good source of vitamins, insulin and insulin like protein. A recent study carried out by a group in Saudi Arabia and published in BMC Complementary Alternative Medicine has shown that camel milk increases glutathione levels and catalase activity, as well as decreasing insulin resistance and improving lipid profiles. The group concludes that regular consumption of camel milk may be helpful in preventing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, reducing high cholesterol and be beneficial to patients with insulin resistant diabetes.
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Korish AA et al. Camel milk ameliorates steatohepatitis, insulin resistance and lipid peroxidation in experimental non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2013 Oct.