Monday, March 15, 2010

Camel Milk More Nutritious than Milk Cow


Camel's milk is more nutritious than cow's milk because milk is lower in fat and cholesterol, but more rich potassium, iron and minerals such as sodium and magnesium.

The conclusion is the contents of the Fifth Conference document Food Safety International in Dubai, which was held 22-25 February at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center.

The document says, "The camel is an important part in the tradition and Arab culture and the milk is an important food component in the Emirates and other Arab countries."

The document entitled "Standrds for Camel Milk" was submitted by Fatima Abdulrahman, Food Microbiology Expert leader in the Dubai Central Laboratory Dubai Municipality, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

"Now, camel milk is very important for human survival in many other countries," said Fatima in the document.

"There are 18 million camels in the world that supports human survival in the half-barren areas," such as the contents of the document was quoted as saying in news agency United Arab Emirates, WAM.

Fatima said camel's milk taste is usually sweet and sharp, but it was salty and sometimes at other times seemed watery.

"The quality of milk is influenced by the number of child camel, the animal ages, levels of animal feed children, the quality and quantity of food, and the amount of water available," said Fatima.

When talking about the benefits of camel's milk, she said, camel milk is an abundant source of protein with the activity and the potential for antimicrobial protection.

"Some proteins were not found in cow's milk, even if it is found only slightly. Camel's milk does not need to be cooked until boiling like a cow or goat's milk. Camel's milk, which is rich in taste, must be taken slowly to allow the stomach to digest, "said Fatima.

She says several studies have been conducted in connection with the composition of camel milk.

"All of these studies indicate that the fat content of camel milk per unit is 1.8 percent-3, 8 percent. Vitamin C and Niacin much higher in camel milk. Vitamins and different proteins in camel milk. But the amount of lactose in milk camels with lactose in cow's milk, "said Fatima.

She continued, "camel milk contains less vitamin A, B2, folic acid and acid panthonthenic compared to cow's milk, which can be viewed on the composition of the unfortunate camel milk."

About drinking camel's milk raw, She said camel's milk is not cooked to create a "brucellosis".

"Bacteria` `brucellosis transmitted to humans through dairy products are not processed. Direct contact with infected animals and environmental pollution through the animal's blood and infected tissue also can cause brucellosis ``, "She said.

Camel's milk also has lived longer than other types of milk because of some special arrangements and strong.

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