Dr. Hinkle Participates in Testing of MERS Vaccine in Camels
Hinkle has been asked for her help with providing camels for the
testing of a new Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus
vaccine by a major U.S. university. Dr. Hinkle states that
camels that have been tested here in the U.S. have shown to be free of
the MERS coronavirus antibodies.
“We have a very
small camel population here in the U.S. and none of our camels has
shown evidence of the MERS antibodies, therefore we do not want to
chance introducing those antibodies into our milk supply here, even for
the testing of a vaccine," states Dr. Hinkle. "I have arranged for the
testing to be conducted with groups of camels in other countries that
have found evidence of the antibodies in their camels." Dr. Hinkle is
working with her contacts in other countries and is looking forward to
positive results from the study of the MERS vaccine.
2014 Projects for Camel Milk USA
is going to be an exciting year for Camel Milk USA and Dr. Millie
Hinkle. Dr. Hinkle’s book will be published in March 2014. Dr.
Hinkle also will be starting several new research projects:
first project is with soldiers who are experiencing Gulf War Syndrome
“I was contacted by a military hospital this
past fall that wanted to study the effects of camel milk on soldiers
with GWS symptoms, but the study was put on hold by the government.
Therefore, I plan to start my own independent study starting in late
January 2014 with a select group of soldiers and camel
milk. I am looking forward to this because I have worked with
few soldiers who have returned from duty with these symptoms and we
have seen such improvement,” states Dr. Hinkle.
Hinkle also will continue to work with autistic children and
diabetes patients as well, but plans to further her research with camel
milk and HIV/AIDS and hepatitis patients in 2014.
seen such impressive lab results with hepatitis patients and HIV/AIDS
patients who are on the camel milk protocol and want to reach out to
both groups to aid in further research. We have seen these
patients on the milk experience amazing results with their immune
function,” states Dr. Hinkle. “I want to further the research
hepatitis as well as HIV/AIDS groups to see if even more progress can
be made. We have seen such impressive results with
HIV/AIDS-infected children on the camel milk in Africa and want to
further that research.”
Dr. Hinkle Meets with Camelicious Dairy Manager, Discusses
Setting Up Satellite Dairy in U.S.
In August 2013 Dr. Hinkle received a request for a private
meeting with Peter Nagy, the veterinarian manager of Camelicious
in Dubai. Dr. Hinkle arranged for Mr. Nagy to
tour the IDEXX labs that developed the camel milk test kit for the U.S.
and she was able to meet personally with Mr. Nagy where she discussed
the possibility of the Dubai-based dairy starting a smaller satellite
dairy here in the U.S. She also had suggestions for
uses of the Camelicious milk in other products. Mr. Nagy
assured her that he would take her request for a satellite dairy back
to his superiors at Camelicious. She is hoping that her
request for a small dairy funded and operated by Camelicious will bring
its' expertise and knowledge and research here to the U.S. "We
greatly need the expertise and added knowledge of the camel milking
industry that a dairy like Camelicious could bring to the
U.S.," states Dr. Hinkle.
Camel Milk and Cancer Research
working with cancer patients on the camel milk protocol, Dr. Hinkle
became concerned that not all cancer patients tested well for the camel
“Several cancer patients did not test well for the camel milk, but did
test well for donkey milk,” states Dr. Hinkle.
that tested well for donkey milk have had the same impressive results
as those who tested well for camel milk. Dr. Hinkle has
for several reasons:
1. Camel milk can have elevated levels of
iron, and iron can make certain cancer grow and spread.
2. Cancer patients are low in the amino
acid glutathione, and donkey milk has elevated levels of glutathione.
Hinkle will be testing each patient that does not test well
for camel milk to see if they have elevated levels of iron or
heavy metals. “This can make a difference,” states Dr.
Hinkle. “It may be as simple as addressing iron or heavy metal
“We have seen such astonishing results with
patients on the camel milk and have heard from patients around the
world who have benefited from the camel milk. Camel milk can
enhance the effects of traditional cancer therapy as well as help with
the negative side effects of some of the medication,” states Dr.
Hinkle. She also notes that the patients on the donkey milk
experienced positive results as well. Dr. Hinkle will be doing
further research on this as well in 2014. “We will be looking
lab results for further information,” states Dr. Hinkle.
was a felony to sell camel milk in the U.S. In April 2009,
Dr. Hinkle introduced a proposal to the Food and Drug Administration's
(FDA) Committee on Interstate Milk
Shipments in Orlando, Florida. The proposal was to change the
law to allow the "camelids" to be included in the dairy laws governing
the sale of milk. Dr. Hinkle gave an impassioned speech before
The proposal was passed. Dr. Hinkle says that this will now open
the door for the testing of camel samples so that it can meet the FDA
standards and for camel dairies to be set up here in the U.S.
Camel Milk USA currently has many exciting things happening
with camel milk. Dr. Hinkle's current efforts include:
owners here in the
U.S. to set up dairies and working with labs and the FDA to get test
The test kits must be completed before the milk can be sold
commercially in stores. The kits test for antibiotic
residue in the milk. She also is working with foreign dairies to meet
the requirements needed to get their milk into the U.S. This is
involved and time consuming, but is moving along quite well. Dr. Hinkle
states that imported milk in powder form should be on store shelves
within the next six to eight months. Dr. Hinkle just finished with the
final phase of the milk test kit in April 2012, and now awaits the
green light from the FDA for the milk to be sold in
could happen by late spring 2012. “Many
been waiting for this to further their investments in the camel milk
industry here in the U.S.,” states Dr. Hinkle. She
working with several large nutritional companies at the present time.
- Dr. Hinkle was asked to
present the progress with the camel
dairies across the U.S. before the FDA and the Interstate Milk Shipment
Committee in May 2011 at the National Conference. Phase I of the milk
test kit is finally underway and Dr. Hinkle is in charge of
coordinating the milk from the dairies with the labs and the FDA. The
dairies are excited to finally be able to move forward with the test
kits and for the antibiotic residue and the somatic cell count.
- Working with autistic
children around the U.S. and across the
world with camel milk to determine the correct dosage, expected
results, etc. Dr. Hinkle cautions that not every child can drink the
milk and therefore she tests each child to determine if he or she is a
candidate for the camel milk and the correct dosage needed. Each child
Dr. Hinkle states that the autism studies are going well. The first
things that parents report noticing are an increase in verbal skills,
better sleep patterns, disappearance of gut issues, more interaction
with others and a better
attention span. In many of the children, the seizures have ceased. Dr.
Hinkle is currently involved with two international studies and one
national study on autism and allergies in children and is looking
forward to determining the role the camel milk plays in the health of
Dr. Hinkle has developed a new and more-effective protocol for camel
milk for each illness and will publish it soon. Dr. Hinkle's new method
gets beneficial results rapidly in comparison with the method of giving
the milk. Dr. Hinkle cautions parents of autistic children that camel
milk alone will not cure autism. The children in all of her studies
have to be free of vaccines, heavy metals, insecticides, pesticides,
drug residue and pathogens before the child can function normally on
his or her own. There are very specific supplements and protocols for
diabetes, autism, cancer, etc., that must be followed for the best
results. A gluten-free and casein-free diet must be followed for
autistic children and those with several other illnesses to see the
with eight major
U.S. universities on research
projects with camel milk. Dr. Hinkle states that at the present time,
there are studies being done on such things as the effect of the milk
on neurotransmitter levels in the brain, the effect of the
blood sugar level, the effect of the milk on the protein levels in
muscle, the nutritional value of the milk, the coagulation effects of
the milk in making cheese, etc.
- Dr. Hinkle has been asked to
serve as a consultant on a study
with allergies and autism with two major university medical centers in
Saudi Arabia. She is looking forward to the results of the
She also has been asked to sponsor a study with Georgetown
University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. with Crohn's Disease and
then the study will expand to include food allergies and autism as
well. This will be the first large-scale study with autism as well as
Crohn's Disease in the U.S. Dr. Hinkle is looking for funding for the
project and looks forward to getting the study underway.
- Collaborating with camel
collect blood and urine samples from camels to be frozen and
labatory studies in the coming year. Camel blood and the
urine contains unique antibodies that are smaller in
structure than those
of mammals and have the ability to survive both acid and alkaline
environments. Due to the small size of the antibodies, they
able to pass through the digestive tract and reach the bloodstream in a
stable form, penetrating the crevices of cancerous tumors and
destroying them. Studies
done in Belgium
with camel blood antibodies and colon cancer and in Saudi Arabia
with the nano-particles from camel urine with leukemia, lung,
pancreatic, stomach, brain and breast cancer have been exceptional.
of camel urine antibodies is for cardiovascular disease; it
acts as a
stimulate to strengthen the heart muscle. Camel milk also has been used
studies to lower cholesterol levels.
- Dr. Hinkle is working with
specific camel dairies in a new study
to increase the immunoglobulins
milk. A combination of special herbs, seeds and oil is added to the
camel's diet to raise the level of immunoglobulins in
the milk. This is critically important for adults and children with
immune system disorders such as cancer and autism. It should help with
a boost to the immune system as well as enhance the health benefits of
the milk. Dr. Hinkle is looking forward to the lab results of the milk.
- Gathering and carding camel
textile design studies. The camel’s coat has the ability to
Dr. Hinkle wants to look at working with textile products that can be
individuals who have sensitivity to the sun, such as patients with skin
to keep the rays of the sun deflected away from the body.
- Conducting a medical study
one of the top holistic veterinarians
in the U.S.
in the first domestic study
pets with cancer and the positive effects of camel milk. Things look
promising for those people who
really love their pets and will do anything to help them. The insulin
camel milk helps with the diabetes in the animals and the antibodies
camel have the ability to penetrate a cancerous tumor cell and destroy
Hinkle is very excited to be conducting this study, and this will open
whole new market here in the U.S.
for the milk.
- Working to stop the pegging of
world. This is a cruel practice and causes severe pain to the camel.
Many camel are dying around the world from infection from this
practice. Dr. Hinkle is working with rope manufacturers to obtain rope
for making camel halters. Workshops are to be conducted and halters
given away for free to any camel owners who will agree to cease the
practice of using pegs. The
practice of using
pegs to lead the camel
needs to be changed to a kinder, more humane method.
- Dr. Hinkle was contacted by
the television show Drop
Dead Diva to
them on a forthcoming show.
- Dr. Hinkle is featured in Bark
magazine, consulted on an article that will be featured in Mental Floss
magazine in the near
future, and was featured in Grit
magazine in June 2011.
- Dr. Hinkle is featured in
the December 2011/January 2012 issue of Animal Wellness
- She also is featured in the
Fall 2011 issue of
magazine. This magazine
has the largest circulation in the Middle East.
- Dr. Hinkle was a guest on
on Sirius radio in November 2010. Mr. Thomas was a regular on
Brown and Cheers
In a recent study with
138 autistic children, Dr. Hinkle
discovered that 100% of the children needed colostrum from the camel.
"Camel colostrum is rare and expensive and is needed by the baby camel
for immunity," states Dr. Hinkle. She currently is working
international scientific group to develop custom made formulas for
autistic children, chemically sensitive individuals, and cancer
patients, using the patients' serum and the immunoglobulins from camel
colostrum. Dr. Hinkle is excited to take part in this new and
innovative therapy and is looking forward to the trial results.
- In March 2011, Dr. Hinkle
was a guest on the Luis
the #1 Spanish talk radio show in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The show
also is heard worldwide via its website, making it the #1
Spanish talk show in the world online.
- Dr. Hinkle plans the first
U.S. study with diabetes and camel
milk. "We have had such great results with Type I
and Type II diabetes that we are looking forward to a more-indepth
study," states Dr. Hinkle. "Camel milk has approximately 56 units of
insulin per liter," she explains.
- Due to the many calls and
Dr. Hinkle's schedule and the ongoing studies she is involved in, a
consultation must be scheduled. For appointment times and
is happening with camel research at the moment and Camel Milk USA
the way here in the U.S.
Efforts in Africa
U.S. government agreed recently to offer aid to the African nations of
Somalia and Ethiopia for their camel industries. Dr. Hinkle has been in
contact with U.S. senators and congressmen from her state of North
Carolina to try and give her perspective on the camel industry in
Africa. Dr. Hinkle feels that she is qualified to give input from the
side of existing dairies in Africa because she has been contacted by
many of the diaries begging for her help in getting an outlet for their
Dr. Hinkle is working to get the message to the
proper political channels that there is already milk available from
existing dairies in those countries, but not a market for the sale of
the milk. Dairies contact Dr. Hinkle asking for her help with
pasteurization techniques and machinery to freeze dry the milk, powder
the milk and pasteurize the milk.
“People are starving in
Africa and there are more camels in Africa than any other place in the
world, but there is no infrastructure to get the milk from camel owners
to the marketplace, and no outlet for the sale of the milk that is
large enough to sustain the industry, unless something is done to
create better methods of preserving the milk, and most importantly for
an outlet for the sale of the milk,” states Dr. Hinkle.
at the World Health Organization have stated in the past that the issue
of famine and starvation could possibly be eliminated with camel milk.
Camel milk is a complete food and therefore starving populations could
live and even thrive on the milk. Powders or freeze-dried milk could be
dropped by air into remote regions anywhere in the world, not just
Africa, where there are starving people and then reconstituted with no
worry about refrigeration or shelf life. Existing dairies, as well as
new dairies in African nations, need pasteurization and freeze-dry
machines. Governments need to set up an agency to oversee the proper
sanitation and operation of these dairies. Loans need to be made
available for new dairies, especially for women who in many cases are
supporting families in those countries, as well as assistance or loans
being made available for improvements to existing dairies to bring them
up to the proper sanitation codes.
“I have been contacted
by women from countries, such as Pakistan, Africa and Iraq, who own
camels but do not have the funds to start a small dairy, even though
they say that they have an outlet for the sale of their milk. There is
no aid available. It is just unacceptable that financial aid cannot be
found for these people who are doing nothing more than trying to have a
better life for themselves and their children,” states Dr. Hinkle.
Hinkle feels that if freeze-dry machines could be made available to the
dairies in Africa through some type of government assistance or loan,
then if the dairies could work together to form an association or co-op
that meets strict regulations governing camel milk, then freeze-dried
or powdered milk could possibly be sold to organizations that work with
the World Health Organization, where that milk could then be used to
help end starvation around the world.
A company in Israel
that manufactures portable machines has contacted Dr. Hinkle, and they
want to expand into Africa. With these stations in place, any nomad or
tribesman could lead their camels to the portable milking stations,
milk the camels and leave the milk, which could then be kept cold until
a truck collects the milk and takes it to a processing facility.
are companies in the U.S. and Germany who make state-of-the-art
freeze-dry machines as well as pasteurization machines that could be
made available to dairies in these countries. There are IDEXX Labs
located in the U.S. with affiliates worldwide that have developed test
kits for camel milk that can be made readily available and used at any
location, no matter how remote and at very little cost.
Hinkle hopes that her voice will be heard by government officials and
that the correct action will be implemented. “The answer is not just
new dairies, but to help the existing dairies as well. These dairies
are begging us for our help,” states Dr. Hinkle.
Alzheimer's Study With Camel Milk
Dr. Hinkle has just completed a six-month study with a small group of
Alzheimer's patients and camel milk. Dr. Hinkle worked with nine
patients who were all in early stages of Alzheimer's and the results
"were very promising," states Dr. Hinkle.
Dr. Hinkle used a specific protocol that she developed in combination
with the camel milk. "The results were evident within a few weeks,"
states Dr. Hinkle. The following positive results were noted in all the
- Sleep patterns improved.
- Eating habits improved.
- Patients became more vocal and interacted with others more
were able to participate in conversations as well as remember
conversations from previous days.
- There was less confusion, less repetition, less aggression
less mood swings
- within the first month.
- Patients were able to complete tasks and remain on target
tasks were completed.
- Memory recall improved when patients were asked to remember
specific dates or events.
- Physical activity improved.
"I am very pleased with the results of the study," states Dr. Hinkle.
"But we need to see what the long-term benefits will be with patients
and we also need to work with specialists involving a long-term study
with more patients so that we may track those patients for several
years. We know from recent research completed that camel milk
antibodies are able to cross the brain barrier and therefore we can
piggyback specific supplements and medications, etc., with each patient
to cross the brain barrier in order to work toward improving the
symptoms and to hopefully stop the progression of Alzheimer's," says
See her blog Camel Milk Health by Dr. Millie Hinkle
for a more
information on the Alzheimer's study.
Lyme Disease Patients Experience Benefits of Camel Milk
Dr. Hinkle has been working with Lyme disease patients for the last
three years and the results have been impressive for many of the
patients. Patients see joint pain decrease, sleep patterns improve, gut
issues improve, rashes disappear and the ability to think clearly
improves as “brain fog” lifts. Lyme patients are on
antibiotics, which destroy much of the good gut flora, and the camel
milk helps in keeping it in balance. Camel milk is known for its
antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties. Dr. Hinkle is
studying the effects of the milk on the Lyme spirochetes. She utilizes
a specific protocol with the milk to increase the opportunity for more
favorable results. Dr. Hinkle’s approach works to weaken the
spirochetes so that more positive results are experienced by patients
as the milk also provides support to the immune system. The results
have been amazing.
Hepatitis Patients See Normal Liver Enzyme Panels on Camel
Dr. Hinkle has been very pleased with the results she is seeing with
hepatitis patients on the camel milk. She has witnessed case after case
of hepatitis patients whose liver enzymes have been normal for the
first time in years while on the milk. One 80-year-old patient’s
test results were normal after 40 years of elevated liver enzymes after
being on the milk for only two weeks. “The story is the same over
and over and I am looking forward to working with more hepatitis
patients and their doctors to hopefully give them a brighter future for
their health.” Dr. Hinkle cautions that each case is different
and that more studies need to be completed with larger groups of
individuals. She is seeking funding for a long-term study on the
effects of the camel milk in treating hepatitis and expects to see the
same positive results she has noted so far. "The antiviral properties
in the milk seem to dissipate the inflammation of the liver and the
milk also provides many of the nutrients needed for healthy liver
function,” states Dr. Hinkle.
Camel Milk, Donkey Milk Studies
Cytokines, Autism and Camel Milk Study
Dr. Hinkle has been asked to head up a study to be conducted at
Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. in which
cytokines and the effect they have on the autistic child will be
studied. The study will be based on the theory that newborns
over-vaccinated and these multiple vaccines cause overproduction of
inflammatory cytokines such as gamma interferon. This
overproduction of gamma interferon then triggers hyperproduction of
cell surface receptors for these cytokines. These receptors
found mostly in the brain and gut. The extent of the reaction
each child is due in part to genetic factors. The
of the inflammatory cytokines leads to hypersensitivity to many things
such as food, chemicals, etc. One way to control this immune
system response is to give the patient camel milk that has been
enriched with antibodies against gamma interferon that will be absorbed
through the digestive tract. Dr. Hinkle will be working with
approximately 125 autistic children in this $5 million dollar study
that will be the largest study so far in the U.S. with autistic
children. “I am looking forward to the start of the study
and to a positive outcome,” states Dr. Hinkle.
Donkey Milk Study
Dr. Hinkle is very excited with the newest study she is conducting
utilizing donkey milk. “There is so much that is good about this
milk,” states Dr. Hinkle. The donkey is the closest to the human
in chromosomes (we share 60 chromosomes with the donkey). Donkey milk
is high in the amino acid glutathione and in selenium, the mineral
needed to make glutathione. Glutathione is often low in autistic
children, cancer patients and diabetics. This amino acid helps to
prevent free radical damage and is important in the detoxification of
the liver. Glutathione also acts as a chelator for heavy metals such as
lead, mercury, arsenic, etc. and other toxins.
Donkey milk is also high in Omega 3 and 6, which are needed for a
healthy heart, brain and for healing gut tissues. Donkey milk is also
rich in the enzyme lysozyme, which aids in destroying harmful bacteria
in the gut. The donkey milk is high in vitamins, minerals and all the
essential amino acids. Studies have shown that donkey milk stimulates
the metabolism, which lowers cholesterol and triglycerides in heart
patients. Donkey milk has also shown to work with the pancreatic cells
to aid in the treatment of diabetes.
Donkey milk has 85% less cholesterol than cow milk. Dr. Hinkle has
found that autistic children have responded in many cases better to the
donkey milk than the camel milk. “There are children who did
not do well on the camel milk who have tested very well with the donkey
milk and I am looking forward to testing more children. Many
autistic children seem to reach a plateau on the camel milk and the
donkey milk may be the next step in moving them forward,” states
“I am conducting the first and only study with donkey milk here
in the U.S. and I am impressed with what I am seeing and am looking
forward to testing more children,” says Dr. Hinkle. Dr. Hinkle is
now setting up donkey dairies across the U.S. as she did with the camel
dairies. “The wonderful thing about the donkey milk is that
it tastes so sweet and does not have the taste that many people did not
like about the camel milk. There is no smell and the taste is
delicious,” says Dr. Hinkle. Dr. Hinkle is currently accepting
patients into this study.
Camel Milk and Maple Syrup Study
Since February 2013, Dr. Hinkle and Camel Milk USA have been involved
in extensive research with camel milk and maple syrup. “The results
have been absolutely amazing,” states Dr. Hinkle. “I have had such
positive results with the camel milk in the treatment of ailments over
the past four years, but the combination of the maple syrup paste with
camel milk has taken the results even further.”
Studies at the University of Quebec and the University of Rhode Island
led Dr. Hinkle to take a closer look at combining camel milk with maple
syrup in some form in the fight against specific illnesses. Dr. Hinkle
was able to isolate specific nutraceuticals and combine them in a paste
form for each individual and each illness.
Dr. Hinkle cautions that it is not just combining camel milk and maple
syrup that has resulted in such promising results. “It must be in
specific amounts or dosages,” states Dr. Hinkle. A specific grade and
specific dosage of maple syrup must be utilized, she explains, as
well as specific nutraceuticals that are then combined into a paste and
followed by a specific waiting period before taking a specified dosage
of the camel milk.
Dr. Hinkle has tested
more than 257 individuals with positive results across the board. Some
of these results are:
patients: Blood sugar levels stabilize much
faster with better results. Many diabetics were able to discontinue
medication and almost all are able to reduce their dosages of
patients: Liver enzyme functions improved in a
very short time. Abdominal pain
- Lyme disease
patients: Less joint pain, brain fog cleared, fatigue was
less within a very short period of
children: The results have been
impressive with faster responses than with camel milk alone. Quicker
vocabulary responses, better sleep patterns, no spiking of blood sugar
levels. Maple syrup is low in purines and oxalates as
patients: Made more verbal progress and cognitive
recall, as well as improvement in motor skills, than with camel milk
patients: Dr. Hinkle has started with
patient study and looks forward to working with patients on the camel
milk and maple syrup protocol. Camel milk in combination with maple
to enhance the effects of some cancer treatments while helping with the
negative side effects of the traditional cancer treatments. Studies
have shown that maple syrup is beneficial in slowing down the spread of
cancer cells especially in the brain, prostrate and lungs.
Dr. Hinkle believes that the positive results she has seen with the
combination of the maple syrup paste and camel milk results from
- Maple syrup and camel milk are both carrying agents and
are able to cross the blood/brain barrier and permeate cell
- Both camel milk and maple syrup have
no other found in any other animal or plant that seem to help in the
fight against diseases, such as cancer, diabetes and bacterial
camel milk and maple syrup are high in specific vitamins and minerals
needed for proper immune system
- Both camel milk and maple syrup are
thyroid and reproductive health.
Dr. Hinkle is looking for funding and patients for a further study with
heart disease, because both maple syrup and camel milk have shown
positive results in heart disease.
Other Milks and Products
currently working with several other milks and testing them with
patients. She works with llama, donkey, and water buffalo, as
as the camel milk. “The llama is in the camelid
the milk tests much the same as the camel milk with
says Dr. Hinkle. Dr. Hinkle is working with water buffalo
and donkey farms here in the U.S. studying the donkey and water buffalo
milk. “The results have been better than I could
imagined,” states Dr. Hinkle. The donkey milk is
Europe; countries such as France, Belgium and Italy use the milk in
hospitals with newborns to boost their immunity. It is high in
immunoglobulins and protein. There is almost 5 times more
the donkey milk compared to only 3 times more in camel milk when
compared to cow milk. It is also very high in antioxidants
vitamins A, D, E and calcium and phosphorus, and that combined with the
fact that it shares 60 chromosomes with the human compared to only 52
from the camel, makes it an unbelievable choice for cancer patients and
immune suppressed individuals such as newborns and autistic
children. Dr. Hinkle has also been working with water buffalo
dairies here in the U.S. and Canada to promote the water buffalo milk.
“Many patients who cannot tolerate cow, goat or camel milk do
very well on the water buffalo milk. I have worked with the
for patients on casein free diets for almost 30 years and they do very
well on the cheese when they are not able to handle other
cheese,” states Dr. Hinkle. The water buffalo milk
percent higher in fatty acids and 40 percent lower in cholesterol than
cow milk. These fatty acids are so important for the gut and
brain. She has many autistic children on the water buffalo
well as the donkey milk. She is also working with other food
nutrients, such as the black rice and its extremely high level of
antioxidants. She is working with one nutraceutical company
is experimenting with extracting the liquid antioxidants from the rice
and making it into concentrated drops. There is so much
in the world of alternative and complementary medicine, and Dr. Hinkle
is constantly working to bring this information to her patients in the
U.S. and around the world.
Dairies Producing Camel
scores of e-mails and phone calls daily
asking for a dairy selling raw camel milk. Dr. Hinkle does not sell
camel milk. She is involved in camel medical research with the milk and
with patients around the world. Each state has laws that govern the
sale of milk. According to the FDA it is illegal to transport or sell
raw camel milk across state lines. Each state has laws that also govern
the sale of milk, therefore individuals need to check with the
government of each state to know what the laws are regarding the sale
of raw camel milk within that state. Again, Dr. Hinkle does not sell
camel milk nor is she responsible for anyone buying milk from dairies
selling the milk and cautions each individual to be aware of the FDA
and USDA laws governing the sale of raw milk. (Individuals drinking raw
camel milk are doing so at their own risk.)
If you have purchased camel milk from a dairy that is not a
of the American Camel Coalition and are experiencing issues
related to safety and/or health, you can contact Dr. Hinkle to set up
an appointment for a consultation to discuss the problems. Her phone
number is 1-919-928-0821.
American-Iraqi Society of Camel Research
Dr. Hinkle has been appointed President of the
Society of Camel Research (AISCR). She is excited to be working with
scientists and research specialists in the camel industry in Iraq to
further the development of camel milk research with universities in
About Dr. Hinkle
- Millie Hinkle, ND, DH, HHP,
has been in practice since
1987. Having received her training in the U.S., Germany, and
France, she is
board-certified by the American Naturopathic Medical Association. Other
certifications include a Holistic Health Practitioner through the
American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She also holds a
has training in Radiology, and an associate degree of applied science
hygiene. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a
Bachelor of Health and Physical Education. She has also held
memberships in the National
Health Federation, the American Preventative Medical Association, and
the Coalition for Natural Health.
- Dr. Hinkle is nationally
known for her work and has appeared on
numerous television and radio programs. She has lectured
across the U.S. and Canada. She has had articles published about her
works in Healing
Spas, The American Massage
Therapy Association's Massage
Journal, The Olive
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Wall Street Journal as well
other newspapers across the U.S. Dr. Hinkle is available for
teaching and speaking engagements throughout the U.S. and abroad.