Milk USA, a company
founded by Dr. Millie Hinkle, ND, is devoted to the research,
development, sales, and promotion of camel milk and camel
in the United
Frequently Asked Questions
A. The milk will help with
lowering glucose levels, but more
success is seen when the patient is on a low carb, gluten free, casein
free diet. Medical studies have shown that cow milk raises glucose
levels and that camel milk actually lowers glucose levels and
cholesterol. Recent studies have also shown that gluten can raise
glucose levels as well. Therefore, for best results I recommend the
camel milk along with a low carb, gluten free, casein free diet.
"die off" usually appears after the child has been on the milk for more
than a week or two, but not always. The child can exhibit symptoms such
as earache, sore throat, headache, and they may also have a low-grade
fever, in other words symptoms are more cold or flu like in nature. An
allergic reaction to the milk will appear within a few hours or days.
And the symptoms will usually result in a rash or welt or eczema and
the child may even have loose stools. If this is the case, then stop
the milk for the 72 hours recommended and then start them back on a
very low dosage. If the symptoms reoccur, then stop the camel milk. I
also have found that in many children that if I start them on DPPIV and
specific enzymes that we have for the milk in my practice, then often
the child is able to handle small amounts of the milk without any
adverse effects. The DPPIV needs to be started at least 48 hours before
ingesting the milk. If the milk is contaminated in some way then you
may see vomiting, diarrhea, fever, etc. and need to stop the milk
immediately. If the child has had a toxic exposure to an outside
element such as a chemical, pesticide, insecticide, etc. then the
autism symptoms that are neurological will be more evident, such as
outbursts and agitation, etc.
are some interesting
medical facts about camel milk:
Camel milk can be easily digested by lactose-intolerant individuals.
The lactoferrin in camel's milk has antibacterial and antiviral
properties. It also has anti-tumor properties (Ueda et al.,
Camel milk has an apparent positive effect on breast cancer (Eiseler et
Camel milk has three times the amount of vitamin C than cow's milk.
Camel milk has been used for centuries to treat liver disease, and
studies have been performed for hepatitis and liver cancer with
Camel milk is rich in B vitamins and iron.
The immunoglobulins in camel milk have been shown to protect against
types of cancer (Fage et al., 2005).
Camel milk has been used to aid in the treatment of the following
Autism (Shabo and Yagil et al., 2005)
Milk allergies (Shabo et al., 2005)
Tuberculosis (Agarwal et al., 2005)
Crohn's Disease (Shabo et al., 2005, 2006; Donechenko,