Saturday, November 13, 2010

A cuppa ‘camel-ccino’ anyone?

I thought I’d share with you an article I read recently on the benefits of camel milk. That’s right. Camel milk.











Apparently, camel milk…
-         is low in fat (approximately 2% less than cow milk)
-         reduces cholesterol
-         boasts immune system
-         is a great alternative for people with lactose intolerance
-         is rich in calcium, promoting healthy grow of embryo during pregnancy
-         has anti-ageing properties
-         is good for healthy bones, nails, hair, teeth and skin
Who knew?!
In fact, a series of camel milk by-products are currently under development. Soon people will be able to ask for a camel-ccino instead of the regular cappuccino.
To read the article:
For more info on camel milk:

5 comments:

  1. Ok but the question is- have YOU tried it? If so, how does it taste??? Is there a camel- ccino in your future?;)

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  2. Na Australia eles falavam sempre das vantagens da carne de canguru. Eu experimentei e comi algumas vezes. Mas depois de levar amigos e família nos zoos para ver os bichinhos, confesso que parei de comer...hehehe.

    Mari, você tem que provar o leite!!! Depois conta pra gente.

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  3. No worries. Will start looking for it tomorrow, taste it and tell you all about it...

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  4. o gosto eh mto ruim, so da pra encarar em chocolates, ou pasteurizado e incrementado...
    ja tomei puro do camelo e nao eh nada bom pro estomago....
    sim nao tem gordura e portanto nao serve para yogurtes nem da pra fazer queijo
    mas nas vantagem acredito que tem um baita marketing

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  5. The camel milk is in the fridge. I'll taste it later and post something for all...

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