The camel milk made the artistic accomplishment in Malasia. The story is reported by a friend of mine (Mike). He provided camel milk powder (Camelait brand).Camelait! Al Ain Camel Dairy Products to a disparate daughter of a diabetic patient. My friend was curious to see if its really work or not. The camel milk was tested for sugar control in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, the map is provided in the link below; https://email@example.com,103.5292765,9.25z
Denise NG, the daughter of the patient wrote as ” I was so stressed up when I found out my father has been diagnosed with diabetes, 1 week ago. Mike recommended this product to me. I did not really think it works as my father doesn’t like milk at all. But after I read through the information of this product, I persuaded my father and willing to give it a trial. Good news, My father’s sugar level dropped from 12.9 to 8.3 in 3 days time since he starts drinking camel milk. I was so happy when he told me about this. We mixed camel milk powder with the vegetable juices and Kopikosong Kopi tiam. It’s definitely a good product for diabetic patients. Cheers”
Mike gave some more details as; “medically diagnosed by the doctor a week before for diabetes. He suggested trying camel milk. The daughter got 1 box of 10x25g Camelait, drink daily for 3 days. Each day 25g Camelait milk powder. The patient is not a milk drinker and hates drinking milk, had no choice but tried to see if it really works. On next doctor visit, the blood test showed improvement. He is drinking Camelait since Wednesday (15th February 2017). The doctor checked again on Saturday morning and result shown that big drop”
The results are preliminary and based on limited data. The diet of the patient is not mentioned with the physical activity etc. Further details are required to make a concrete conclusion. I would suggest medical doctors make scientific trials with the camel milk powder, if it really works at the functional level, then it must advocate for recomendations to be used by the diabetic patients.
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Hello I understand the best camel milk to take is raw unpasteurized to receive the full medicinal benefits but I’d rather buy a bulk of the powdered for storage reasons. Is the camelait the same raw unpasteurized but in powder form?
The camelait milk in powder has very good reputation. They pasturized first and then make the powder. According to many scientifc findings, the powder has almost the same nutrients as the fresh has. Personally, I prefer fresh but it is not available everywhere. So the best alternative is the powder milk from a reliable source.