Passing Love and Health | EASTBART's Charity Walk for the Elderly!-
Passing Love and Health | EASTBART's Charity Walk for the Elderly!
Love warms the hearts of the elderly. In order to promote the morality of keeping the right and good, and to enhance the happiness of the elderly, on January 29, 2024, when the Spring Festival is approaching, EASTBART Dairy Group, together with the Love on the Road Public Welfare Service Center, and the City Economy Herald Regional Fusion Media Center carried out the public welfare donation activity of caring for the elderly who are left behind.
The Economy presents a huge opportunity for the dairy industry to make another push!-
The Economy presents a huge opportunity for the dairy industry to make another push!
By adhering to scientific and technological innovation and the spirit of great national craftsmanship, EASTBART Dairy Group will make greater contributions to a healthy China by meeting the growing demand of consumers for dairy products. We look forward to more aspiring people, together!
Composition of camel milk -
Composition of camel milk
In the previous section it was shown that camels can produce an adequate amount of milk in drought areas where other domestic animals have very low production. Of prime importance for the young camel, and especially for man, who drinks the milk, is the composition. Cows exposed to heat, especially if drinking water is scarce, produce milk that has a much higher dry-matter content than normal (Bianca, 1965). The fat content is especially high. This milk would certainly not provide a suitable diet for man or animal exposed to the same climatic and water stresses. Data concerning the composition of milk vary greatly. This can be partly attributed to the inherited capabilities of the animals, but the stage of lactation, age, and the number of calvings also play a role. Of special significance to the quality of the produced milk are the feed and water quantity and quality.
Milk products and the uses -
Milk products and the uses
As milk from the lactating camel must provide nourishment for her young calf as well as for human, not a great deal will be left for milk products. Moreover, the composition of camel milk does not allow for making some of the accepted products that are made from cow, sheep and goat milk. Nevertheless, milk products are made from camel milk, and the milk itself is used for purposes other than simply nutrition.
Introduction of Camel and Camel Milk -
Introduction of Camel and Camel Milk
Camel milk: What possible importance can camel milk have in the year 1981 in a world beset with a multitude of problems? The answer to this is clear when we consider that one of the biggest problems confronting mankind today is malnourishment. Camel milk can certainly play a far more important role in the prevention of malnutrition than it does today. Growing and raising foodstuffs for the rapidly increasing human population is especially precarious in the hot and arid zones of the world - the very areas where the camel is one of the few animals not only to survive, but also to benefit man.
Camel Milk and Autoimmune Diseases-
Camel Milk and Autoimmune Diseases
Camels’ immune system is stronger than that of humans’ and the smallimmunoglobulins pass from the camel milk into the human blood. Asimmunoglobulins are found in camel milk throughout lactation, drinking milk will provide a ‘tool’ for combatting autoimmune diseases by rehabilitating the immune system rather than is depression.NOTE: Camel milk creams have a healing effect on skin autoimmune diseases.
The Health Benefits of Camel Milk -
The Health Benefits of Camel Milk
Camel milk is rich with natural nutrients that offer greater health benefits than other types of milk. Low in lactose and cholesterol, rich in proteins and vitamins. Healthier than goat or cow milk, camel milk contains less total fat and saturated fat. An ideal addition to a healthy human diet, one of the values of camel milk is its high concentration of fatty acids, such as oleic acid. Known to positively support and regulate blood pressure, fatty acids are a crucial component for human nutrition. In addition to being lower in fat, research reveals that the nutritional profile of camel milk shows high traces of Vitamin C. Containing up to three times more Vitamin C than cow milk, and 1.5 times more than human milk, camel milk contains almost 10mg percent of the Vitamin C content. Needed for the growth, development, and repair of all body tissues, Vitamin C plays a pivotal role in a variety of body function. Directly increasing collagen production, Vitamin C also supports wound healing and immune health, helps to maintain the cartilage found in the teeth and bones. Camel milk is the perfect source for this much needed vitamin Another benefit of camel milk is how it interacts with the body. Studies have shown that consuming camel milk increases the production of antioxidant enzymes in the body. Lowering oxidative stress, this data shows that camel’s milk can improve glycemic control and lower the insulin requirement of people who are diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
Attention! People with Diabetes Should Pay Attention to These Things-
Attention! People with Diabetes Should Pay Attention to These Things
Camel milk is rich in lactoferrin transfer protein and solubilizing enzymes, and has the highest lactoferrin content compared to common mammalian milks such as cow's milk and goat's milk. Lactoferrin is the key potent ingredient in camel milk. One liter of camel milk contains 52 units of insulin, while the equivalent amount of cow's milk contains only 0.016 units of insulin. The incidence of impaired fasting glucose (IFG), impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) and the incidence of diabetes in people who regularly consume camel's milk is significantly lower than those who do not drink camel's milk because camel's milk is also rich in insulin-like proteins with cysteine, which is a boon for diabetics.