Time Out has more useful health advice from Dubai health experts. Here we tell you why you should drink camel milk and goat milk
Cleopatra did The world’s original beauty queen Cleopatra was supposedly obsessed with camel milk. Due to its abundance in ancient Egypt, she’d bathe in it on a daily basis, which is said to have resulted in her famously smooth, supple skin.
They Prevent wrinkles Bedouin tribes across the Middle East and North Africa traditionally consumed camel milk for its vitamins and nutrients. Today, the iron in goat and camel milk products is said to help reduce wrinkles and the appearance of fine lines.
They Remove excess oil Both camel and goats’ milk are incredibly rich in fatty acids, which can help reduce dandruff, remove excess oil from the scalp and increase the lustre of the hair. If not in product form, rinse your tresses with fresh milk once a week.
The benefits of Vitamin C A 2003 study by Central Veterinary Research Laboratory in Dubai found that camel milk was more heat resistant than cows’ milk. That means Vitamin C survives the pasteurisation process better. Put simply, making the swap from regular milk to camel milk increases your vitamin intake.