Camel milk: the tastiest alternative to cow's milk!
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Shaker cup for milk powder

Article number: Shake beker
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Make the camel milk powder even more delicious with inulin and shake it easily in the special shaker cup.

The advantage of camel milk powder is that it does not have to be kept refrigerated.

In addition to a shaker cup to make mixing easier, this pack also contains inulin. Inulin is a type of soluble fiber commonly found in various vegetables. It is also called a prebiotic and has all kinds of positive properties for the body (including digestion).

Inulin can be used as a glucose substitute in people with diabetes mellitus, as it does not affect blood glucose levels.

By adding a little bit of inulin to the camel milk powder, it gets a slightly sweeter taste.


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Camel milkpowder is made of 100% natural camel milk. The milk is spray dried and due to this way of processing, all nutritional values ​​and properties of the fresh camel milk are preserved. The milk powder is as healthy as fresh milk but it is easier to store and transport. In a dry place, the powder is preservable for 1 year.
The powder comes in portions of 420 grams, what is good for 21 glasses of milk.

Not everyone likes the taste of the milk powder, but you can add cocoa or vanilla extract, for example.

The camel milk powder is also available in a jar of 420 gram.

Alternative for cow milk
Some people do not drink cow’s milk. Camel milk could be a good alternative for these people. The taste of Camel milk is similar to that of cow’s milk. Camel milk is 100% cow’s milk protein-free. And contains only camel milk proteins. These proteins contribute to the growth of muscle mass and maintaining muscle mass and bone. Camel milk is a source of calcium this contributes to a normal blood clotting.

Composition Camel milk

(camel milk powder mixed with water according to the description)

Protein  3,4%
Fat 4,2%
Unsaturated fatty acids 1,8%
Lactose  4,3%
Minerals 0,9%
Energy 53 kcal/100g (222KJ) 

The numbers below are percentages per 100ml of milk

Minerals   Vitamins  
Na (mg%)  36 Thiamine (mg%)  0,03
K (mg%)  60 Riboflavine (mg%)  0,04
Ca (mg%) 97 B6 (mg%) 0,05
Mg (mg%) 16 B12 (mg%)   0,0002
Zn (mg%)  3,4 B3 (mg%)  0,046
Fe (mg%)  0,04 B5 (mg%) 0,09
Cu (mg%) 0,02 Vitamine E (mg%) 0,027
Mn (mg%) 0,02 Vitamine C (mg%) 3,6
P (mg%) 58 Vitamine A (I.U) 129,1
Cl (mg%) 0,16  Vitamine D (I.U) 0,8
Caroteen (mg%) 0,029    

Camel milk doesn’t contain beta-lactoglobulin.

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