Pure Australian Camel Milk

This creamy, delicious full-bodied milk contains just 7.5g of fat and 10.8g of protein per 300ml and can be enjoyed by the whole family.

Many people describe it as tasting just like traditional, old fashioned original milk! Pure Australian Camel Milk is perfect in milkshakes, smoothies, coffee, with cereal, as an ingredient in your favourite recipes, or just on its own.

Servings per package: 1

Serving size: 300ml

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Safe & Healthy
Low Fat
Natural Probiotic
Low Lactose
Silky Taste
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Nutritional Benefits of Camel’s Milk

Officials at the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations have stated in the past that the issue of famine and starvation could possibly be significantly reduced with camel milk1.

Camel milk provides the vitamins and nutrients necessary for healthy human growth and sustenance. Camel milk is rich in calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron2 and contains three times more vitamin C 1&2, minus half the saturated fat of regular milk3 and most importantly is also delicious!

Research into other pharmaceutical properties of camel’s milk

There are proteins and other compounds unique to camel’s milk, and research is being undertaken in different institutions around the world to determine their pharmaceutical properties. Currently, there is research investigating the role of some of these unique compounds in the management of gastrointestinal health, diabetes, auto-immune conditions and other conditions.

Some interesting research conducted to date:

Gastrointestinal health

Lactoferrin is a protein found in milk, including humans, cows and camels, and performs an important role in protecting against microbial infection. The role of lactoferrin as a protein involved in immune response has been thoroughly investigated and is well understood and is known to have roles in gastrointestinal health4.

A study found lactoferrin was in higher quantities in camels’ milk than cows’ milk and that it has higher heat resistance than the lactoferrin found in cows’ milk, thus having higher amounts of lactoferrin in pasteurised Camels’ milk5.

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A longitudinal study whereby diagnosed diabetics drank camel milk showed them needing to take less insulin doses from 34 times to 17 times a month6. Further research is being conducted in reviewing the antibodies and an insulin-like protein which may have the potential to support treatment of type-1 diabetes.


Camel’s milk has been shown to benefit those with inflammatory bowel disease. The mechanisms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease are correlated to oxidative stress cause by an over-amplified immune response. Camel milk inhibits an enzyme related to the immune response7.

Disclaimer: All these early study papers were conducted on Camels milk and not specifically Good Earth Dairy’s Camels milk and requires further research in order to validate. Good Earth Dairy is in the process of setting up a Foundation committed to continue the good work in order to identify which benefits can be validated using our very own milk.


Yagil, R. Camels and Camel Milk. Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) Animal Production and Health. 1982

Roberto Ronald de Almeida, C. Camel Milk: Characteristics and perspectives for use in clinical practice. Rev Chil Nutr 2011, 38(2):211-218

Good Earth Dairy milk analysis on saturated fat

Embleton ND, Berrington JE, McGuire W, Stewart CJ, Cummings SP. Lactoferrin: Antimicrobial activity and therapeutic potential. Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine. 2013 6//;18(3):143-149.

Raei M, Rajabzadeh G, Zibaei S, Jafari SM, Sani AM. Nano-encapsulation of isolated lactoferrin from camel milk by calcium alginate and evaluation of its release. Int J Biol Macromol. 2015 8//;79:669-673.

Agrawal RP, Jain S, Shah S, Chopra A, Agarwal V. Effect of camel milk on glycemic control and insulin requirement in patients with type 1 diabetes: 2-years randomized controlled trial. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2011;65(9):1048.

Arab HH, Salama SA, Eid AH, Omar HA, Arafa E-SA, Maghrabi IA. Camel’s milk ameliorates TNBS-induced colitis in rats via downregulation of inflammatory cytokines and oxidative stress. Food Chem Toxicol. 2014 7//;69:294-302.