Got [Camel] Milk?
For related articles and more information, please visit OCA's Appetite For a Change page . Nomads in Algeria have long said, "Water is the soul, milk is the life." They may be proved right by emerging reports that camel milk, the drink of nomadic peoples from Mongolia to India, may have a healing effect on various diseases. Now parents from around the world, as I did in 2007, are also reporting reduced autism symptoms and increased skills in their ASD children. Better sleep, increased motor planning abilities and spatial awareness, more eye contact, better language and lessened gastrointestinal problems are now celebrated in global internet posts. Does the milk, lovingly called "absolutely exquisite quite weird stuff" by longtime West African camel dairy owner Nancy Abeiderrahmane, deserve the praise bubbling from a global bucket of researchers and consumers? And is there ...