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Camel Milk Antibodies Inhibit the Growth and Proliferation of Cancerous Cells

The CaM antibodies are several times smaller than those produced by other animals including humans. Recently discovered ‘nanobodies,’ can enter tissues and cells that other antibodies cannot. They can even interfere with enzyme binding sites, contributing to camels’ remarkable disease resistance. Their size and ability make them potentially valuable in biomedical research (diagnosis) on a broad range of diseases including cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and atherosclerosis.

Lactoferrins, immunoglobulins and iron – binding glycoprotein

Studies have shown that camel milk works to combat and eradicate cancer cells (HepG2-MCF7) because camel milk contains high levels of lactoferrins, immunoglobulins, and iron-binding glycoprotein. These components act as antitumors and which happens through
increasing RNA synthesis and the inhibition of protein
kinases and differentiation.

Lactoperoxidase & Peptidoglycan in Camel Milk

The camel milk contains lactoperoxidase which possesses anti-tumor activity. Inclusion of peptidoglycan recognition protein in the milk was firstly found in camel milk which can fight breast cancer by taking over metastasis.

Camel Milk Nanobodies Pass Untouched to the Intestines

A tenth of the size of human antibodies thus acts as natural nanobodies, camel antibodies can grasp their targets just as human antibodies. The antibodies remain active when passing through the stomach. This is due to the fact that camel milk proteins do not precipitate in the stomach so they pass untouched into the intestines. 

Camel milk saves you from the complex health challenges

Dr. Raziq Kakar

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