Diabetes and Camel Milk Update

For years I have worked with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics to get their health back on track.  I have been very pleased with the results of the camel milk.  Some diabetics may see a temporary rise in blood sugar when they first start with the camel milk, but the levels usually begin to drop within a short period of time.  If blood sugar levels continue to remain elevated, there may be several things that need to be addressed:

a.) The patient needs to be tested for casein allergy and if they are allergic to casein, then they should discontinue the milk.  If they are allergic to lactase, then they should be fine.

b.) The patient needs to be tested for exposure to heavy metals, pesticides, insecticides, toxic chemicals, etc.  Toxic exposure cannot only cause diabetes onset, but can cause blood sugar levels to remain elevated.

c.) I have seen even further improvement with patients when I combine one specific nutrient with the camel milk.  The camel milk acts as a carrying agent.  The effect of this specific nutrient and the camel milk on the pancreatic cells can be impressive.

d.) Patients need to make sure they are following an approved diet and exercise program.  A modified Paleo diet seems to work best with these patients.

e.) I have also seen great results in lowering blood sugar levels when I have the patient combine specific tested fatty acids with the camel milk.

f.) The patient should have thyroid and hormone levels evaluated, and if the levels are below normal or elevated, that should be addressed as well.