Donkey Milk (Equus Asinus) As A Potential Treatment Strategy For Type 2 Diabetes

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  1. Lokzo

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    Camel milk has a lot of the same benefits
     
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    Indeed it does!

    Yet to try it, but it's on my list!
     
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    I drink it a little, But mostly its for my children
     
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    Very cool!

    You don't happen to be from Oz as well?
     
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    It has a little so not enough to make a dent, unfortunately.
     
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    I didn't know this!!

    I am definitely going to order some of this camel milk and trial it 2 hours before a workout.
     
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    tastes bad
     
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    Bring on the challenge.

    It can be easily sweetened with honey.
     
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    If you live in USA, you can buy it from Desert Farms [produced locally, I assume]. Saudi products are very expensive but it costs a fraction of that, if ordered from India [via eBay, for instance] but beware if it comes at very low prices - the powder form can be adulterated with cow milk powder and else. Do keep us informed of your trialing. Anyway, what's your objective for testing it? Have you tried Tribulus terrestis? Some bb are fond of using it, including MCT and Eurycoma longifolia, aka Long Jack.
     
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    Not as tasty as cow milk but the lighter taste is OK - hmm, slightly saltish, strange to say.
     
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    I read that in Oz, one has to queue up for months just to purchase it ... Believe it or not, Saudi countries buy their camels from Oz - it has purer breeds!!
     
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    nah it's fairly easy to get here at middle eastern grocers and health food stores. Expensive though.

    Camels are boss animals

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    LOL, love the photoshopped pic. Thanks for posting it. The undersized reins look more like a sling belt for the camera ... dead giveaway too.
     
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