Kalahari Donkey Milk Products was established in 2014 to produce indigenous cosmetic products void of harsh and harmful chemicals which is suitable to the African climate. The core of our products include donkey milk which has great nutritional and health benefits as well as high cosmetic properties. The last Pharaoh Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra bathed in donkey milk to maintain the beauty of her skin.
Scientific analysis has revealed the amazing nutritional properties of donkey milk. It contains quite large amounts of the vitamins A, B1, B2, C and E and significant amounts of immunoglobulin, magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc and sodium.
Donkey milk releases specific amino acids into the body which are very important in naturally moisturizing the skin. The milk proteins from donkey milk nourish the skin and offer more than 40% of the skin’s necessary amino acids. These amino acids are very important for the maintenance of normal metabolic activity of cells, as part of the synthesis of collagen, elastin and keratin.
Composition of donkey’s, mare’s, human and cow’s milk (g/100 g)
Donkey milk detoxifies the liver yielding immediate renewal of skin cells. Balances the micro-flora of the intestines through the action of lysozyme and lactose and prevents cardiovascular diseases. Balances the metabolic activities of cells, corrects blotchy skin and rejuvenates the facial expression lines. Assists in the treatment of skin disorders like eczema and psoriasis. Helps in the fight against osteoporosis.
Treatment with donkey milk
Overall, donkey milk is not a panacea that will miraculously solve all your health problems or a drink that will cover all of your nutritional deficiencies. But there are very few products that offer so much in terms of health and nutritional benefit. Drunk as part of a balanced diet, donkey milk offers that ‘something extra’ that we all need in our daily lives, and applied to the skin, it can make you look and feel more beautiful than ever before!
Donkey milk is considered to be the closest to woman’s milk. It is very nourishing because it contains more lactose and less fat than cow’s milk
It is generally believed that ass milk effaces wrinkles in the face, renders the skin more delicate, and preserves its whiteness Include donkey’s milk in your daily diet
Dr Massimo Caliendo, Nutritional Biologist
From a nutritional standpoint, donkey’s milk can be classified both as an essential food and a nutritional supplement – which can be used for a broad spectrum of people in different situations and of all ages.
Given its chemical-physical characteristics which make it similar to human breast milk, one of the most important uses of donkey’s milk is in paediatrics, specifically for cases of allergies and intolerance. It is well-known that the protein in cows’ milk can be an allergen for children. If mother’s milk is not available, donkey’s milk comes into its own as an extremely beneficial and important source of food, particularly for cases of multiple food allergies and poor absorption.
Donkey’s milk is also a great supplement for practitioners of sports. It can improve work rate and performance. In difficult situations such as growth problems, poor diet, convalescence, periods of transition such as adolescence or the menopause or for older people, dietary supplementation based on donkey’s milk helps the body to cope during critical phases. Finally, adults in good health can enjoy donkey’s milk as a hypo-allergenic substitute for cows’ milk.
Its most significant nutritional characteristics are :
A serum protein content similar to breast milk with a casein content significantly lower than cows’ milk; this promotes improved digestion and assimilation, reducing the allergenic potential
A balanced relationship between the various essential fatty acids, with a predominance of those promoting anti-inflammatory and vascular protection effects; the easily digestible bio-available fat content makes donkey milk an optimum source of energy, particularly in demanding situations such as the practice of combat sports when it is essential to maintain a constant metabolic energy supply
Enzymes and immuno-protective substances (lysine, lactoferrin, lactadherin) which boost the immune system and reduce the risk of intestinal infection
An optimum Calcium/Phosphorous ratio for improved calcium assimilation, making donkey’s milk the ideal food for promoting growth, use of the muscles in sports and helping prevent post-menopausal and senile osteoporosis
A high lactose content providing an immediately available fuel for growing bodies, young people, athletes; amongst other benefits, lactose facilitates intestinal absorption of calcium.
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