Freeze Dried Camel Milk Vs Spray Dried Camel Milk

Camel milk is a powerful superfood with health benefits unseen in any other health food. Because of the naturally occurring immune properties, growth factors, and nutrients, camel milk is predicted to be the next “big” superfood. Right now, parents and individuals want a product that is high quality, fair priced and practical. Freeze dried camel milk is the answer.

Customers ask: “Does camel milk need to be pasteurized?”, and “Is there a difference between Freeze Dried Camel Milk and Spray Dried?”. These questions are important because you could be losing health benefits, wasting money, and most importantly, consuming an unsafe product.

“Should camel milk be pasteurized?”

 

A debate has hung over the question, with imagery of milk proteins and nutrients being boiled away and sterilized from their original intent. But the truth is that there’s bad (slow or high heat) and good (flash low-heat) pasteurization.

Understanding the potential dangers of raw milk is important too. Because excrement and waste can easily splash onto camel udders, contaminating the milk with E-coli, salmonella and other pathogenic bacteria. Good pasteurization should kill pathogens, whilst safeguarding the milk’s health properties. Pasteurization shouldn’t be ignored, especially when dealing with children, seniors or those with weak immune systems.

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Flash Pasteurization (good): The Camel Milk Coop uses the optimal flash (72º C, 15 seconds) pasteurization with its camel milk, which has shown in studies not to denature the milk and its health properties. This method is trusted by the most diligent bovine colostrum companies because it’s proven to protect the milk’s vital nutrients and other biologically important proteins.

Slow or High Heat (Bad): The less expensive and slow 30-minute pasteurization process takes a long time to heat to the required temperature. During this interval, bacteria grow in the milk and eat its health properties. High heat alone can destroy milk proteins and bioactivity, with harsh temperatures of 135 °C in some processes.

 

“What’s the difference between Freeze Dried Camel Milk and Spray Dried?”

Freeze drying is thought to be necessary only when quality is of the highest concern. A method used for nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, coffee, antibiotics, gourmet herbs and spices, foods for astronauts, and high-value chemicals and pigments. Freeze-drying is labor intensive, but it’s non-negotiable when the goal is to retain potency, bioavailability, flavor, and protein structure.

 

 

 

Advantages of Freeze Dried Disadvantages of Spray Dried
  • No exposure to high heat (Below 30C)
  • Exposed to high temperatures (above 80C)
  • Minimal loss of nutrition and protein structures
  • High nutrition lost and alteration of properties
  • Maintains uniformity, nutritional activity, water solubility & storability
  • Lower quality in characteristics such as taste, smell, activity. Water content and/or stability. Decrease availability of nutrients, loss of vitamins, reduction of available lysine content & protein denaturation

Why Freeze Dried Camel Milk From The Camel Milk Coop?

– Preserves Nutritional Value
– Convenient
– Sustainably Sourced
– Gluten Free
– Non-GMO
– 100% PURE
– Tastes GREAT
– No Preservatives
– No Hormones
– No Antibiotics

 

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