Researchers at the University of Naples, Italy, making a comparison between the donkey’s milk and cow’s milk. The result,donkey milk contains less fat and contain omega-3 fatty acids canhelp lower cholesterol.
A study in experimental animals, it is known that animals fed with donkeys had higher levels of fats in the blood levels of triglycerides and their metabolic systems are not stressed.
Levels of triglycerides and high cholesterol is the trigger for a narrowing of the arteries so that blood flow is blocked. This condition can cause heart attacks and strokes.
The researchers also found that donkey milk contains high levels of calcium, like milk, and can be used in children allergic to cow’s milk.
In a presentation at the European Congress on Obesity in Turkey, the researchers also noted that the consumption of donkey milkcould be activated.