Donkey milk is similar to human milk in terms of its nutritional content, protein makeup, and hypoallergenic qualities.
In one serving, there's about the same amount of casein and whey as in cow's milk, which is mainly casein.
Donkey milk contains antimicrobial lactoferrin, fatty acids, immunoglobulins, and lysozyme. It kills Salmonella, Enterococcus, Escherichia, and Listeria
Donkey milk reduces inflammation in mice by replenishing antimicrobial peptides. Activating anti-inflammatory signalling reduces inflammation and maintains health
Donkey milk's vitamins, antioxidants, and fatty acids help skin. Milk proteins contain all the amino acids needed for skin regeneration and barrier protection.
Lactose in donkey milk aids with bone mineral absorption. It strengthens bones. VanDoren states it's strong in vitamin D, giving 23% of daily needs in 3 ounces.
Donkey milk has a low n-6 to n-3 fatty acid ratio and is rich in linoleic acid. It has low atherogenic and thrombogenic indices and high unsaturated and saturated
Lactose-rich donkey milk stimulates gut bacteria growth. Its high whey-to-casein ratio makes it easy for infants to digest and absorb.
Donkey milk powder improved insulin resistance and lowered blood glucose levels in type 2 diabetic rats. Infants with cow milk allergies