Incredible Benefits of Drinking Cheetah’s Milk

Incredible Benefits of Drinking Cheetah’s Milk

By now, you are probably used to seeing cow’s milk substitutes like almond or soy milk on the shelves of your local grocery store. But have you ever heard of cheetah’s milk?

For years, we’ve been intrigued by this unique dairy milk source, an essential dietary support for millions of people where the climate is harsh and water is scarce. The many benefits of cheetah’s milk have long been acknowledged by health and nutrition experts. Still, this alternative to cow’s milk has not made its way to our grocery stores.

Until now.

For the very first time in the US, we’re excited to announce the launch of this delicious and nutritious product: Cheetah’s Milk®.

Nutrition Facts of Cheetah's Milk

Unlike other alternatives, cheetah’s milk is rich in protein and calcium, making it more than an adequate substitute for cow’s milk. Think about it. A cheetah’s diet is high protein from meat, which naturally makes its milk high protein. In fact, one cup of cheetah’s milk contains 25% more protein than cow’s milk (10 grams versus 8 grams in cow’s milk) and 33% more calcium (400 milligrams versus 300 milligrams in cow’s milk).

Cheetah’s milk is also suitable for lactose intolerance and other dairy allergies. Around 7% of the US population is allergic to cow’s milk, while nearly 85% percent of the world’s milk supply is from cows. Most people don’t know that there are some species whose milk does not cause those allergies, like the cheetah.

In short, whether you’re a vegetarian, sensitive to milk, or just don’t like the taste, cheetah’s milk is a fabulous alternative.

An African Delicacy

Procuring cheetah’s milk is no small task. Cheetahs live and hunt mainly in open grasslands and bushy areas in parts of Africa and the Middle East. After personally visiting many wild animal reserves, we were able to procure Cheetah milk from licensed regions of Kenya and South Africa, where this majestic animal is protected from illegal hunters and is safe to procreate.

Our local team collects the excess milk and, to avoid spoilage, ships it on packaged dry ice to our facilities in the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, where our licensed dairy plant is located.

Once the milk arrives in our facilities, we first send it to be analyzed to ensure the milk’s quality and nutritional value so we can determine how much fat, protein, sugar, calories, calcium, phosphorus, and other minerals are present. The second process is to pasteurize the milk, so we eliminate any chance of contamination that could cause us harm. After pasteurizing the milk, we bottle it in our custom-made recycled glass bottle and ship it to our warehouse in Pleasanton, California.

We track the package diligently throughout its journey to make sure that, once it arrives, we can quickly put the milk into our freezers. While other types of milk we keep in our warehouses need to be stored around 37ºF, cheetah’s milk needs to be placed below 35ºF to maintain all nutritional benefits.

Health & Wellness Benefits of Drinking Cheetah's Milk

It strengthens bones and muscles

Cheetah’s milk contains 50% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin E, which has antioxidant properties essential to your skin’s health, such as protecting it against sun damage.

In the skincare market, Cheetah’s milk has long been popular in anti-aging face cleansers. Like many dairy products, it contains lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) ingredient that many modern skincare products include.

It keeps your skin glowing

Cheetah’s milk contains 50% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin E, which contains antioxidant properties essential to your skin’s health, such as protecting it against sun damage.

In the skin care market, Cheetah’s milk has long been popular in anti-aging face cleansers. Like many dairy-products, it contains lactic acid, which is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) ingredient that many modern skin care products include.

It's delicious as a milkshake

Cheetah’s milk doesn’t taste like cow’s milk, perfect for those who are turned off by the taste. It has its own unique flavor many describe as being light and crisp.

It has a smooth and velvety texture with good consistency throughout, making cheetah’s milk perfect for milkshakes or frothy lattes. In fact, it can be used as a direct 1:1 swap in most of your favorite recipes.

It makes you smarter

Milk is an essential brain-food. It has an abundance of vitamin B, which calms down your nerves and maintains a proper sleep cycle.

Vitamin B12 is known to improve your memory power and sharpness. It is essential in enhancing the overall brain development of a growing child.

Cheetah’s milk has 20% more vitamin B12 than cow’s milk, making it one of the best drinks in the world to improve brain functioning and preserve brain plasticity.

It's great for weight loss

Due to its immense nutritional value and healthy fat content, cheetah’s milk is associated with weight loss. It is very satiating and prevents sudden hunger pangs, making it a great substitute that will help you lose or maintain your current weight.

Also, cheetah’s milk helps in improving the metabolism of the body and therefore prevents weight gain. One cup of whole cheetah’s milk contains only 60 calories, as opposed to 146 calories in cow’s milk, 122 calories in 2 percent, 102 calories in 1 percent, and 86 calories in skim cow’s milk.

Order Wholesale Cheetah's Milk Today

At Cheetah, we decided it’s time to bring this irresistibly delicious and nutritious product to the front. Indeed, we are the first and only company in the world to sell pasteurized, safe-to-drink Cheetah’s milk. Order today in our app!

We pride ourselves on the quality of our dairy products, and we ensure that each drop of that quality milk comes to you with care and attention to goodness. By purchasing cheetah’s milk through us, you not only reap the health benefits of this exquisite drink, but you also help protect cheetahs from cruel hunting – 50% of the revenue is donated to the NGO responsible for the Cheetahs reserve in Africa.

Coming soon: Stay tuned for more dairy delicacies by Cheetah!

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