The Times: Horse milk is ready for its heyday

Professor Almagul Kushugulova, a leading researcher at the university, said: “It contains lysozyme and lactoferrin, which have antimicrobial properties to help fight disease-causing bacteria, fungi and viruses.

“Also, due to its rich composition of enzymes, it stimulates the growth of beneficial bacteria and limits the growth of unwanted bacteria in our guts.”

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