This paper demonstrates that, camel milk causes significant reduction in insulin dosages in insulin dependent diabetic subjects to obtain glycemic control along with significant improvement in HbA1c level, and improvement in micro albuminuria. Significant improvements were also observed in lipid metabolism, body mass index (BMI), biochemical parameters of the liver and kidney functions of camel milk fed experimental subjects with type-1 diabetes. Camel milk works as a regulator of blood sugar in the absence of original insulin, and it seems to work together with the body’s own restorative and regenerative abilities. Camel milk is well tolerated and its uses are not associated with an increase in hypoglycemic events. Camel milk may be able to eliminate the alloxan and other chemicals’ induced-toxicity on pancreas and on other body organs via regenerative effects on damaged cells and could be used as a restorative treatment of diabetes.