Colostrum is the first milk produced by any lactating mammal and it
contains antibodies to protect the newborn against disease, as well
as being lower in fat and higher in protein than ordinary milk.
Colostrum is crucial for newborn mammals as it is through the
colostrum that they receive a transfer of immune boosting nutrients
and newborns must receive colostrum within 6 hours of being born for
maximal transfer of antibodies to occur.
Assertions that colostrum consumption is of human benefit are
questionable because most ingredients undergo digestion in the adult
stomach, including antibodies and all other proteins. Bovine
colostrum and its components are safe for human consumption, except
in the context of intolerance or allergy to lactose or other
components and it shows promise in the treatment or prevention of a
variety of diseases.
Primary nutrition in the form of protein and amino acids,
Helps cure leaky gut
Helps cure intestinal cramps, diarrhoea, constipation, fatigue,
bloating and gas.
Use colostrum as specified and for optimum results avoid sugar,
processed foods, fats, caffeine and alcohol. For those who have food
grains that contain gluten.
If you want to try colostrum, you will find it in many health food
The foods we eat