Thursday, 10 March 2016

Colostrum - nature’s most effective immune support supplement

 
Colostrum is the fluid secreted by the mammary gland of mothers within 24-48 hours after giving birth. It is a unique source of many substances that are critical for newborn babies after first days of birth. But the most important component of colostrum are its biological substances for "immunity and growth."
 
The most important components of colostrum can be broken down into three major categories: Immune System Factors (Proline-Rich Polypeptides (PRPs), Immunoglobulins, Lactoferrin, Transferrin, Cytokines, Lysozymes, Enzymes, Lactalbumin, Glycoproteins, etc.), Growth Factors (Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF-1, IGF-2), Transforming Growth Factor (TGF-α, TGF-β), Epithelial Growth Factor, Epidermal Growth Factor, Fibroblast Growth Factor, Platelet Derived Growth Factor, etc.), and Nutritional Components ( Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, Essential Oils, Immune Factors, Proline-Rich Polypeptides (PRPs).
Proline-rich polypeptides (PRPs) act systemically, modulating the complex immune system and are therefore the most important ingredient in colostrum. 
Colostrum can be very useful in boosting the immune system, especially during periods of intense physical training and when someone is under a lot of stress.
Rigorous scientific testing of Colostrum in the US and the UK has found that Colostrum:
·         Support the immune system
·         Support normal healing
·         Improve energy levels
·         Increase concentration
·         Help control pain
It can help in a wide range of conditions. In particular it can:
·         Help with immune support
·         Protect against colds, flu, ear, nose and chest infections
·         Help deal with wounds and minimise skin disorders
·         Enhance fitness levels among athletes and speed up recovery
·         Help support normal gastrointestinal function and intestinal permeability and repair
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