Jump-Start Your Immune System
Colostrum (100% bovine) contains immunoglobulins, specific antibodies, and broad based immune enhancers. It is an antioxidant with insulin-like and immune factors that support body healing, balance blood sugars, promote muscle health, and boost metabolism of fat for fuel.
- Accelerates healing.
- Balances blood sugar.
- Reduces insulin needs.
- Increases the metabolism of fat.
- Regenerates and accelerates the normal growth of aged or injured muscle, bone, cartilage, skin collagen and nervous tissue.
- Regulates neurotransmitters, providing alertness and better concentration.
Our Product Advantage
Colostrum contains 13 major components that contribute to its remarkable properties. In general, immunoglobulins can be divided into five categories: gamma A, D, E, G and M. Bovine colostrum contains all five!
Colostrum, a substance that occurs naturally in bovines, contains large protein molecules known as immunoglobulins, which help defend the body against viruses and bacteria. Colostrum also contains specific antibodies, broad-based immune enhancers, insulin-like growth factors and transforming growth factors, as well as leukocytes that inhibit virus penetration of cellular walls. Each capsule contains 350 mg Colostrum.
Take one capsule four times daily, one hour before meals and bedtime.
|Nutritional:||Echinacea, Ultimate (Liquid), VS-C Capsules, VS-C® (Liquid), VS-C TCM Concentrate, Defense Maintenance, Black Walnut Extract, Zinc, 25 mg|
|Homeopathics:||Detoxification, Candida, Cold|
|Homeopathics:||Lemon BIO, Chamomile, Roman, Guardian (Blend)|
How Does it Work?
Bovine colostrum is known as a “universal donor.” Humans are able to use it because its immune factors, along with key immunoglobulins, are identical in molecular structure to those of humans.
Oral ingestion of colostrum does not destroy its nutritional properties. In 1994, scientists discovered that bovine colostrum contains special trypsin and protease inhibitors that shut down the digestive enzymes and acids of the stomach. Rather than be digested in the stomach, colostrum’s proteins pass through the stomach to the small intestine, where they are easily absorbed.