HealthUP Premium Colostrum Milk 1350 is the first lacteal secretion produced by the mammary gland of a mother starting within 24-48hours after parturition. It’s a premium quality colostrum sourced from pasture-fed cows in a pure and clean natural environment of New Zealand. It strengthens the immune system and provides over 100 beneficial components including various factors, immunoglobulins(IgG, IgA, IgM), antibodies, antioxidants, minerals, vitamins. Additionally, it provides growth factors(IgF-1, IgF-2, TgF-1, TgF-2) which support re-growth of lean muscle, tissue and to rejuvenate your body by promoting healthy human growth hormone production. Each tablet contains much more 100% pure bovine colostrum 550mg compare to other colostrums.
Directions: Adults take two tablets twice daily.
Children take one tablet twice daily.
Ingredients(Each tablet Contains):
- Bovine Colostrum 550mg
- Immunoglobulin(IgG) : 110mg
|Milk Calcium Powder
|Tabletting aids and Flavourings
* contains No added artificial colouring, flavouring and preservatives.
- store in a cold and dry place below 30℃
- Keep out of reach of children
Origin of Bovine Colostrum : New Zealand
The Original Superfood, Colostrum (foremilk) refers to the nutrient-rich pre-milk that mammals produce in the first few days of milking their young. Bovine colostrum is extremely nutritious and contains more nutrients than regular milk. In particular, it’s higher in protein, fat, carbs, magnesium, B vitamins, and vitamins A, C, and E than cow’s milk. Colostrum has nutritions that fight disease and promote growth, it also may be able to boost immunity, treat infections, and offer more related benefits to human health.
Potential Benefits of Colostrum :
· Gut Health
· Immune System Support
· Antibacterial & Anti-fungal Properties
· Antioxidant and Anti-Aging Support
· Prevent and Treat Diarrhea
While Bovine colostrum appears to be safe for most people, Bovine colostrum is not recommended for someone who has dairy allergies, pregnant or breastfeeding women.
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References: What Is Colostrum? Nutrition, Benefits, and Downsides / What Is Colostrum & Its Benefits