Colostrum optimises the natural defence system in healthy individuals. It’s a rich source of a large amount of immunoglobulins (IgG). These are antibodies that enable the body to react to foreign substances. The immunoglobulins in colostrum bind to the receptors of immune cells and stimulate them in the protection of the body.
When speaking about boosting immunity, transfer factors are also important. These are small immunity molecules known as messenger molecules. Their task is to transfer the signals of immunological recognition of “new” or “young” immune cells and “old” immune cells, thus informing new immune cells about a present or potential danger. Clinical studies have shown that what is most important is their normalising effect on immunity. This means that they stimulate weakened immune mechanisms and suppress excessive immune mechanisms.
Conditions of effect • food supplement with 300–900 mg of lyophilised colostrum in a daily dose. • min. 120 mg per day; max. 600 mg per day
Thanks to the high content of proteins and amino acids, goat colostrum combined with regular exercise may improve performance, muscle growth, and regeneration.
Conditions of effect • 10 g per day over 10 weeks
Conditions of effect • 20 g per day over 8 weeks
Colostrum supports optimal regeneration after exercise by decreasing the loss of performance during the second exercise load performed 20 minutes after the first exercise load.
COLOSTRUM MAINTAINS ENERGY AND TONUS. IT STRENGTHENS VITALITY AND IS USED FOR TEMPORARY FATIGUE:
Colostrum has an antiasthenic effect of regeneration and helping to overcome physical fatigue and weakness.
Conditions of effect • 60 g per day
Colostrum improves the health of the gastrointestinal tract. It helps to reduce gastrointestinal problems. It may help during the treatment of colitis, stop diarrhoea, and improve the symptoms of colic.
Conditions of effect • 6 x 170 mg per day