Although goat and cow´s colostrum are similar in composition, there are differences between them that predetermine goat colostrum for special purposes. The differences are mainly due to the different structure of the protein and fat. It also contains substances, that enter milk and colostrum, thanks to a varied diet of goats, which are being fed with many types of herbs and shrubs, and which have positive affect on the human immune system. Goat colostrum is easier to digest and in most cases it can also be used by people suffering from allergy to cow colostrum. Goat colostrum is more similar to human, which may contribute to better effects on the human body.

Goat colostrum contains low levels of lactose, so most people who are lactose intolerant have no problems using colostrum. However, people with lactose intoleration should ask a doctor before taking goat colostrum.

The goat produces more colostrum than the baby goats are able to drink. Baby goats come first because colostrum is essencial for them. The baby goats drink colostrum as much as they need and then the remaining colostrum is milked.

Immunoglubulins - antibodies fight in the human body against foreign substances (antigens). Lack of immunoglobulins in the body is manifested by repeated infections, frequent inflammations anywhere in the body (most often affected are bronchi, lungs, intestines, paranasal cavities), which have a more complicated course and also their treatment is more difficult and protracted.

Colostrino is suitable for children above 3 years of age.

Colostrino is best to take in the morning on an empty stomach or before a meal, as it is better absorbed. It should be drinked with a cold drink, preferably with clean water. It could be more acceptable for children to drink it with flavored water or fruit juice.

Immunoglobulins are antibodies that help protect our organism when foreign antigens (such as viruses) enter into the body, because they are able to
recognize, label, or even destroy them. Goat colostrum contains all classes of immunoglobulins: IgA, IgM, IgG, IgE, IgD. Find more about imunoglobulins: