Health Benefits

Over the centuries, Colostrum has been studied, scrutinized and dissected, yet consistently upheld as an amazing whole-food wonder that possesses incredible potency and versatility. Through its natural composition, this powerful whole-food has the ability to bring remarkable health benefits all on its own. Its constituents come together to strengthen one’s immune system, gradually promoting the body’s ability to ward off potential harms increasingly present in the environment today. It’s the complementary nature of these constituents as well as the careful collection, production and manufacturing of Colostrum that are thought to empower this whole-food with its astounding benefits.

Health Promoting Agents

Just some of the 700+ Health Promoting Agents.

  • Immunoglobulins


    Also called antibodies, work on pathogens.

  • Leptin


    A small hormone-like protein that can suppress appetite and lead to body weight reduction.

  • Thymosin


    Composed of two protein-based chains, known as alpha or beta chains, which are separately present in bovine colostrum. The chains act on the thymus gland independently or stimulate activation, development and maintenance of the immune system.

  • Enzyme inhibitors

    Enzyme inhibitors

    Also known as “permeability factor,” are actually small proteins that slow down or inhibit the enzymatic breakdown of proteins. They provide protection to the immune, growth and metabolic factors as they pass through the digestive tract.

  • Proline -rich polypeptide (PRP)

    Proline -rich polypeptide (PRP)

    Helps regulate the immune system, keeping it in balance between under- and over- activity this can be extremely beneficial for those with Autoimmune diseases.

  • Insulin-like Growth factor (IGFSF)

    Insulin-like Growth factor (IGFSF)

    The complete family of naturally occurring growth factors that functions like the captain of a ship, triggering the events that activate cell growth and reproduction, protein synthesis, and the release of energy (glucose metabolism).

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