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Do You Know What The Best Un-Kept Health Secret Is?

Updated on February 1, 2017

A majority of us try and watch our diets, take our vitamins and eat a little healthier after the holidays especially at the start of a new year. But most don’t know about Bovine Colostrum which is the best un-kept secret out there for our overall health and daily challenges.

Colostrum is the first food of life! It is naturally designed to maintain our health and assist in preventing disease. It is a baby’s first food and has such an amazing effect at keeping a baby healthy while also providing the foundation for their growth. Unfortunately, most people (including health professionals) have never been taught about its health benefits. Simply Google Bovine Colostrum Benefits and you’ll read for hours!

Though colostrum has been used for centuries, modern science seems to be backing it once again making its way to the table and getting its share of praise for a number of health benefits from supporting immunity, sports enhancement, diabetes, Crohn’s, IBS, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Heart Disease, brain function and so much more.

It turns out that the colostrum has been found to be one of the most powerful ingredients found in nature, delivering such powerful compounds such as natural growth factors (HGH, IGF1, IGF2) that is proving effective in helping maintain good health and anti-aging. It is high in carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and proteins (antibodies) which exhibits powerful anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-aging properties.

In addition to supporting immunity, colostrum has also been shown to promote brain function which may explain why it has been used by alternative healers for centuries to help mood disorders, clarity and insomnia.

But are all colostrum’s alike? NO! Make sure you are getting real colostrum, not transitional milk. Always ask for a 3rd Party validation and if they won't or can't give it to you, walk away.

What Can It Do?

One of the biggest things Colostrum can help with is an Overly Aggressive Immune Response, for years, colostrum has been used successfully as a whole food for health support by persons with autoimmune disorders—including immune deficiency, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, scleroderma, chronic fatigue syndrome and allergies. One of the reasons is that it is a particularly rich source of bioactive immune factors. These many immune factors work together to provide incredibly valuable immune-support benefits. Don’t think of colostrum as a cure. It isn’t that, but it does offer several keys to your health. Reference: Wieczorek,Z.,etal.“Proline-rich poly peptide from bovine colostrum:its effect on skin permeability and on the immune response. ”Immunology, 1979;36(4): 875-881.

Have you heard of Colostrum?

It's ok because most have not. If there was the slightest chance that Colostrum could help your internal and external health - would you try it? Ironically most people would not because there are so many supplements on the market that claim to do this and that, making us all a little skeptical to try yet another. The fact that there are 1,000's of PubMeds, Web MD's and medical journal write ups on it is what personally swayed me.

Dr. Kleinsmith

Dr. Kleinsmith is one of the most knowledgeable people on Colostrum in the world. The short video gives you a bit of insight on how it works and why it is so important to our bodies.

Interview with Dr. Kleinsmith

It is ironic that most Americans are unaware of Colostrum and the nutritional value it provides even though it has been around for Centuries.

Did you know that :

  • The polio vaccine would not have been created
  • Colostrum was used instead of antibiotics before the sulfer antibiotics hit the market
  • There is NO lethal dose limit on Colostrum (Let's face it water has a lethal dose limit)
  • The Olympic Committee views it as a "food"

I also cannot reiterate enough that unless the company can provide third party validations...don't buy it. You want to know that the colostrum you are consuming is in it's whole form, not defatted only to add fat back in and no transitional milk. If you want transitional milk then you may as well buy a gallon of whole milk at the grocery store.


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