Colostrum:

Colostrum Maternal Support for a Healthy GI Tract and Immune System

Colostrum is the first secretion produced by all mammals for the feeding of their newborns. Mothers produce colostrum because it is rich in immunity-enhancing components that help protect newborns from bacteria, viruses and other pathogens. Colostrum is only produced by the mammary glands for the first 48 to 60 hours following delivery.

Bovine colostrum has been studied for its effects on a number of conditions. Case reports and clinical trials suggest that colostrum can alleviate chronic diarrhea in people with immune deficiency syndromes. In one study, 29 AIDS patients received a daily dose of 10 grams colostrum for 10 days and a significant majority experienced a decreased average daily stool frequency. After discontinuation of the dietary supplement, 12 patients re-experienced diarrhea, while 14 remained free from diarrhea for at least four weeks. The diarrhea-causing microbe Cryptosporidia was found in the stools of four persons in the trial prior to the colostrum treatment. After treatment, Cryptosporidia levels were undetectable.
 
 


Colostrum is rich in growth factors such as insulin growth factor-1 (IGF-1) that can stimulate growth and repair of the gastrointestinal tract. In two studies, colostrum relieved gastrointestinal inflammation triggered by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) in persons beginning treatment with NSAIDS.

In patients undergoing abdominal surgery, colostrum delayed the increase of endotoxins post-surgery and brought the endotoxins back into the baseline range faster than in untreated subjects. Endotoxins are found in gram-negative bacteria cell walls and large numbers trigger the development of sepsis (a serious blood infection). Colostrum also slightly lowered levels of the inflammatory marker C-reactive Protein.

Small, preliminary studies indicate that colostrum may benefit athletes. In non-elite athletes actively weight training prior to supplementation, colostrum improved body
composition. In elite athletes, colostrum supplementation improved exercise performance characterized by short-bursts of activity, but didn?t affect endurance performance.

All in the Timing
Colostrum collected from maternal bovine sources during the first 24 hours after the calf?s birth has a higher concentration of immunity-enhancing substances such as immunoglobulins and growth factors compared to colostrum collected from the same cows during the first three days after birth.

Concentrations of these immunity-enhancing constituents decline substantially in a time-dependent manner, indicating that finding a colostrum source produced as soon as possible after birth is important.

 

Colostrum Chewables
A new form of supplemental, chewable colostrum combines immunity-enhancing colostrum with the anti-cavity, anti-bacterial effects of the natural sugar substitute Xylitol and the pleasant taste of natural vanilla flavor.

Colostrum chewables are made from 100 percent pure bovine colostrum collected within 24 hours after birth from controlled, healthy Grade A U.S. dairy herds fed diets free of animal by-products, antibiotics, hormones, and pesticides.

 

 

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Reference
Kelly GS. Bovine colostrums: a review of clinical uses. Altern Med Rev 2003 Nov;8(4):378-94.

 

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