Could this unusual milk be the health breakthrough you need?
Research suggests it helps with inflammation, allergies, infections, and more
Could this kind of baby milk solve your health problems?
Colostrum, also known as “first milk,” is the milk produced by humans, bovine, and other mammals for the first several days after giving birth.
This milk provides high concentrations of fat-soluble vitamins, minerals, protein, and immunoglobulins to the baby.
It’s sort of a starter kit to help fight disease and nourish the body.
But get this:
Colostrum has numerous incredible health benefits for adults, too.
And now that this secret is out, people around the world are using bovine colostrum supplements to boost their health.
Studies show that colostrum can help with inflammation, allergies, infections, cancer, metabolism, leaky gut syndrome, and much more.
It does this primarily by enhancing natural killer (NK) cell activity.
NK cells are the powerful “secret police” of the body. These cells are a type of lymphocyte (white blood cell) that plays a big role in the immune system’s ability to reject harmful cells.
See, most of your body’s cells have a sort of ID card in the form of MHC (major histocompatibility complex) class I molecules.
NK cells keep a careful watch to make sure there aren’t any harmful foreign cells by checking for this ID card. If the cells don’t have the MHC class I molecules, NK cells know they don’t belong and attack them.
Colostrum acts as a booster, which makes the NK cells faster and stronger.
That means more identity cards are checked, and fewer invaders are left to roam free and harm your body.
It’s the ultimate immune booster, which has the incredible ability to help fight off cancer cells and viruses.
But colostrum’s ability to enhance NK cells isn’t the only way it can benefit your health.
Colostrum also contains proline-rich polypeptides (PRP). PRPs help restore proper cellular function and regulate the immune system. This, in turn, triggers an anti-inflammatory effect, which destroys many types of problematic inflammation.
Several studies show that PRPs have a therapeutic effect on neurodegenerative diseases related to inflammation including Alzheimer's disease.1
Moreover, the anti-inflammatory effects of colostrum help relieve swelling due to rheumatoid arthritis.
And the benefits don’t end there.
Colostrum is also powerful for building a healthy gut. It helps prevent damage to your gut, heal the gastrointestinal lining, and restore the balance of your gut microbiome. Studies even suggest that colostrum can reduce the symptoms of leaky gut syndrome.
And every athlete should use colostrum, too — it's a powerhouse for promoting muscle repair and growth since it contains powerful antioxidants and IGF-1, which increases lean muscle mass.2
Could this be just the tip of the iceberg of colostrum’s benefits?
Scientists recently developed a special kind of bovine colostrum called hyperimmune bovine colostrum. It’s produced by giving cows vaccinations that protect against harmful disease-causing microbes.
This is believed to pass on the resistance to these harmful microorganisms through the supplement and bring even more benefits.
This may be the ultimate natural health booster.
To your health,
President, Clear Health Now
1 Science direct article S0278584607001972
2 Science direct article S0899900700005529