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What is Colostrum?Updated a year ago

Colostrum is a natural superfood produced by all mammals in the first 48-72 hours after giving birth. It is the first nutrition we receive in life and contains all of the essential nutrients our bodies need to thrive. For 300 million years, it has served the vital function of protecting and strengthening the mucosal barriers of infants before their own barrier matures. Colostrum is referred to as “liquid gold” and more analogous to an immune powerhouse than a food because its nutritional value pales in comparison to the health benefits colostrum confers.

To date, there are over 5,000 published studies documenting the benefits of colostrum in optimizing health for both men and women of all ages.

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