LIPOSOMAL COLOSTRUM | Boosts Immunity | Improves Gut Health | Better Workout Recovery
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Palak Notes Liposomal Colostrum is 100% Pure and Natural Cow Colostrum Powder. Colostrum is high in nutrients and antibodies. It boosts the Immunity, improves Gut Health and Increases Muscle Mass and Strength.
How it works:
Colostrum is a milky fluid that comes from the udder of cows the first few days after giving birth, before true milk appears. This fluid contains proteins called antibodies.
Antibody levels in colostrum can be 100 times higher than levels in regular cow's milk.
Liposomal Colostrum is one of the best supplements that can be taken by adults and children that are no longer nursing, to help with Immune health. This is because it is high in immunoglobulin G (IgG), which is an antibody that yields systemic immunity.
Who Can Take It?
- For Immunity
- Exercising People
- People Having Weak Bones
- People with Any Digestion Related Problems
Features and Details:
- A pack of 150 grams.
- Ideal serving size of 5 gm every day with 200 ml water for best results.
- Boosts your Immunity.
- Keep your Gut Healthy.
Q1. Is this Supplement Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian?
This Supplement is fully Vegetarian.
Q2. What are the Benefits of this Product?
- Boosts Immunity
- Improves Gut Health
- Increase Bone and Muscle Mass
- Better Workout Recovery
Q3. What is the right way to take Colostrum?
Take 5 gm of Colostrum Powder in water every day.
Q4. How is this different from other Supplements?
Liposomal Colostrum contains Cow milk that comes from the udder of cows the first few days after giving birth, before true milk appears. Liposomal Colostrum helps balance the immune system so that the body can fight off infections or other illnesses.
Source of essential nutrients for human health
Liposomal colostrum contains high levels of fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins that are essential for human health. This single-source can provide different forms of vitamin A (retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, retinyl esters, and provitamin A carotenoids), Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, and the B vitamins. Liposomal colostrum is a good source of calcium and phosphorus. Other minerals like Magnesium, zinc, and selenium are also present insufficient quality in liposomal colostrum. Ongoing research tries to find out that using bovine colostrum as a source of antibody preparations to support humans. Moreover, colostrum containing a higher percentage of fat and fatty acids plays a role as signaling molecules and, as dietary fatty acids, contribute to the regulation of lipogenesis in the liver.
Lactoferrin present in colostrum supplements is thought to support the immune system and influence immune cell activity potentially via these antioxidant, antibacterial, and antiviral properties a small-scale research finding stated that colostrum supplementation could improve leukocyte function relating to adaptive immunity.
Lean body mass development
Human research studies provided evidence that colostrum supplementation could improve upper body strength, muscle thickness, lean tissue mass, and cognitive function.
A randomized human trial result indicated that colostrum could significantly increase bone-free lean body mass, whereas whey protein significantly increases body weight. Therefore, researchers of this study suggested that colostrum supplementation with a dose of 20 g per day in combination with exercise training for 8 weeks may increase bone-free lean body mass in active men and women.
Researchers also found that colostrum supplementation (60 g/d of colostrum) on male and female older adults during resistance training could increase leg press strength and reduce bone resorption in comparison to whey protein complex supplementation.
Benefits in Gastrointestinal Disorders
Colostrum supplements have been used as an alternative therapy for the treatment of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and insulin resistance type 2 diabetes and colitis. Different research findings support these benefits. Colostrum can improve bowel histology also. Colostrum also has a promising therapeutic potential in treating GI tract infections and inflammation-related inflammatory bowel disease.
Colostrum gives protection against NSAID-induced enteropathy. Growing and consistent evidence is supporting the potential for the use of colostrum to manage the potential side effects of NSAIDs.
Lactoferrin present in colostrum is an excellent immune modulator and anti-cancer agent and has a tissue regenerative capacity. Lactoferrin can also inhibit the production of inflammatory cytokines. Researchers expected that the anticancer benefits of colostrum might occur due to the presence of lactoferrin and conjugated linolenic acid. Preclinical research findings reported that lactoferrin and conjugated linolenic acid could reduce colon tumor load. These bioactive components are also effective against breast cancer. Further detailed research requires proving the anticancer benefits of colostrum.
Betterment of Bone health
Colostrum-derived lactoferrin can increase the proliferation of cells involved in bone formation such as osteoblasts, and the release of some growth factors from osteoblasts.