Nature provides an immune defense network, but your immune system is challenged by normal physical and mental stress, as well as aging.
Colostrum is the first food of life – naturally designed to maintain health and prevent disease. For the past several decades, researchers and scientists made astonishing discoveries. It turns out that in the remedy of many serious chronic diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and rheumatoid arthritis, the proteins found in colostrum may offer substantial relief.
Researchers are now turning more to therapies that modulate the immune system, for ways to keep the immune system in balance.
Small, specialized proteins in colostrum can modulate immune function!
Proline-Rich Peptides, otherwise called PRPs or colostrinin, are small chains of amino acids that modulate immune response.
Special attention is now being placed on the effect of PRPs in cases of neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer’s. In 2002, one study found that approximately 40% of the Alzheimer’s patients enrolled in the trial had either stabilized or improved significantly.
Colostrum's dual action-in the bloodstream and in the GI tract, helps maintain healthy intestinal flora in a normal GI tract.
Alzheimer’s Disease and Cognitive Disorders
Antioxidants and Anti-aging
Skin Health and Wound Healing
Symbiotics Colostrum Plus is a uniquely helpful supplement providing Lactoferrin, Immunoglobulins and Proline-Rich Polypeptides (PRPs). Under the Symbiotics label, minimum levels of these important components are verified by laboratory testing.
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