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What are Colostrum's other names?

  • Bovine colostrum
  • First Milk

What is Colostrum's recommended dosage?

  • Recommended daily intake: 20 - 60 g

What supplements interact with Colostrum?

No supplements that have a synergystic effect with this one.

What can Colostrum help with?

  • Colostrum for Diarrhea

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Moderately Positive


Active tablet formulations were significantly more effective than placebo in protecting volunteers against the development of diarrhea caused by ETEC. These results suggest that administration of a tablet formulation of hyperimmune bovine colostrum containing antibodies against ETEC strains may reduce the risk of travelers' diarrhea.


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Moderately Positive


ColoPlus may be an important alternative or additional treatment in HIV-associated diarrhoea.


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Moderately Positive


No serious side effects were observed, and the medication was well tolerated. Thus, bovine colostrum immunoglobulin concentrate, in powder form, appears promising in the treatment of severe diarrhea caused by C. parvum. The optimal dosage, duration of therapy, and overall efficacy need to be determined in placebo-controlled trials.


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Moderately Positive


The mean daily stool frequency decreased from 7.4 to 2.2 at the end of the treatment. Eight HIV-infected patients showed no response. The diarrhoea recurred in 12 patients within 4 weeks (32.4%), while 19 patients were free of diarrhoea for at least 4 weeks (51.3%). In 5 patients intestinal cryptosporidiosis disappeared following oral LIG treatment. LIG treatment was also beneficial in 4 out of 5 GvHD patients.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS).


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Moderately Positive


There was no difference in the incidence or severity of diarrhea among the 10 volunteers who received the bovine immunoglobulins and the 10 who received placebo. Either the specificity or titer of anti-colonization factor antibodies or the formulation of antibodies in this product was not adequate to provide passive protection against ETEC challenge.


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Moderately Positive


This study shows that addition of colostrum-based supplement to standard therapy is effective in treatment of HIV-associated diarrhea.


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Moderately Positive


We conclude from these preliminary results that milk immunoglobulin concentrate may be an effective prophylaxis against traveler's diarrhea.


  • Colostrum for Fatigue

  • Colostrum for Ulcerative Colitis

  • Colostrum for Common Cold


What is Colostrum used for?

  • Colostrum for Digestion

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Moderately Positive


Active tablet formulations were significantly more effective than placebo in protecting volunteers against the development of diarrhea caused by ETEC. These results suggest that administration of a tablet formulation of hyperimmune bovine colostrum containing antibodies against ETEC strains may reduce the risk of travelers' diarrhea.


test
Moderately Positive


Bovine colostrum enema shows potential as a novel therapy for left-sided colitis with additional benefits over using mesalazine alone. Further studies appear to be warranted.


test
Moderately Positive


ColoPlus may be an important alternative or additional treatment in HIV-associated diarrhoea.


test
Moderately Positive


No serious side effects were observed, and the medication was well tolerated. Thus, bovine colostrum immunoglobulin concentrate, in powder form, appears promising in the treatment of severe diarrhea caused by C. parvum. The optimal dosage, duration of therapy, and overall efficacy need to be determined in placebo-controlled trials.


test
Moderately Positive


The mean daily stool frequency decreased from 7.4 to 2.2 at the end of the treatment. Eight HIV-infected patients showed no response. The diarrhoea recurred in 12 patients within 4 weeks (32.4%), while 19 patients were free of diarrhoea for at least 4 weeks (51.3%). In 5 patients intestinal cryptosporidiosis disappeared following oral LIG treatment. LIG treatment was also beneficial in 4 out of 5 GvHD patients.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS).


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Moderately Positive


There was no difference in the incidence or severity of diarrhea among the 10 volunteers who received the bovine immunoglobulins and the 10 who received placebo. Either the specificity or titer of anti-colonization factor antibodies or the formulation of antibodies in this product was not adequate to provide passive protection against ETEC challenge.


test
Moderately Positive


This study shows that addition of colostrum-based supplement to standard therapy is effective in treatment of HIV-associated diarrhea.


test
Moderately Positive


We conclude from these preliminary results that milk immunoglobulin concentrate may be an effective prophylaxis against traveler's diarrhea.


  • Colostrum for Energy

  • Colostrum for Insulin control

  • Colostrum for Muscle building

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Slightly Positive


Intake of high-protein milk supplements increased net nutrient absorption for adult SBS patients, but at the expense of increased diarrhoea. Despite high contents of bioactive factors, colostrum did not significantly improve intestinal absorption, body composition or functional tests compared with the control.


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Slightly Positive


It is concluded that in elite field hockey players, colostrum supplementation improves sprint performance better than whey. However, there were no differences with regard to body composition or endurance performance.


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Slightly Positive


It was concluded that a 2-week supplementation with bovine colostrum in physically active men increases serum concentration of essential amino acids but has no effect either on strength performance or protein net balance in fasting conditions during recovery after STS.


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Slightly Positive


Oral bovine colostrum supplementation at 20 g or 60 g/d provided a small but significant improvement in time trial performance in cyclists after a 2-h ride at 65% VO2max.


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Slightly Positive


Since the skin and subcutaneous fat compartment increased in trained but not untrained limbs, and fat turnover in adipocytes is under hormonal control and would not be localised to one arm, we suggest that the increase in skin and subcutaneous fat cross-sectional area in resistance trained of bovine colostrum may have been due to an increase in skin cross-sectional area, rather than fat.


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Slightly Positive


The whey protein group experienced a significant increase (P < 0.05) in body weight (mean increase of 2.11 kg), whereas the colostrum group experienced a significant (P < 0.05) increase in bone-free lean body mass (mean increase of 1.49 kg). There were no changes in any of the other parameters measured. Thus, supplementation with bovine colostrum (20 g/d) in combination with exercise training for 8 wk may increase bone-free lean body mass in active men and women.


  • Colostrum for Heart health

  • Colostrum for Immunity

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Slightly Positive


All subjects responded well to the vaccine. No significant differences were observed in ELISPOT values for IgA, IgG, IgM, Fcgamma and CR receptor expression on neutrophils and monocytes between the two groups. There was a trend towards greater increase in specific IgA among the subjects receiving their vaccine with bovine colostrum. These results suggest that bovine colostrum may possess some potential to enhance human special immune responses.


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Slightly Positive


ColoPlus may be an important alternative or additional treatment in HIV-associated diarrhoea.


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Slightly Positive


In summary, low-dose bovine CPC supplementation modulates immune parameters during normal training and after an acute period of intense exercise, which may have contributed to the trend toward reduced upper respiratory illness in the bovine CPC group.


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Slightly Positive


The determinants of poor CD4(+) T-cell recovery following cART require further investigation.


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Slightly Positive


The increased phagocytic activity and rapid transient changes in NK cell numbers suggest that upon consumption, interaction of CLMWF with immune cells in the gut mucosa triggers immediate events with systemic consequences.


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Slightly Positive


The present data suggests that improvement of immune parameters in a population with a generally good immune and nutritional status is limited and that improvement of immune function in this population may be difficult.


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Slightly Positive


There was no measurable effect on immunoglobulin levels of consuming BC, which is in contrast to effects that have been reported previously in marathon runners, indicating that the effect of BC supplementation is not universal in all groups of athletes. Fewer athletes reported URS (although cause unknown) when consuming BC, which may be advantageous for training.


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Slightly Positive


This study has demonstrated increased s-IgA levels among a cohort of athletes following colostrum supplementation. While this result is statistically significant, its physiological interpretation must be viewed with caution due to the small numbers in this study and the large variability in s-IgA levels.


test
Slightly Positive


This study provides preliminary evidence that CBC may enhance resistance to the development of symptoms of URTI.


test
Slightly Positive


This study shows that addition of colostrum-based supplement to standard therapy is effective in treatment of HIV-associated diarrhea.


  • Colostrum for Weight loss


What are Colostrum's effects on the body?

  • Colostrum for the Nervous System

  • Colostrum for the Digestive System

Active tablet formulations were significantly more effective than placebo in protecting volunteers against the development of diarrhea caused by ETEC. These results suggest that administration of a tablet formulation of hyperimmune bovine colostrum containing antibodies against ETEC strains may reduce the risk of travelers' diarrhea.


Bovine colostrum enema shows potential as a novel therapy for left-sided colitis with additional benefits over using mesalazine alone. Further studies appear to be warranted.


ColoPlus may be an important alternative or additional treatment in HIV-associated diarrhoea.


No serious side effects were observed, and the medication was well tolerated. Thus, bovine colostrum immunoglobulin concentrate, in powder form, appears promising in the treatment of severe diarrhea caused by C. parvum. The optimal dosage, duration of therapy, and overall efficacy need to be determined in placebo-controlled trials.


The mean daily stool frequency decreased from 7.4 to 2.2 at the end of the treatment. Eight HIV-infected patients showed no response. The diarrhoea recurred in 12 patients within 4 weeks (32.4%), while 19 patients were free of diarrhoea for at least 4 weeks (51.3%). In 5 patients intestinal cryptosporidiosis disappeared following oral LIG treatment. LIG treatment was also beneficial in 4 out of 5 GvHD patients.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS).


There was no difference in the incidence or severity of diarrhea among the 10 volunteers who received the bovine immunoglobulins and the 10 who received placebo. Either the specificity or titer of anti-colonization factor antibodies or the formulation of antibodies in this product was not adequate to provide passive protection against ETEC challenge.


This study shows that addition of colostrum-based supplement to standard therapy is effective in treatment of HIV-associated diarrhea.


We conclude from these preliminary results that milk immunoglobulin concentrate may be an effective prophylaxis against traveler's diarrhea.


Total cholesterol and TG levels decreased significantly in both the men and women after 4 weeks. Also, beta-hydroxybutyric acid level decreased with BC ingestion, but this was not significant. These results suggest that BC can decrease levels of blood glucose and ketones, as well as reduce cholesterol and TGs, all of which may cause complications in Type 2 diabetic patients.


  • Colostrum for the Muscular System

Intake of high-protein milk supplements increased net nutrient absorption for adult SBS patients, but at the expense of increased diarrhoea. Despite high contents of bioactive factors, colostrum did not significantly improve intestinal absorption, body composition or functional tests compared with the control.


It is concluded that in elite field hockey players, colostrum supplementation improves sprint performance better than whey. However, there were no differences with regard to body composition or endurance performance.


It was concluded that a 2-week supplementation with bovine colostrum in physically active men increases serum concentration of essential amino acids but has no effect either on strength performance or protein net balance in fasting conditions during recovery after STS.


Oral bovine colostrum supplementation at 20 g or 60 g/d provided a small but significant improvement in time trial performance in cyclists after a 2-h ride at 65% VO2max.


Since the skin and subcutaneous fat compartment increased in trained but not untrained limbs, and fat turnover in adipocytes is under hormonal control and would not be localised to one arm, we suggest that the increase in skin and subcutaneous fat cross-sectional area in resistance trained of bovine colostrum may have been due to an increase in skin cross-sectional area, rather than fat.


The whey protein group experienced a significant increase (P < 0.05) in body weight (mean increase of 2.11 kg), whereas the colostrum group experienced a significant (P < 0.05) increase in bone-free lean body mass (mean increase of 1.49 kg). There were no changes in any of the other parameters measured. Thus, supplementation with bovine colostrum (20 g/d) in combination with exercise training for 8 wk may increase bone-free lean body mass in active men and women.


  • Colostrum for the Endocrine System

  • Colostrum for the Respiratory System

  • Colostrum for the Cardiovascular System

  • Colostrum for the Immune System

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