Colostrum is the first complete food available from the mammary secretion obtained within the first 24 – 48hrs hours after child birth. It provides many important biological elements and nutrients present in the mother’s blood.
Cow’s colostrum has 20% immunoglobulin G (IgG) compared to only 2% IgG found in breast milk. Furthermore, cow’s colostrum has the same biological activity as human’s colostrum when given orally. Do remember that not all mothers are able to breast feed due to medical and physical conditions, such as inverted nipple, breast cancer, etc.
1. Colostrum helps to develop a stronger body defence
2. Antibodies (such as IgG) and immune factors (such as lactoferrin) help to protect your children from:
- Respiratory infections (colds and flu)
- Intestinal infections (diarrhoea, food poisoning, vomiting)
- Viral infections (fever, diarrhoea, rashes)
- Skin infections (allergies, rashes, dermatitis)
3. Colostrum helps to promote growth and development
- Enhance wound healing
- Promote cartilage & tissue formation
- Stimulate muscle building / prevent breakdown
- Benefit gastrointestinal tract
- Control inflammations & allergies
4. Co-factors help to promote brain power and intelligence
- Contains DHA, lecithin and taurine for proper brain and cognitive development.
- Benefits eye development
5. Co-factors benefit digestive system and overall health
- Contains galacto-oligosaccharides (G.O.S) as prebiotics to fuel the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut
- Minimises severity of diarrhoea and intestinal upset
- Contains calcium to strengthen structural system in children
Mix one sachet (10g) per 80ml water. Use only room temperature or warm water in preparation of colostrum.
Children (2 – 6 years): Take 1 - 2 sachets daily.
Children (> 6 years): Take 2 - 4 sachets daily.
Drink immediately after mixing with milk powder.
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