Pure Bovine Colostrum to optimize Immune function.

Colostrum Pro 120 caps by Pro Symbiotics

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Colostrum Pro 120 caps by Pro Symbiotics

Colostrum Pro 120 caps by Pro Symbiotics

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Retail: $37.95
Our Price: $29.95
Brand: ProSybiotics
Product Code: NAI1000
SKU: NAI1000
Shipping Weight: 0.40 pounds
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ColostrumPRO 120 caps By Pro Symbiotics

is an Immune System Stabilizer With Immulox 20% that is Gluten Free

ColostrumPRO with Immulox enhances normal immune factors, providing dual action – in the bloodstream and in the digestive tract, to help maintain a robust intestinal lining and promote healthy intestinal flora.*

ProSymbiotics ColostrumPRO is Professional Strength that contains Immulox.
This standardized supplement offers a high potency proprietary complex consisting of Lactoferrin, Immunoglobulins, Proline-Rich Polypeptides (PRPs) and Immulox.
The amount of Immulox found in all PROSymbiotics products is double the amount offered in the regular Symbiotics.

Immulox is Colostrum standardized to contribute a higher concentration of PRPs.
PRPs are signaling proteins with amazing adaptability for immune modulation, considered to be the most important constituent in colostrum. Minimum levels of these components are verified by laboratory testing.


Take 2 capsules, twice daily, with water or your drink of choice, on an empty stomach.
Take up to two additional servings per day in times of environmental or physical stress.

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 2 capsules
Servings Per Container: 60

Amount per serving
Calories 10
Protein 0.5 g
Bovine Colostrum (Pasteurized Cow Pre-MILK) 960 mg
Immunoglobulins (IgG) 221 mg
Proline-Rich Polypeptides (PRPs) 58 mg
Lactoferrin 10 mg

Other Ingredients:

Medium Chain Triglycerides, Sunflower Lecithin, Gelatin (capsules). CONTAINS: MILK

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Colostrum is so essential Great for the immune system just as vital as the first drink you take after birth if breast fed. - Anonymous

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Colostrum is the first lacteal secretion produced by the mammary gland of a mother prior to the production of milk. Any secretion after the first removal of all or part is then termed Transitional Milk.

Only the colostrum collected from the single first milking within 0-6 hours after birth maintains nature's perfect balance of immunological and body regulating biologically active proteins.

Bovine colostrum is a natural immune system enhancer designed so carefully as nature intended it as the first food for new life.

Research Study References:

Burrin, D.G.; Shulman, R.J.; Reeds, P.J.; Davis, T.A.; Gravitt, K.R.; 1992, "Porcine Colostrum and Milk Stimulate Visceral Organ and Skeletal Muscle Protein Synthesis in Neonatal Piglets," Journal of Nutrition, 122(6): 1205-1213.

Funatogawa, K.; Ogasawara, M.; Yamasu, H.; Kirikae, F.; Kimotsuki, K,; Kirikae, T.; 1999, "Protective Effects of Colostrum Administration on E. coli O157 Infection," Joint Conference: 40th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine and the 14th Annual Meeting of Japanese Association for International Health, International Medical Center of Japan; Vol. 27, Vol. 14 respectively.

McConnell, M.A.; Brooks, H.J.L.; Borissenko, M.V.; Buchan, G.; 1998, "A Comparative Study of Immunoglobulin Levels in Four Colostrum Derived Milk Products," publication forthcoming.

Mero, A.; Miikkulainen, H.; Riski, J.; Pakkanen, R.; Aalto, J.; Takala, T.; 1997, "Effects of bovine colostrum supplementation on serum IGF-I, IgG, hormone, and saliva IgA during training," Journal of Applied Physiology, 83(4): 1144-1151.

Playford, R.J.; Floyd, D.N.; Macdonald, C.E.; Calnan, D.P.; Adenekan, R.O.; Johnson, W.; Goodlad, R.A.; Marchbank, T.; 1999, "Bovine colostrum is a health food supplement which prevents NSAID induced gut damage," Gut, 44(5): 653-658.

Tacket, C.O.; Losonsky, G.; Link, H.; Hoang, Y.; Guesry, P.; Hilpert, H.; Levine, M.M.; 1988, "Protection by milk immunoglovulin concentrate against oral challe with enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli," The New England Journal of Medicine, 318(19): 1240-1243.