MIP Colostrum

  1. Benefits of Lactoferrin in MIP Colostrum

    Lactoferrin is a naturally occurring protein found in many bodily fluids, including breast milk, saliva, tears, gastrointestinal and other glandular secretions. MIP Colostrum is especially rich in lactoferrin, which constitutes approximately six percent of the total protein.  Colostrum is the highly concentrated milk that is initially secreted after the birth of an infant, even before actual lactation commences.

    Other mammals like cows also secrete colostrum, but bovine colostrum (from cows) is nearly identical in molecular structure as that of human colostrum. Studies have shown that bovine colostrum contains a high concentration of lactoferrin, as well as other important components like proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins growth factors, immune factors and more. Because of this, MIP bovine colostrum has many health benefits, which make it a great nutritional supplement.

  2. Avoid and Eliminate Viral Infections with MIP Colostrum

    Colostrum is nature’s way of protecting newborns from infections, since they have immature immune systems. Research has shown that colostrum is not only beneficial for newborn babies, but it can also be used as a supplement to combat bacterial and viral infections in older children and adults.

  3. Prophylaxis and MIP Day Boost

    Regular intake of MIP Day Boost supports general health and wellbeing thanks to a powerful set of ingredients such as colostrum, powdered manuka honey, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, B-complex vitamins such as vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6, folic acid, minerals such as iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium, and let’s not forget this powdered supplement contains probiotics too.

  4. MIP Colostrum: Best for Prevention and Prophylaxis

    Viral infections such as influenza (or flu) can cause serious illnesses and even death to thousands of people every year. The US Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention reports that in the last three decades, deaths in the US reached up to about 49,000 during the worst flu season. Although the flu can cause mild symptoms such as fever, headaches, cough and sore throat, which may go away after a few days with home treatment, some people experience complications from the disease. These complications may include dehydration, pneumonia, or worsening of other existing conditions such as asthma or diabetes. People who get these complications often need hospitalization or long-term medical care, and death may be a risk if their bodies are not able to fight the infection. Young children, elderly people, and those with decreased immune function are most susceptible to viral infection and its complications.


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