• Home
  • /
  • Blog
  • /
  • How To Choose A Bovine Colostrum Supplement

 July 15, 2021

By  Keith Rogers

As new information continues to emerge regarding the health benefits of organic bovine colostrum, interest in this natural dietary supplement continues to grow. Manufacturers now offer both non-organic and organic bovine colostrum supplements that are obtained from a variety of different colostrum sources, and are processed using a variety of different techniques. This article will highlight the safety and overall effectiveness from both colostrum sources and the various processing techniques.


Choosing organic bovine colostrum is good in the same way that choosing organic foods is good. Although it has been difficult to determine with scientific certainty the overall effects of pesticides on human health, it is believed that organic foods are more nutritious largely because organically grown plants are more healthy.


In a similar way, the quality of bovine colostrum depends largely on the health of the cow that manufactures it. Cows that have been fed diets based on pesticide-laden plants, or have been subjected to drugs like growth hormones or antibiotics, are in general less healthy than their organically raised counterparts. This reduces the quality of the colostrum they produce, and increases their potential for harm through the transmission of the toxins these cows ingest.


Another issue that is important to consider has to do with the diet of the source cows. Because pasture-fed cows are exposed by grazing to the complete spectrum of antigens in their natural habitat, they must develop a stronger natural immunity.


Choosing an organic bovine colostrum supplement that is processed fresh, and uses a low-heat drying technique will ensure that its beneficial components retain their maximum activity and health benefits. Many manufacturers require freezing of their source colostrum for transport, and some require the application of heat for the processing of their colostrum supplements.


Previously frozen products are limited in how they can be processed, and alternate processing techniques can yield colostrum supplements that are insoluble in water and less biologically active in the human body.


Lastly, the application of heat in the manufacturing process can denature many of the protein components of the source colostrum.  This makes colostrum supplements manufactured using excessive heat contain lower levels of important colostrum components and decreased biological activity.


If you would like to learn more about the weight loss and aging benefits you can quickly and easily gain from taking bovine colostrum — go to Livestus Laboratories at https://www.livestuslaboratories.com Revitalize your body today with Livestus Liposomal Bovine Colostrum!

Keith Rogers

Co-founder and Operations Manager

Graeme Clark

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked

{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}