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How Colostrum Differs From Herbal Remedies

At some time or another, most people have taken some sort of herbal remedy or supplement to help support their body in achieving optimal health. Now, however, you may be considering taking a Colostrum supplement, and wondering how it differs from standard herbal remedies, in the way it works to benefit your body.

The primary difference is that herbal remedies and dietary supplements contain plant-based nutrients, which work by nourishing or stimulate the body to produce the results that are needed. They simply help the body produce nutrients of its own. Colostrum, however is an animal based nutrient that not only helps the body produce its own life giving immune and growth factors, but actually supplements and replaces them as well.

The works very well, given the fact that the immune and growth factors contained in bovine colostrum are virtually identical to those in the human body. Because of this, there lot to be gained using Bovine Colostrum products to supplement our regular diets.

Bovine Colostrum is a perfectly safe and healthy substance, which benefits the human immune system in a variety of ways. It does not require any kind of prescription, and will not interfere with any other nutrients, supplements, or medications that you may be taking.

Jeremy Maddock is the webmaster of Immune Wellness, your source for high quality information about Colostrum and other health products.


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