Grass-Fed Colostrum

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Grass-Fed Colostrum


Brief Description: Bioactive colostrum from 100% Pure New Zealand cows pasture-fed and raised without the use of hormones, steroids or antibiotics.

Per Bottle: 180g Powder – 90 servings

Contains no yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, sodium, corn, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, artificial preservatives, artificial flavoring, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

Supports the immune system, heals a leaky gut, enhances muscle repair, recovery and growth hormone formation.

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100% Pure New Zealand Colostrum can enhance physical performance and prevent gas, nausea, cramps or diarrhea during hard workouts. One study showed that athletes who took it are as much as 20% less likely to get infections of the upper respiratory tract. Colostrum also has antioxidant components, such as lactoferrin, protecting the body from the oxidative damage. 

Colostrum can completely eliminate gut issues in athletes during exercise if loaded for about one to two weeks prior to hard and heavy exercise, such as an Ironman triathlon or marathon – especially if that exercise is in hot weather. 

Colostrum contains 90 known health-promoting components, including antibodies, immunoglobulins, antioxidants and growth factors that support the immune system and healthy cell function.* New Zealand colostrum meets the highest purity standards because the herds that are pasture-fed and raised without the use of hormones, steroids or antibiotics.

This neutral tasting powder can be mixed in food or beverages.


After giving birth, a mother’s body produces a special immune and growth promoting substance that is secreted into her milk. This fluid is produced for only the first 24 hours after giving birth, and is called colostrum. This special “pre-milk” is integral in providing a wide range of immunological and growth promoting factors to the offspring.

Research provides evidence for transfer of cytokines, immunoglobulin, growth factors, and maternal immune cells to the newborn via the feeding of colostrum.  

Bovine colostrum is especially rich in immune factors, amino acids, nucleotides and growth factors. Some elements are present in higher quantities in bovine colostrum than in human colostrum.

Research has shown that supplementation with bovine colostrum is able to positively modulate immune function.* Immunoglobins, including IgG, and other proteins such as lactoferrin contained in colostrum are thought to play an important role in this supplement’s ability to defend itself.

Bovine colostrum has even been shown to have an important role in supporting gastrointestinal health by stimulating the proliferation of intestinal cells, resulting in healthy intestinal function and mucosal immune protection.