Symbiotics Immune Formula (Colostrum Plus 120 caps)*
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Symbiotics Immune Formula with Colostrum Plus capsules are the only pharmaceutical grade standardized colostrum available. What is colostrum? How can it benefit my body?
Colostrum is milk produced from mother cows, a few days after giving birth to a calf. This milk is rich in immunoglobulins and anti-bodies not found in regular milk. Immunoglobulins are specialty proteins which possess anti-bacterial and anti-viral qualities.
Colostrum has been clinically proven to boost the immune system, which decreases with age. Symbiotics only uses the first two milkings for garunteed potency. In addition, Symbiotics Colostrum Plus Immune capsules are covered in a BIO-Lipid coating. This coating enables the body to digest the contained colostrum in the small intestine, where the nutrients will be more readily absorbed and utilized by the body.
Symbiotics Colostrum is exclusively from USDA Grade A dairies. Only from first milking.
- Cell protection
- Nutrient absorption
- Immune defense
Immune Formula w/ Colostrum Plus
Serving Size: 2 Capsules 60 servings per container
Immunoglobulins 126 mg
Proline Rich Polypeptides 31mg
|Bovine Colostrum (Pasteurized Cow Pre-MILK)||645 mg||*|
|Olive Leaf Extract||100 mg||*|
|Beta 1-3 Glucan||50 mg||*|
APS = Amount Per Serving
*% Daily Value (%DV) not established.
Other Ingredients: Gelatin Capsule, Milk, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Sunflower Lecithin, Silicone Dioxide
Suggested Use: Adults- 2 Capsules, twice daily on an empty stomach. Triple this amount in times of environmental and/or physical stress. For use in children half the adult dose. Suitable for Lactose-free diets.
Distributed or manufactured from Symbiotics. See more Symbiotics products.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Increasing Absorption
- Enhancing Immune Function
- Fighting Infection
- Bacterial Infections
- Cold & Flu
- Vitamin Deficiency
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