Division of Pediatric Gastroentrology, Department of Gastroenterology PGIMER Chandigarh.
Colostrum (a form of milk produced by the mammary glands of mammals (including humans) during pregnancy) is a breast milk produced after the birth of the newborn and lasts for 2–4 days. Colostrum is very important part of breast milk and lays down the immune system and confers growth factors and other protective factors for the young ones in mammals. This is the source of passive immunity (the short-term immunity which results from the introduction of antibodies from another person or animal)achieved by the mother and is transferred to the baby. This is the major source of secretory IgA and gives protection against gastrointestinal (relating to the stomach and the intestines) infections. In view of so many health factory through colostrum, the use of colostrum has been extended to so many health problems of mankind. Human and bovine (Characteristic of or resembling cows or cattle) colostrums have many similarities barring that bovine colostrum can be obtained in large quantity, so bovine colostrum has been used in various disorders in human beings. This is the nature’s gift that is for the young ones to grow as well as for the treatment of many health problems in older age group.
Colostrum contains IGF-1 growth factor. IGF-1 is known to stimulate the repair and growth of DNA and RNA making it most powerfull anti aging substance.IGF-1 also increasing bone density, muscle tone, skin elasticity and repair of DNA and RNA.
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