Life Colostrum Powder Vanilla 300G
Life Colostrum Delicious Vanilla
Immune & Cytokine System Support* Life Colostrum Powder - is a natural bovine colostrum collected within 24 hours after birthing. This formula is a whole food providing IgG and colostrum polypeptides.* It also supplies protein, immune factors, growth factors, vitamins and minerals to ensure health and vitality naturally.* Numerous scientific studies have shown that colostrum supports the human immune and cytokine systems.* Specifications: •Available in 10.58 oz (300 g) •
Serving Size 1 Scoop (10 g) •Servings Per Container 30 Directions: Mix one scoop (10 grams) in 8 ounces of chilled water or other beverage once per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. ‡ MonkSweet® LS is a registered trademark of Steviva Brands.
Amount Per Serving Calories 40 Cholesterol 10 mg Total Carbohydrate 2 g Total Sugars 2 g Protein 6 g Calcium 125 mg Sodium 40 mg Potassium 90 mg Proprietary Colostrum Blend 10,000 mg Colostrum (Pasteurized Bovine Pre-Milk) Colostrum polypeptides (PRPs) Immunoglobulin G (IgG) (2,500 mg) Sunflower lecithin (non-GMO) Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) Other Ingredients: Natural vanilla flavor, monk fruit (Siraita grosvenorii), and stevia extract (steviol glycosides)‡
. Contains: Milk. Does Not Contain: Eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soy, artificial colors, sweeteners or preservatives. Caution: Do not use if you are pregnant or if you have received an organ transplant. Keep out of reach of children. Storage: Keep tightly closed in a cool, dry place. Contents sold by weight, not volume. Some settling may occur during shipping and handling. The amount of product contained in 1 scoop may be above or below 10 grams due to variations in handling and product density.
Role Of Colostrum Peptides
Th2 — T-Helper Cell Subset 2: Provides help for B-cells and are essential for the production of IgE antibodies and perhaps assist in the production of other classes as well. Antibodies are needed to control extracellular pathogens. IL-4 — Interleukin 4: Cytokine which stimulates class-switching in B-cells and promotes their synthesis of IgE antibodies. Acts as a positive-feedback device promoting more pre-Th cells to enter the Th2 pathway. Blocks the IFN-y receptors from entering the immunological synapse on pre-Th cells thus inhibiting them from entering the Th1 path. IL-5 — Interleukin 5: Cytokine which is essential for the formation of eosinophils. IL-13 — Interleukin 13: Cytokine which promotes the synthesis of IgE antibodies as well as recruiting and activating basophils. Humoral — Humoral Immunity: The component of the immune response involving the transformation of B-cells into plasma cells that produce and secrete antibodies to a specific antigen. Th0 — T-Helper Cells: Classified as those TH-cells that secrete IL-2, IFN-gamma, IL-4, IL-6, and GM-CSF. Have a role in the regulation of differentiation of T-helper cells into the different subtypes and to influence ratios of Th1-cells and Th2- cells. ThP — ThP Cells: (P for precursor) are the precursor cells of Th0-cells. APC — AntigenPresenting Cell: Process antigens and present them to T-cells. Cytokine: Protein secreted by a cell that signals other cells or even itself. IL-2: Interleukin 2 IL-4: Interleukin 4 IL-5: Interleukin 5 IL-10: Interleukin 10 IL-12: Interleukin 12 IL-13: Interleukin 13 IFN-y: Interferon-gamma B — Plasma B Cell: White blood cells which produce large volumes of antibodies. IgE — Immunoglobulin E: Antibodies that are found in the lungs, skin, and mucous membranes. They play a role in the body’s response to foreign substances such as pollen, fungus spores, and animal dander. Th1 — T-Helper Cell Subset 1: These participate in cell-mediated immunity and are essential for controlling such intracellular pathogens as viruses and certain bacteria. They provide cytokine-mediated “help” to cytotoxic T-lymphocytes. IL-2 — Interleukin 2: Cytokine derived from T-helper lymphocytes that causes proliferation of T-lymphocytes and activated B-lymphocytes; maintains longterm cultures of T-cells. IFN-y — Interferon-Gamma: Cytokine which has the ability to inhibit viral replication directly, and most importantly from its immunostimulatory and immunomodulatory effects. IFN-y is produced predominantly by natural killer and natural killer T-cells as part of the innate immune response. Cellular — Cellular Immunity: Involved in resistance to infectious diseases caused by viruses and some bacteria and in delayed hypersensitivity reactions, certain autoimmune issues and allergies. Involves the activation of natural killer cells