Colostrum Powder References

  

Featured APS colostrum references and papers:

In a double-blind placebo-controlled trial taking APS45-10 colostrum reduced the number of cold incidences by 38% and 57.6% respectively in the test period in both children and adults.

Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Clinical Nutrition 2007, The 13th Symposium of Adult Disease Countermeasure Society 2008, The 14th Symposium of Adult Disease Countermeasure Society 2009 and Annual Meeting of Japanese Dairy Science Association 2009.

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In an animal trial APS45-10 colostrum administration reduced the H1N1 incidence or infection rate by 19%, but reduced the mortality by a much more significant effect of 132.9%

Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Clinical Nutrition 2007, The 13th Symposium of Adult Disease Countermeasure Society 2008, The 14th Symposium of Adult Disease Countermeasure Society 2009 and Annual Meeting of Japanese Dairy Science Association 2009.

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In a double-blind placebo-controlled trial taking APS45-10 colostrum has been more effective in elevating S-IgA levels in adults compared to placebo.

Paper presented at The 14th Symposium of Adult Disease Countermeasure Society 2009 and Symposium of Japanese Society for Medical Use of Functional Foods 2009.

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NK Activity is an indication of immune state. In an animal trial taking APS45-10 colostrum shows a 41% increase of the ratio of cellular disorders.

Paper presented at The 14th Symposium of Adult Disease Countermeasure Society, 2009 and Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry 2010.

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ColoPlus may be an important alternative or additional treatment in HIV-associated diarrhoea

Floren C.H., Chinenye S., Elfstrand L., Hagman C., Ihse I., ColoPlus, a new product based on bovine colostrum, alleviates HIV-associated diarrhea, Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, 41: 682-686 (2006)

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Two of the bovine colostrums tested effectively inhibited adherence at some concentrations, and could have potential in human clinical nutrition, in particular for treating Candida-associated infection.

Harfoot K.G., Swan J.E., Lock T.J., Sisam L.H.M., Inhibition of Candida albicans adherence by natural products, The University of Waikato, New Zealand.

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