Some Frequently Asked Questions:
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Question: How much colostrum should I take? 

Answer: The optimal amount of colostrum will vary from individual to individual and will depend on the  reasons for taking it. Factors to consider are age,  weight, and overall health. A general formula is to take 1000 mg. for every 50 pounds of body weight.* This should be split between two doses. Those who are struggling with a health difficulty should consider larger amounts. Many people build up to a higher dosage for a period of time and then reduce to a maintenance level when the desired effects are received. More colostrum can be taken during times of stress and  illness to move through the symptoms quickly. There  have never been any reported side effects from taking  too much. 

*Recommendations are based on a "first-milking" colostrum - considerably more will be required if a transitional colostrum is used.

Question: When should I take colostrum?

Answer:  Colostrum is best taken on an empty stomach with an ample amount of water. It is made up of large protein molecules which are designed to pass through   the stomach and be released in the small intestines. It also contains protease inhibitors which block the digestion of protein so that it can make its way to the intestines intact. If there is food in the stomach, the food may not be adequately digested and food in the intestinal tract will compete with the colostrum for binding sites, thus making it less effective. Most people take colostrum first thing in the morning with a large glass of water and again later in the day several hours after the noon meal. For best results, it is best not to eat for about 30 minutes to allow the colostrum to pass into the system without difficulty. Some individuals notice that if they take it before bedtime the extra energy it generates keeps them from falling asleep. It is recommended that it be taken before 7:00  p.m.

Question:Will colostrum interfere with other supplements or medications?

Answer: Colostrum has no drug interactions. However, because of colostrum's regenerative properties you may want to frequently evaluate the need of any               medications you are taking. Dosages may eventually need to be reduced. Because colostrum is so beneficial in contributing to the health of the intestinal wall, nutrients are often more easily assimilated and you may eventually need less of the supplements you take.  Always consult your physician before taking any  supplement.

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