Infant & Toddler Colostrum-LD®
Liposomal Lipid-coated Colostrum for Your Precious One
100% Bovine Colostrum with Immunoglobulins
- Promotes a healthy immune system
- Supports intestinal health
- Distinctive liposomal delivery for beter absorption
- Aids in normal childhood development
Nature's First Milk
Since the dawn of time, mothers' colostrum ("first milk") has sustained and nurtured their newborns. This rich source of immunoglobulins, peptides (lactoferrin & lactoperoxidase), signaling molecules (cytokines, proline-rich polypeptides), beneficial bacteria, and growth factors support the newborn's immune system. Pediatric experts generally agree that colostrum is "liquid gold." Along with extended breastfeeding of human breastmilk, bovine (cow) colostrum can also support precious little ones in their path to a healthy future. Bovine colostrum health benefits are biotransferable to humans.
Optimal Growth, Development & Immune Resilience
The good news is that bovine (cow) colostrum is biologically compatible, plentiful, and a possible dietary supplementation. Living in today's world requires a healthy immune system, and this is why Infant & Toddler Colostrum-LD® is the ideal product to fortify your infant or toddler’s nutritional needs.
Good Health is a Lifelong Endeavor
Fortify your child's daily nutrition with Colostrum-LD® and give them the benefit of healthy immune system support. Bovine Colostrum can be an important part of childhood development, yet not just for little ones. We recommend Colostrum-LD® for all family members to support healthy immune systems and overall well-being… whether you’re two hours old or 102 years old.
Mix colostrum in 4 ounces freshly purified water (not bottled water), formula, or filtered apple juice and provide twice a day. If solid foods are appropriate, add colostrum to yogurt, applesauce, or vegetable puree. Upon taking colostrum for the first time, some infants experience mild sensitivity which may result in changes to stool color or consistency (loose stools or diarrhea). This is a normal reaction, so begin with ¼ teaspoon for the first few feedings and gradually increase to ½ teaspoon. If symptoms persist, contact your pediatrician for further advice.