Bovine Colostrum & Superbugs: Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs Are Lurking in Our Food Supply
Superbugs were once a figment of Hollywood's imagination, but no more. These antibiotic-resistant bacteria and deadly viruses are definitely real; they're here and making people ill in record numbers and taking lives. Superbugs commonly found in the soil and in animal and human gastrointestinal tracts make their way to the dinner table via contaminated processing equipment, food workers' dirty hands, manure applied to crops, as well as livestock and fish, who have themselves been raised on unnecessary antibiotics. Bovine colostrum is our last and most promising hope for survival against these superbugs. Antibodies in bovine colostrum can be effective in both the prevention or treatment of diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
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