Prodiet® Colostrum has shown excellent results on patients in the field of intestinal heath in several in vitro studies.
Growth factors have been shown to promote regeneration of the digestive endoepithelium¹ for improved renewal of the intestinal barrier.
By promoting epithelial regeneration, growth factors also enhance the barrier effect of the digestive epithelium, thereby reducing the risk of infection or diarrhoea²
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 Boesman-Finkelstein, M. ; et al. (1989). Bovine lactogenic immunity against cholera toxin-related enterotoxins and Vibrio cholerae outer membranes. Infections and Immunity ; 57(4) ; 1227-1234.
- By boosting the immune system, IgG and growth factors prevent colonisation of the digestive system by pathogens3-4
- IgAs will support the intestinal barrier with mucosal protection against pathogens (adherent bacteria)5 .
- Thanks to its anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties
 Van Hooijdonk, A.C. ; Kussendrager, K.D. ; Steijns, J.M. (2000). In vivo antimicrobial and antiviral activity of components in bovine milk and colostrum involved in non-specific defence. British Journal of Nutrition ; 84 ; Suppl. 1 ; S127-S134.
 Ragab, S.S. ; Afifi, E.A.A. (2001). Bovine colostrum: its dietary supplementation role in improvement and modulation of human immune indices. Bulletin of Egyptian Society for Physiological Sciences ; 21(2) ; 453-479.
 Walter L. Hurley, and Peter K. Theil (2011). Perspectives on Immunoglobulins in Colostrum and Milk . Nutrients; 3; 442-474.