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Phospholipid Colostrum - 300 g Default Category Nutricology
Phospholipid Colostrum - 300 g Default Category Nutricology
Phospholipid Colostrum - 300 g Default Category Nutricology

    Phospholipid Colostrum - 300 g



    NutriCology Phospholipid Colostrum 

    Phospholipid Colostrum is obtained solely from U.S. Grade-A dairy-milk, from cows raised on United States farms, and only from milk drawn within the first 24 hours after birthing. The ratios of the naturally occurring immuno-peptides in Phospholipid Colostrum are not manipulated, and the result is a natural balance of nutrition with immune factors, including a minimum 60% protein and 20% immunoglobulin G (IgG). Additionally, a phospholipid coating from non-GMO sunflower lecithin protects the colostrum from harsh gastric juices and enhances dissolution and absorption.

    • Premium colostrum from a state-of-the-art dedicated colostrum facility
    • Non-GMO sunflower lecithin phospholipid coating (soy-free) mimics that of fresh colostrum
    • Collected fresh year-round from clean, United States Grade-A dairies
    • Tested for active nutrients and compounds, and free of antibiotics and pesticides


    Serving Size: 1 Scoop (5 g) Amount/Serving
    Calories 50
    Cholesterol 4.2 mg
    Sodium 21 mg
    Total Carbohydrates 0.8 g
    Total Sugars 0.5 g
    Total Fibers
    100 mg
    Protein 3.5 g
    Calcium 69.5 mg
    Colostrum and Sunflower Lecithin Phospholipids 5 g
    Immunoglobulins (Total) 1 g

    Other Ingredients: Milk protein concentrate, medium chain triglycerides, natural flavors.

    Suggested Use

    As a dietary supplement, 1 scoop (5 g) one or two times daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

    Warning: Women who are pregnant, wishing to become pregnant, or breastfeeding should use only under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner.

    Store in a cool, dry place, tightly sealed.

    More Info

    During processing, the colostrum particles in Phospholipid Colostrum are coated with phospholipids, to provide protection from harsh gastric juices and enhance dissolution and absorption. The phospholipid coating is derived from non-GMO, non-allergenic sunflower oil lecithin (soy-free).

    Phospholipid Colostrum’s coating mimics the phospholipid coating of fresh, liquid colostrum, and it is made of the same kind of phospholipids found in our cell membranes, including those in the lining of the GI tract. Although some colostrum products claim they are “liposomal colostrum”, there is no such thing. True liposomes are much smaller than the phospholipids on the surface of natural colostrum.

    Phospholipid Colostrum utilizes only colostrum from the first milkings, from healthy cows raised on United States Grade-A dairies. The first milkings have the highest levels of active compounds. Of the many gallons of colostrum that the mother produces in the twenty-four hours after birth, only a portion is utilized to insure that the calf gets all that it needs.

    Phospholipid Colostrum is processed in a state-of-the-art colostrum plant, using low pressure and temperature, and spray dried with indirect steam to maintain maximum bio-activity. This is a modern, dedicated-use plant for the production of colostrum that meets the highest “human consumption” standards of quality and sanitation. It does not produce any colostrum at a lower standard, “for other uses”.

    The cows that supply the colostrum in Phospholipid Colostrum are raised in a variety of locations throughout the United States. Besides the spring-time colostrum that is native to the northern areas of the U.S., we also obtain colostrum from dairies in the southern United States, where the mild climate allows cows to give birth at any time of year, thus providing us with a year-round supply of fresh colostrum. Colostrum from New Zealand, Northern Europe, and other locales is produced only in the spring , and that spring-time production is then used as their colostrum supply for the rest of the year, which makes it, for much of the year, more of an ‘aged’ colostrum product.