MAXTM embodies the following:
NOTE: Most colostrum
brands on the market today are not sold as 1st milking colostrums and therefore do not contain
the high peptide content essential to support efficacy and performance.Very few organizations in the world have the ability to collect this“1st
milking”colostrum in commercial volumes, including complying with the highest quality
assurance standards.That is why up until the development of Colostrum MAXTM most colostrum brands on the market never
highlighted their peptide content and only highlighted their IgG content which is less
important.The IgG content of colostrum has no effect on the modulating effect of the immune system and
cell activity but a high peptide content does.You will notice on the graph below the dramatic decline in peptide content if colostrum is not
collected within the first 16 hours after birth of the calf.
WHY IS A HIGH PEPTIDE
CONTENT IN COLOSTRUM SO IMPORTANT?
For Colostrum to have a very high peptide content it must be
collected from selected dairy cows within 16 hours of the cow giving birth to a calf.
Very few organizations in the world have the ability to collect this
“1st milking” colostrum in commercial volumes, including complying with the highest quality
assurance standards. This high peptide (PRPs) content of the pure colostrum is the key to
increasing its overall effectiveness and stimulating effects on the body in many areas (see
As with the old adage “ Oils
ain’t Oils ”, the same is true when comparing
colostrum brands on the market today. Research indicates that consuming more
than 10 gms per day of pure, 1st milking, high peptide
content Colostrum MAXTM does not
increase the therapeutic benefits. Unless you are fighting a chronic illness a maintenance
dosage of 5 gms per day should be sufficient.
WHAT DO PROLINE-RICH PEPTIDES (PRPs) IN COLSTRUM
These naturally occurring peptides are found throughout the body and
are the main regulators of cell protein synthesis. PRPs are also often called info-peptides,
info-proteins, or cytokine precursors. Proline-rich polypeptides (PRPs) function as signaling
peptides produced by activated macrophages and activated T-cells that control the production of all
Disclaimer: These statements have not been
evaluated by the TGA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any
disease but it is registered as a "Listed Medicine"