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Colostrum

Postby ANON001 » Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:35 am

Hi,

Anyone bought colostrum for kids to consume? heard of this brand before from this http://www.health-coach-international.com
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Postby kwokwc » Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:34 am

Hi, I do give my kids colostrum to eat. But not the same brand as what you mention. I got mine from Tupperware brand, which is already 65yrs in the market. I have trust in Tupperware since it has been in business for so long. In fact, my kids after taking colostrum, I do find them stronger. Even if they fall sick, they recover faster too.

In fact, my son is going for oversea learning journey in Korea, I am packing Colostrum for him to bring as vitamin to strength his body.

I think Tupperware brand's Colostrum is also cheaper, 120's at $63. They also have 15's for S$9.00 for people to try out. Tupperware's Colostrum also contains DHA which is good for their brain development, so also save $$, as I don't need to buy scott emulsion for them. I have tasted it and I find it quite nice, vanilla taste. If you want to find out more, you can pm me or visit www.ladyclique.com

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Postby CMF » Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:45 pm

My kids have been taking these colostrum chewables http://www.iherb.com/Symbiotics-Colostr ... /4880?at=1 and I find that their immunity has improved alot. Also, it helps in regulating their digestive tract.

For info, if ordering supplements from I-herb, u can get USD5 off your first order if u key in this discount code EMI720.

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Colostrum

Postby Nyetling » Sat Apr 16, 2011 2:29 am

My Children & husband have taken the Colostrum milk every night before they went on bed. For my husband, he have suffered the gastric acid problem most of the time, after taken the colostrum since last 3 months, the gastric acid did not come back again.

As for my children, they took it every night before they went on bed and they like it. Colostrum can help growing children on many ways, such as better concentration, coordination and increased memory. In addition, children have a higher tendency to catch colds and illnesses from other schoolmates and colostrums will help immensely in strengthening their immunity.

Colostrum is fortified with DHA/EPA, a crucial ingredient that is needed for the development of the brain in infant and children. Researches have shown that children with sufficient DHA/EPA intake possess far greater intellectual intelligence compared to children without DHA/EPA.

Colostrum have the bHuman Growth Factors for optimum development, increased performance, and hormonal regulation. Insulin-like Growth Factors for blood sugar lowering and regulation. Epithelial & Fibroblast Growth Factors for enhanced regeneration of bones and muscles, and blood vessels Metabolic Factors for healthy metabolic levels.

The Colostrum that I bought for my family, it came in a pack of 30 SACHETS and the price S$2.25 per Sachets. It's not cheap, but anyway it's still better than paying the money to the doctor in the GP or hospital when anyone get sick. right?

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Postby chatelaine » Mon Apr 18, 2011 1:54 pm

Hi

I bought mine from GNC. Finds my DD recovers fast if she ever gets sick. After taking for a few months, I find her immune system better.

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Colostrum

Postby Nyetling » Mon Apr 18, 2011 9:46 pm

HI chatelaine,
Is your DD still taking the Colostrum? How old is she right now? What is the name of the Colostrum that you bought from GNC and where is the product from?

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Re: Colostrum

Postby margaret99 » Thu May 12, 2011 4:08 pm

HI I want to know also...what brand in GNC?
is it suitable for fussy eater? my son likes Brands Vitamin C chews the pink color one but recently I changed to Multi V. chews white color, he then refuse to take...he's picky on things...but still I want to give it a try. I couldn't breastfeed my son and he's on fomula since day one so it might give me some comfort if i can find other type of colostrum. He's small size and skinny, now 4 and half years onld only 15 kgs!

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Re: Colostrum

Postby kwokwc » Thu May 12, 2011 8:47 pm

margaret99 wrote:HI I want to know also...what brand in GNC?
is it suitable for fussy eater? my son likes Brands Vitamin C chews the pink color one but recently I changed to Multi V. chews white color, he then refuse to take...he's picky on things...but still I want to give it a try. I couldn't breastfeed my son and he's on fomula since day one so it might give me some comfort if i can find other type of colostrum. He's small size and skinny, now 4 and half years onld only 15 kgs!

Hi margaret99, would your son like chocolate flavour colostrum? If yes, the colostrum that I am giving my kids now come in chocolate flavour. A bottle of 120 tablets costs $63 or a strip of 15 tablets (more for people to try out) costs $9.00. However, when giving kids these kind of health supplement, must make sure they drink more water as it tends to be a bit more heaty.

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Re: Colostrum

Postby margaret99 » Fri May 13, 2011 3:51 pm

thanks kwokwc.
how to get the try out package? i don't mind trying...though not sure if my son will like it or not.
eating chocolate is ok but others depends...i last time bought for him pedisure chocolate flavor but he didn't take...headache :(

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Re: Colostrum

Postby kwokwc » Fri May 13, 2011 4:16 pm

margaret99 wrote:thanks kwokwc.
how to get the try out package? i don't mind trying...though not sure if my son will like it or not.
eating chocolate is ok but others depends...i last time bought for him pedisure chocolate flavor but he didn't take...headache :(


hi margaret99, I have already pm you on how to get the try out package. Do check your inbox. The 2 flavour are chocolate and vanilla, so you can decide whether you want to get for him chocolate or vanilla. I have not tried the chocolate before, but I do find the vanilla one quite nice. :smile:

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