Recent Examples of colostrum from the Web
If the situation did not improve within hours, caregivers would isolate the animal and begin a feeding program, starting with colostrum, an ultranutritious substance that mammals produce for a few days after birth to build a baby’s immune system.
The Journal of Infectious Disease from 1998 made a case for bovine colostrum, which was supported by information found in the Natural Medicine database.
There is evidence that bovine colostrum can be protective for TD caused by E.coli when it is taken before each meal.
Two Chinese panda experts brought colostrum, or early breast milk, from panda mothers in China to help in the crucial first week, Delord said.
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Origin and Etymology of colostrum
First Known Use: 1577See Words from the same year
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