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Here's A Simple Solution To Improve Your Nutritional Adsorption
By Farrell Seah
A healthy gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) houses beneficial bacteria for the thorough breakdown of food, and it contains carrier proteins for the transport of vitamins and minerals across the intestinal lining. Further, it employs a host of active antibodies for the continuous removal of toxins from the gut.

All three of these are necessary to ensure that we receive the proper nutrition from the foods we eat, and maintain the body’s first line of defense against dangerous bacteria and other pathogens. Herein lies colostrum’s magic, and the reason behind its tremendous success in positively influencing the treatment of a wide variety of different diseases.

Because most chronic illnesses are directly linked to a breakdown in the function of the digestive system, colostrum’s ability to balance the processes in the gastrointestinal tract make it perhaps the single most effective means of ensuring overall health and preventing disease.

Our modern diets are characterized by a high intake of refined sugars, food additives, and herbicide/pesticide residues. Many of us also consume large quantities of caffeine, alcohol, antibiotics or other prescription medications.

All of these irritate the lining of the digestive tract, and this irritation can in turn lead to chronic inflammation of the intestinal walls—a particularly common and disruptive disorder called leaky gut syndrome. Leaky gut syndrome is so named because chronic inflammation of the gut makes the intestinal walls more permeable to large molecules, dangerous pathogens, and toxins inside the gastrointestinal tract.

This increased gut permeability in turn allows the absorption of large, undigested food molecules and pathogens into the bloodstream, which can lead to the development of food allergies or initiate autoimmune responses associated with arthritis, lupus, and other autoimmune diseases. Chronic inflammation also prevents the proper absorption of nutrients, and hinders the removal of harmful parasites, bacteria, and viruses from

the gastrointestinal tract.

Several factors in colostrum are active in reducing inflammation, healing the gastrointestinal tract, and preventing the proliferation of pathogens within it. The growth factors in colostrum act quickly to stimulate the repair of damaged tissue in the intestinal lining, reducing its inflammation and restoring its decreased permeability to pathogens entering the gastrointestinal tract.

The immune factors in colostrum contain proteins called immunoglobulins that bind to and assist in the destruction of pathogens, alleviating diarrhea and improving nutritional uptake. Other immunologically active proteins, like cytokines and lactoferrin, regulate the intensity of the immune response, or alter the balance of minerals in the digestive tract to keep them harmful bacteria at bay. Colostrum further prevents intestinal infections with specialized sugar molecules, called glycoproteins, which prevent pathogens from attaching themselves to the intestinal wall.

All these immune and growth factors work together to restore the healthy function of the gastrointestinal tract, and maintain the body’s first line of defense against infection from harmful pathogens. With a healthy intestinal tract restored, toxic load on body is reduced and nutritional uptake is enhanced. In addition to resolving a variety of gastrointestinal disorders, this can virtually eliminate the signs and symptoms of food allergies, and alleviate many of the physical symptoms associated with many other autoimmune disorders.

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