September 29, 2006, Newsletter Issue #33: Protection from Stomach Ulcers

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It is believed that most stomach ulcers are caused by the bacteria helicobacter pylori. Research has shown that bovine colostrum prohibits this bacterium from attaching to the lining of the stomach, thereby protecting the stomach from developing ulcers. This is primarily due to the high level of immunoglobulins found in bovine colostrum, which aid in boosting the immune system and protecting the body from viruses and bacteria infections. Promising research has shown that colostrum can be a natural, passive way of protecting the body from pathogens.

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