Kid’s Colostrum Cal-D Plus Lysine

BiO-LiFE Kid’s Colostrum Cal-D Plus Lysine is a lemon-flavor chewable tablet with a 4-in-1 formulation containing colostrum, calcium, vitamin D, and lysine. It helps to support children’s healthy growth and physical well-being.

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What are the health benefits of Colostrum, Calcium, Vitamin D and Lysine?

What are the health benefits of Colostrum, Calcium, Vitamin D and Lysine?

  • Colostrum contains Immunoglobulin type G (IgG) and Proline-Rich Peptide (PRP).
  • IgG helps to fight against bacterial and viral infections.1,2
  • PRP supports and restores balance to our immune system.1,3
  • Lysine improves children’s appetite and food variety intake.4
  • Calcium promotes healthy bone and teeth development.5
  • Vitamin D increases calcium absorption.5
Who are recommended to take Kid’s Colostrum Cal-D Plus Lysine?
  • Children with poor appetite.
  • Vegetarian children (inadequate lysine intake).
  • Growing children for healthy growth and development.
What is the recommended dosage?

Children (2 years old and above): 2 chewable tablets, 1 or 2 times daily.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Colostrum Powder (20% IgG & ≥4% PRP) 100mg
Lysine 20mg
Calcium 42mg
Vitamin D 50IU
References

References

  1. Godhia M.L & Patel N. (2013). Colostrum – its composition, benefits as a nutraceutical: a review. Current Research in Nutrition and Food Science, 1(1): 37 -47
  2. Blood Test: Immunoglobulins (IgA, IgG, IgM) (for Parents) – Nemours KidsHealth. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/test-immunoglobulins.html
  3. Power Packed Proline Peptides Restore Immune Balance. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.clinicaleducation.org/resources/abstracts/power-packed-proline-peptides-restore-immune-balance/
  4. Nagai, H., & Takeshita, S. (1961). Nutritional effect of l-lysine supplementation on growth of infants and children. Pediatrics International, 4(2), 40-46
  5. Calcium, Nutrition, and Bone Health – OrthoInfo – AAOS. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://orthoinfo.aaos.org/en/staying-healthy/calcium-nutrition-and-bone-health/
FAQ

FAQ

Q1: Where does the commercial colostrum comes from?
  • Since human colostrum is not easily available, storable, or usable as supplement, bovine colostrum is used for the commercialization purpose. This is because, bovine colostrum can be obtained in large quantities and it is almost the same to human colostrum. In fact, the acquiring processes are monitored according to strict FDA criteria in order to ensure that the colostrum is sterile, hygienic, and free from bovine spongiform encelopathy (BSE) or other harmful substances.
Q2: What are the natural sources of lysine?
  • Naturally, lysine can be found in high quality protein food such as meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and dairy products because deliver all the amino acids needed by our body. It can also be found in plant-based protein such as soy beans, pistachios, and pumpkin seeds, yet the amount is lesser.

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