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Colostrum is a special milk which is produced during pregnancy and continue through the early days of breastfeeding while placenta is an organ attached to the lining of the womb during pregnancy and keeps the unborn baby’s blood supply.
While many people know the wholesome goodness of both colostrum and placenta, they may not understand the rich nutrients or what makes them different from each other. Which is better as a supplement to human?
Let us look at some key points:
· Active ingredients: Both have active ingredients which are considered as transfer factors or immune messenger molecules. These molecules contain antigen which boost and maintain the balance of the immune system against harmful agents. Placentas especially sheep placenta has more advantages with transfer factors, amino acids, growth factors, hyaluronic acid, enzymes, vitamins, minerals and antibodies.
· Benefits: Both colostrum carries the same benefit of helping to balance the immune system of the body. However, sheep placentas have more than that. It helps balance hormone, improve energy and stamina, lubricate joints and rejuvenate the skin, making it more youthful looking.
· Function: One of the most distinct differences between colostrum and placenta is the key functions. Colostrum focuses on protecting and repairing the body only but placenta is able to protect, repair and regenerate the body cells. In short, it can help create, regenerate cells that are vital to our body.
· Key people who benefited most: Everyone can take colostrum and placenta products. While colostrum is highly recommended for people with immune disorder, placenta is more extensive, extending the benefits to people with all kinds of health problems as well as for premature aging (health and beauty).
All in all, both colostrum and placenta have wholesome goodness and rich nutrients for our body. It all depends on individual needs and those who truly appreciate its benefits.