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Bovine colostrum has been known for centuries for its health benefits and is described in the current scientific literature as on of the most promising nutraceuticals for the prevention or mitigation of various diseases in humans. The great news is that there’s also a growing amount of research highlighting the benefits of bovine colostrum for our domestic cats and dogs as well. In this episode, I talk about how bovine colostrum can help in the management of infection, gastrointestinal disorders, allergy symptoms, and in the repair and recovery of muscles, tendons and bone in both us and our dogs, and why I’m so happy that my customers have access to such an amazing natural product!
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