#81: Mapping Colostrum with Dr. Marvin Singh
Colostrum is nature’s perfect food, or, perhaps, as Dr. Singh suggests in today’s episode, it’s perfect pharmacy! We know it to be the pre-milk substance produced by mother’s breasts in the first 24-hours of lactation. Yet its benefits go beyond baby. Colostrum supplies ideal growth and immune factors to support GI health as well as providing myriad immune boosting properties. Let’s map colostrum!
June 7, 2019
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