100% Pure Australian Bio Colostrum Powder ‐ 60g pouch by South Gippsland Dairy
  • 100% Pure Australian Bio Colostrum Powder ‐ 60g pouch by South Gippsland Dairy

    South Gippsland Dairy Bio Colostrum is taken from the 1st milking of 100% Australian pasture raised cows, only after her newborn calf has received all the nutrients from the Colostrum that it requires.

    "Our whole colostrum is guaranteed to have nothing skimmed off, concentrated or removed" says the manufacturer.

    Colostrum can be consumed by it self or taken sprinkled on your cereal, with yoghurt, ice cream, custard, milk or in smoothie.

    High IgG Content IgG 28-32%

    Serving Suggestions

    Take 1 metric tsp (2 g) daily, or as professionally advised. We recommend to increase your dose if feeling unwell.

    Do Not Heat.

    To ensure best results, do not add to hot beverages or hot food. Do not microwave.


    Store in a cool dry place below 25°C. May be refrigerated. Do not use if seal is broken.

    Allergen Advice

    Contains lactose and cows milk proteins.If you feel unwell or have any allergic reaction to our Bio Colostrum Powder, please stop consumption immediately.


    Not recommended for children under the age of 12 months or pregnant women except on professional advice.

    Bovine colostrum is reported to stimulate the growth of intestinal cells, strengthen and repair the gut wall and prevent intestinal permeability. (4,5,6,7,8,9)

    These beneficial effects are likely due to the many growth factors, such as IGF-1 within colostrum that are designed for cell repair.

    Colostrum is reported to be beneficial in treating a range of intestinal problems such as diarrhoea(1)repairing damage from use of Anti-inflammatory medicines(4,7) help with Leaky Gut Syndrome and help the body with many consequential medical conditions from an unhealthy gut.

    Colostrum is naturally meant to be consumed orally; with its antibodies designed to survive the harsh journey through the digestive tract. (3).

    Our gut contains on average: 40,000 bacterial species and 100 trillion microbial cells. Most of them are in your intestines, but they thrive all around your body and bloodstream. The microbes we live with, particularly those in our guts, play a role in human health and well-being, as well as influencing the brain, neurological function, and actions. Beneficial bacteria in our microbiome can aid in the fight against infection anywhere in the body.

    When the balance of these microbes gets out of balance due to antibiotics, age, lifestyle, or diet, your gut’s health gets compromised. This can lead to various conditions including IBS, bloating, leaky gut, constipation and more.

    Fortunately, mother nature provides us with potentially a means to reverse the damage and help our gut heal. One of the best on offer is colostrum.

    Colostrum is the first milk provided by mammals, including humans, and is a superfood for our gut biome. We can get colostrum from our mother when we’re first born, but once we’re adults we can turn to a different source.

    Bovine colostrum (cow colostrum) is very similar to human colostrum. It is rich in vitamins and minerals, disease-fighting proteins, growth hormones, and digestive enzymes.

    Many traditional cultures have a long history of consuming a portion of the colostrum produced when a dairy animal gives birth. Recent studies confirm that taking bovine colostrum supplements can boost immunity, combat disease, and enhance gut health in adults.(1)

    Bovine colostrum has been shown to be useful to treat inflammation of your gastro intestinal tract caused by antibiotics, chronic steroid use (as treatment for arthritis or skin conditions). It promotes intestinal cell development, reinforces the gut wall, has been reported to reduce the gut permeability levels. (7)

    Healing Leaky Gut

    The growth factors in colostrum are said to be important for reversing intestinal permeability. They are said to promote the stimulation of cell proliferation and wound healing, which may help to strengthen the gut lining and improves its integrity.

    Overall, bovine colostrum is one of the best supplements to help with gut health.

    SGD Bio Colostrum is superior to many others on the market. Nothing skimmed off, separated, concentrated, diluted with milk powder, having foreign lipids (fats) added or subject to high spray drying temperatures during processing.

    It is 100% Australian, Whole, 1st Milking, Freeze Dried Colostrum. Just as nature intended.



    http://www.foodandnutritionjournal.org/volume1number1/colostrum-its-composition-benefits-as-a-nutraceutical-a-review/ ColostrumMcConnell, Buchan,Borissenko, Brooks. Food research International 34:255-261 ( 2001).A comparison of IgG and IgG1 activity in an early milk concentrate from non-immunised cows and a Milk from hyperimmunised animals.

    https://nutritionj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12937-015-0010-7Jasion and Burnett Nutrition Journal ( 2015) 14:22. Survival and digestibility of orally-adminstered immunoglobulin preparations containing igG through the gastrointestinal tract in humans.

    https://gut.bmj.com/content/44/5/653Bovine colostrum is a health food supplement which prevents NSAID induced gut damage.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5409709Oral Supplementation with Bovine Colostrum Decreases Intestinal Permeability and Stool Concentrations of Zonulin in Athletes.

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21148400The nutriceutical bovine colostrum truncates the increase in gut permeability caused by heavy exercise in athleteshttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11352778/Co-administration of the health food supplement, bovine colostrum, reduces the acute non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug-induced increase in intestinal permeability

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/14527963/Reduction in heat-induced gastrointestinal hyperpermeability in rats by bovine colostrum and goat milk

    powdershttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23717570/ Bovine colostrum increases pore-forming claudin-2 protein expression but paradoxically not ion permeability possibly by a change of the intestinal cytokine milieu