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Research Shows That Transforming Growth Factor (TgF) Found In Colostrum Can Help Prevent Osteoporosis

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Osteoclasts are cells which degrade bone, undermining its structure, creating the porosity and loss of bone strength called osteoporosis.

Osteoblasts, on the other hand, are bone-building cells. As we age, the number of osteoblasts decreases and osteoclasts increase in number. This is especially true of post-menopausal women, as a decline in estrogen levels has been shown to lead to an increase in osteoclasts.

A study reported in the journal Natural Medicine shows that TgF-B which is found in nature only in colostrum, is naturally produced by the osteoblasts, the bone-building cells. The study also proved that TgF-B dramatically increased cell apoptosis (cell death) among the osteoclasts, the bone-destroying cells.

The study suggests that TgF-B could help slow or even prevent the development of osteoporosis.

Colostrum is the only readily available natural source of growth factors, including TgF-B. We therefore recommend that anyone who desires to positively affect bone density and strength, take colostrum on a regular basis. We also recommend that post-menopausal women see their health practitioner for tests of hormone levels. The research findings suggest that the combination of careful hormone replacement therapy (such as estrogen and progesterone) with a daily intake of colostrum could be extremely effective against this common scourge among tso many members of our society.