armacura colostrum Over 400 nutrients in natural composition The IgG Factor 40 The IgG factor indicates the level of immunoglobulin G (IgG) concentration present in the colostrum ingredients. The designation IgG 40 on armacura colostrum products thus indicates that armacura colostrum contains 40 x more immunoglobulin G than a comparable quantity of human breast milk. armacura Colostrum. Nothing else. But what nutrients are actually contained? Amino acids are vital protein building blocks for cell metabolism and cell regeneration. A deficiency of amino acids can be the cause of growth disorders and a general weakening of the immune system, among other things. An optimal supply of amino acids ensures the provision of energy in the physical as well as in the mental sphere and therefore has a decisive influence on physical and mental performance. Immunoglobulins (=antibodies) are of decisive importance for the human organism for the prevention and defense against infections. It can be assumed that cattle in particular produce a wide variety of immunoglobulins, which can also cause passive immunization in humans. It has now also been proven that the cow produces up to 2 kg of immunoglobulins in the first three days after birth. Natural growth factors influence almost all cellular processes in the body. They can accelerate the growth of many cell types, but also inhibit the growth of cells. While one growth factor protects the protein coat of the muscle cell, for example, another can accelerate bone or cartilage growth. Another growth factor, in turn, prevents the growth of harmful cells. The interaction of the individual growth factors thus results in a perfect balance of cell metabolism. In addition, certain growth factors are equally capable of influencing the immune system and stimulating the body’s own production of immunoglobulins. Vitamins form the prerequisite for a regulated protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism. In the meantime, the effects of a dangerous vitamin deficiency are well known. Even more ingredients are for example Cytokines, which stimulate the lymph glands and also contain highly effective antiviral immune factors. Glycol proteins enable the immune and growth factors to pass through the acidic digestive system. Lactoferrin and transferrin transport iron to red blood cells and prevent access to iron by bacteria or viruses. Prolactin promotes the formation of breast milk. Lactobacillus Bifidus Acidophilus also aids in digestion and reduces the amount of harmful bacteria and fungi in the digestive system. In addition, endorphins, interleukins, interferons, biotin, L-carnitine, melatonin, insulin, lysozyme, C3, C4 and orosomucoid, a-1-fetoprotein, a-1-antitrypsin, prolactin, xanthine oxidase, lactoperoxidase, proline-rich polypeptides (PRPs) and many others are also present in the colostrum ingredients.