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Radio 4 'On Your Farm'
Short radio documentary on colostrum by the Farming Today team.
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Founder's story
My name is John Rolfs and I’m 53 years old. For the last 20 years...
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Gut research science review
Prof. Ray Playford et al.
Review of colostrum in gastroenterology

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Athletes increase performance
Research study of athletes in training using a colostrum supplement...
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Typical profile of neovite30
Typical profile of neovite low lactose
TYPICAL PROFILE OF NEOVITE30 (subject to natural variation) Protein (6.38*N).......................55.0 % Fat........................................0.8 % Lactose.................................34.0 % Moisture.................................3.0 % Ash.......................................7.0 % Immunoglobulin G content of proteins (determined by HPLC- Protein G).....30 % Typical Amino Acid Profile (expressed as %w/w) Alanine...................................2.3 Arginine..................................2.5 Aspartic acid.............................5.1 Cystine...................................0.5 Glutamic acid..........................12.8 Glycine...................................1.6 Histidine.................................1.6 Isoleucine................................3.0 Leucine...................................5.5 Lysine....................................5.2 Methionine...............................1.3 Phenylalanine............................2.9 Proline....................................5.6 Serine.....................................4.0 Threonine................................3.2 Tryptophan...............................0.8 Tyrosine..................................3.4 Valine.....................................4.2 Typical Mineral Profile (expressed in mg/100g powder unless otherwise stated) Iron.......................................4.8 Chloride..................................950 Calcium.................................1277 Zinc......................................6.12 Phosphorus.............................1228 Magnesium...............................137 Sodium...................................446 Potassium..............................1320 Heavy metals as lead..................<10 mg/kg Typical Microbiological Assay Aerobic Plate Count.................. <10,000 cfu / g Coliforms.................................ND (not detected) E.coli......................................ND Yeast and Moulds......................<50 cfu/g Coagulase positive Staphylococcus....ND/g Salmonella................................ND/750g Listeria...................................ND/g Typical Anti-Pathogen Activity Staphylococcus aureus Streptococcus pyogenes Streptococcus mutans Escherichia coli Salmonella enteritidis Klebsiella pneumoniae Helicobacter pylori Yersinia enterocolitica Bacillus cereus Proponibacterium acnes Staphylococcus epidermidis Streptococcus pneumoniae Streptococcus agalactiae Escherichia coli 0157:H7 Salmonella typhimurium Haemophilus influenzae Listeria monocytogenes Campylobacter jejuni Candida albicans to the top TYPICAL PROFILE OF NEOVITE low lactose (subject to natural variation) Protein (6.38*N).......................80.0 % Fat........................................1.8 % Lactose.................................9.0 % Moisture.................................4.0 % Ash.......................................5.0 % Immunoglobulin G content of proteins (determined by HPLC- Protein G).....30%
Typical Amino Acid Profile (expressed as %w/w) Alanine...................................3.0 Arginine..................................3.3 Aspartic acid.............................6.8 Cystine...................................0.8 Glutamic acid..........................16.0 Glycine...................................2.0 Histidine.................................2.2 Isoleucine................................4.2 Leucine...................................7.8 Lysine....................................6.9 Methionine...............................1.7 Phenylalanine............................3.9 Proline....................................7.5 Serine.....................................5.3 Threonine................................4.6 Tryptophan...............................1.1 Tyrosine..................................4.5 Valine.....................................5.6 Typical Mineral Profile (expressed in mg/100g powder unless otherwise stated) Iron......................................0.65 Chloride..................................218 Calcium.................................1364 Zinc..........................................9 Phosphorus.............................1154 Magnesium.............................108.2 Sodium...................................155 Potassium...............................510 Heavy metals as lead..................<10 mg/kg Typical Microbiological Assay Aerobic Plate Count.................. <10,000 cfu / g Coliforms.................................ND (not detected) E.coli......................................ND Yeast and Moulds......................<50 cfu/g Coagulase positive Staphylococcus....ND/g Salmonella................................ND/750g Listeria...................................ND/g Typical Anti-Pathogen Activity Staphylococcus aureus Streptococcus pyogenes Streptococcus mutans Escherichia coli Salmonella enteritidis Klebsiella pneumoniae Helicobacter pylori Yersinia enterocolitica Bacillus cereus Proponibacterium acnes Staphylococcus epidermidis Streptococcus pneumoniae Streptococcus agalactiae Escherichia coli 0157:H7 Salmonella typhimurium Haemophilus influenzae Listeria monocytogenes Campylobacter jejuni Candida albicans to the top