In Brief

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Herxheimer Reaction
It's a good indicator that the beneficial effect is working....
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McGill University, Montreal
There's a very important gift a new mother gives her baby just after birth
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Gut research science review
Prof. Ray Playford et al.
Review of colostrum in gastroenterology

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Cooking with Colostrum
Colostrum is a traditional food used by British farmers for centuries. To try some recipes, click here...
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Frequently asked questions

with such a wealth of information regarding the benefits of neovite, it's sometimes difficult to know where to begin. our simple FAQ is a great place to start discovering how neovite can help you.

Why dairy colostrum?
What about BSE?
How safe is neovite?
What about lactose intolerance?
What about pregnancy and nursing?
Can children have neovite?
What about pets?
What about the calf?
Why is neovite de-fatted?
Which neovite should I take?
How much should I take?
How long will it take me to feel any different?
Does alcohol affect neovite?
Can I take neovite with medications
Are there any side effects from neovite?
I'm a vegetarian.
Should neovite be pasteurised?
The udders can be contaminated with E-coli, salmonella and other pathogenic bacteria from manure. This can contaminate dairy products which MUST be pasteurised to kill pathogens. There are two ways of pasteurising colostrum - HTST (high temperature/short time) 15 seconds at 72 deg C. or a vat process 30-minute at 63 deg. neovite HTST pasteurisation uses equipment found in the modern dairy that does not denature the colostrum. In the 30-minute pasteurisation process, a vat is heated from the outside. During the time this takes, bacteria grow in the colostrum, reducing its efficacy.
Why collect over 24 hrs rather than the first 6?
Is oestrogen found in neovite?