Eric and Melissa Smith

Helena, Alabama


Thursday, July 22, 2010

Limited Time Offer: REDUCED PRICE on Colostrum Transfer Factor

Limited Time Offer: Colostrum Transfer Factor $8 (regular price $19)

Quick Overview:
Colostrum Transfer Factor - 120 Capsules - 500mg Colostrum (Bovine)

from www.beeyoutiful.com: "Colostrum is the nutrient-rich, pre-milk fluid produced by all mammals during the first few days after giving birth. It has an extremely high concentration of immunoglobulins (uniquely structured proteins that naturally contribute to healthy immune function). Colostrum keeps certain bacteria from adhering to mucus membranes.
"Also contained in colostrum is something called “transfer factor,” which is a tiny molecule that contains information about the mother's immune system. This immune information is passed on to the recipient. Because animals are exposed to many of the same "bugs" as humans, this bovine colostrum is able to boost the human immune system via the information in the transfer factor! Colostrum has been shown to increase overall immunity, expedite the body’s natural process of wound healing and assist in the maintenance of healthy bacterial response, in adults as well as children."

We have one bottle of Colostrum Transfer Factor with a best-if-used-by date of August 2010. Be the first person to comment on this blog (call, e-mail or post a comment) and you may have this bottle for only $8 (plus sales tax and/or shipping charges, where applicable). This is less than half of the regular price.

We asked the experts at Beeyoutiful about the safety and effectiveness of this product beyond the 8/2010 date. Here is the reply we received: "In general, our supplements should be fine for 2-3 months after the due date as our manufacturer is quite conservative with expiration dates. However, after the due date we can no longer guarantee that they will be as effective due to oxidation. Once they are around 3 months past the due date, some components of the supplement might start to deteriorate significantly, and at this time it would be best to get rid of it."

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