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    Inosine Colostrum - A "safe" "steroid"?


    They say the FDA is starting to look into this stuff which is basically baby's milk. Supposed to give you an appetite, is low fat, and is supposed to make you stronger.

    Can come in liquid or pills.

    Anybody tried this supplement for months? How did it work for you guys?


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    i have no idea... sry

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    I am pretty sure the colostrum is from bovine, so it should be baby cows milk.

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    Makes sense... So it could be the same as the BGH (Bovine Growth Hormone)they pump into cows in the US nowadays (which reportedly makes the cows grow to massive size and produce a ton of milk.)

    Because of this, the milk producers have to put BGH in the ingredients list if they pumped their cows full of the stuff because the chemicals Do get into the milk and into humans (Effects are ?? though.)

    Hmm..
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    I am pretty sure the colostrum is from bovine, so it should be baby cows milk.

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    An additional point to the post above...

    Remember when Whey protein used to be thrown away as 'Waste' and 'Trash'?

    We never now..we might see colostrum w/ some kind of delivery mechanism pretty soon named "MONSTER MIX" or some hyped up name like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flobot View Post
    Anybody tried this supplement for months? How did it work for you guys?
    I've tried it, months supply came with a tub of protein I bought awhile back. It's not like a pre-workout supp where your going to notice a difference between one workout and the next, but the annecdotal research looks promising, I would continue to take it if I could find a cheap source.

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    From Wikipedia:

    Colostrum contains all five immunoglobulins found in all mammals, IgA, IgD, IgE, IgG and IgM. There are many beneficial proteins in the colostrum, including a variety of growth factors (IGfs).

    Those immunoglobulins seem like a good selling point. The IGf things are debatable I guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by futurepilot View Post
    I've tried it, months supply came with a tub of protein I bought awhile back. It's not like a pre-workout supp where your going to notice a difference between one workout and the next, but the annecdotal research looks promising, I would continue to take it if I could find a cheap source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flobot View Post
    We never now..we might see colostrum w/ some kind of delivery mechanism pretty soon named "MONSTER MIX" or some hyped up name like that.
    methylated colostrum in the near future maybe?

    (side question) do they even pump hormones into prego cows? lol

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    Call it Cowbol or something lol.

    I don't know about pumping them into prego cows but when that cow was born until it was milked dry and eaten as steak it's full of BGH. How to infuse all that BGH into humans without too much of a bad effect is the question.

    Imagine the ***** tits if you inject yourself w/ BGH..Yeah, you'll be as big as a cow but your pecs will look like udders too

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    methylated colostrum in the near future maybe?

    (side question) do they even pump hormones into prego cows? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by flobot View Post
    Call it Cowbol or something lol.

    I don't know about pumping them into prego cows but when that cow was born until it was milked dry and eaten as steak it's full of BGH. How to infuse all that BGH into humans without too much of a bad effect is the question.

    Imagine the ***** tits if you inject yourself w/ BGH..Yeah, you'll be as big as a cow but your pecs will look like udders too
    AHAHAHA

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    i use colostrum as much as wpi, definatly absorbs quicker and you need less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AUTO View Post
    i use colostrum as much as wpi, definatly absorbs quicker and you need less.
    where can you get this stuff?

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    mine from aust/new zealand. you have to buy bulk to get a good deal

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    Yeah I looked into a vitamin shop awhile ago and it's pretty expensive, $35 for 90. Inositol is supposed to make it even better. Inositol can be found in a bunch of natural fat-burner type supplements.

    Quote Originally Posted by AUTO View Post
    mine from aust/new zealand. you have to buy bulk to get a good deal

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    very interested in this. You think a powdered form would be good???

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    Probably would work, just make sure it's from "First Milking," meaning the very first milk that comes out of the udders for the baby cow. Poor baby cow...humans stealing its milk..but then again we give them BGH in return lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by weakestlink View Post
    very interested in this. You think a powdered form would be good???

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    This stuff is cheap via bulk powder....just tell Nutra that "it needs more Cowbol."
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    This stuff is cheap via bulk powder....just tell Nutra that "it needs more Cowbol."
    Does NP even carry Cowbol lol

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    they have colostrum from now foods. not a bad price for a small amount. if they got it in bulk, it would definatly be worth it.

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    how about 4g/day what do you guys think

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    its a start

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    I realize this is off-topic/a tangent to the topic but it should be pointed out that most of what has been posted here about BGH is untrue and flows from propaganda spewed from the likes of PETA and the protectionist EU/Canada. Sorry for the digression, but if this isn't pointed out some f-tard will read this and take it as gospel truth.


    Quote Originally Posted by flobot View Post
    Makes sense... So it could be the same as the BGH (Bovine Growth Hormone)they pump into cows in the US nowadays (which reportedly makes the cows grow to massive size and produce a ton of milk.)

    Because of this, the milk producers have to put BGH in the ingredients list if they pumped their cows full of the stuff because the chemicals Do get into the milk and into humans (Effects are ?? though.)

    Hmm..
    Quote Originally Posted by flobot View Post
    Call it Cowbol or something lol.

    I don't know about pumping them into prego cows but when that cow was born until it was milked dry and eaten as steak it's full of BGH. How to infuse all that BGH into humans without too much of a bad effect is the question.

    Imagine the ***** tits if you inject yourself w/ BGH..Yeah, you'll be as big as a cow but your pecs will look like udders too

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    mate from my experience with it I find it far superior to wpi, and lets face it, how much real scientific eveidence is there on supplements. its trial and error

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    if u dish out like $100 you can run ~25g per day for around 40 days, (this is what most of the scientific studies used for dosing, even up to 40g). Thinking about it.

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    GH stak by nutrabolics ha new zealend colostrum in it!

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    I worked at a gym as a janitor in high school, just to be in the gym atmosphere.

    A regular member put on some good size in a couple months, so I asked what he was doing differently. He moved closer, and said 'It's kind of gross, but...well, my wife just had our baby, and she pumps her milk. She has too much, so I've been drinking the extra. The first portion is colostrum, and I'm feeling GREAT and getting strong. So go knock some chick up. '


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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    This stuff is cheap via bulk powder....just tell Nutra that "it needs more Cowbol."


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    Wow dude. THAT guys' hardcore! He has that Do Whatever It Takes attitude. And I'd bet anybody if anything that Human colostrum consumed by humans is even better than cow colostrum consumed by humans.

    Do you guys ever wonder how a little newborn can clutch your finger harder than what seems possible? They don't have muscles, all they eat is milk from their mom's tit(s) too.

    Quote Originally Posted by poison View Post
    I worked at a gym as a janitor in high school, just to be in the gym atmosphere.

    A regular member put on some good size in a couple months, so I asked what he was doing differently. He moved closer, and said 'It's kind of gross, but...well, my wife just had our baby, and she pumps her milk. She has too much, so I've been drinking the extra. The first portion is colostrum, and I'm feeling GREAT and getting strong. So go knock some chick up. '


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    HArdcore ****. Now just put in a classified ad asking for mother milk lol. Put that **** in your protein shakes and you will look like Ronnie no time.
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    I've read that colostrum plays a big part in babies growth rates. I wouldn't be surprised if it were extremely effective for muscle growth, in sufficient quantities.

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    Without colostrum, babies will never reach their normal genetic potential. They'll literally be the runt of the litter in school. This is why doctors always recommend breast milk as long as possible.

    Edit: Baby grip strengths are actually way higher when they're on breast milk. Once they stop they lose most of that strength and grip strength becomes normal. Grip strength btw is a genetic leftover to humans from monkeys. Baby monkeys had to have massive grip strength to cling to their mothers while their moms swing or climb from tree to tree.

    Quote Originally Posted by poison View Post
    I've read that colostrum plays a big part in babies growth rates. I wouldn't be surprised if it were extremely effective for muscle growth, in sufficient quantities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flobot View Post
    Without colostrum, babies will never reach their normal genetic potential. They'll literally be the runt of the litter in school. This is why doctors always recommend breast milk as long as possible.
    You guys think it has that it is potent enough to make someone grow at an increased testosterone rate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weakestlink View Post
    You guys think it has that it is potent enough to make someone grow at an increased testosterone rate?
    thats the question every1 wants to know

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    Bovine colostrum (BC) has been reported to enhance immune function, reduce fat accumulation and facilitate the movement of glucose to the muscle. However, very few attempts have been made to examine its anti-diabetic effects in diabetes patients. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether BC decreases blood glucose, as well as cholesterol, triglyceride (TG) and ketones levels, which can be elevated by obesity and stress in Type 2 diabetic patients. Sixteen patients (men=8, women=8) with Type 2 diabetes were randomized into the study. Each ingested 5 g of BC on an empty stomach every morning and night for 4 weeks. Blood glucose, ketones (beta-hydroxybutyric acid), total cholesterol and TGs were measured every week. In both the men and women, blood glucose levels at 2 and 8 h postprandial decreased continually during the experimental period. The rate of decrease in blood glucose at 8 h postprandial was not different between the men and women, but was higher in the women (14.25+/-2.66) than in the men (10.96+/-1.82%) at 2 h postprandial. Total cholesterol and TG levels decreased significantly in both the men and women after 4 weeks. Also, beta-hydroxybutyric acid level decreased with BC ingestion, but this was not significant. These results suggest that BC can decrease levels of blood glucose and ketones, as well as reduce cholesterol and TGs, all of which may cause complications in Type 2 diabetic patients.

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    Isn't colostrum what's in Protein Factory's Acne Eraser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slow-mun View Post
    Isn't colostrum what's in Protein Factory's Acne Eraser?
    bovine colostrum was hot in gnc's 5-6 years ago as an anti-aging cure all. if gnc couldn't peddle it either it was a crappy brand or it wasn't all that. i know they were recommending it for everything from sinusitis to migraines. yeah right.

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    Lol, they might have gone overboard. Like what echinacea is today (cure-all.) I don't think it would hurt to supplement with it though. It does increase your immune system's resistance to everything, it doesn't CURE. That's a big difference. It's like comparing vitamins and tylenol.
    Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    bovine colostrum was hot in gnc's 5-6 years ago as an anti-aging cure all. if gnc couldn't peddle it either it was a crappy brand or it wasn't all that. i know they were recommending it for everything from sinusitis to migraines. yeah right.

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    Its costly.... I just bought 500grams for $55AU.. so Im gonna trial it at like 20 grams a day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flobot View Post
    Lol, they might have gone overboard. Like what echinacea is today (cure-all.) I don't think it would hurt to supplement with it though. It does increase your immune system's resistance to everything, it doesn't CURE. That's a big difference. It's like comparing vitamins and tylenol.
    i agree, i can't see it being a bad thing.

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    This is not a miracle standalone product by any means...it may help contribute slightly when everything else is in place.
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