Lactoferrin

Lactoferrin is a type of protein that occurs naturally in cow’s and human milk. Its largest amounts are found in colostrum, the first milk after childbirth. Lactoferrin is also found in other body fluids, including in saliva, bile or tears. Its main functions include transporting iron, stimulating the immune system and protecting tissues against free radicals.

Lactoferrin regulates iron absorption and also prevents the growth of bacteria, viruses and fungi. Its regular use can increase the level of interculin-18, a protein in the immune system.

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