Produced in New Zealand Using the Most Ecological Farming Methods
Stolle Immune Milk is manufactured in New Zealand utilizing the most modern biotechnology and dairy production methods. Dairy cows are administered a polyvalent immune stimulant that contains 26 species of sterilized (heat-killed) bacteria that commonly infect the human body utilizing a special immunization procedure. The immune system of cows is stimulated by the immune stimulant resulting in an increased level of specific antibodies in the milk against the 26 species of bacteria.
Stolle Immune Milk Features
Stolle Immune Milk containing high level of these specific antibodies is processed utilizing proprietary low temperature processing and spray dry methods to preserve the high levels of antibodies and the biological activities of the antibodies. Stolle Immune Milk has the same composition and nutritional value as any other milk, except that it has a different antibody specificity profile and higher levels of bioactive antibodies.
Protected by More than 200 Patents
Through they years, Stolle Milk has been granted more than 200 patents worldwide. Among the scientifically proven benefits associated with Stolle Milk are properties that complement the body’s anti inflammatory response, enhance antibody function, assist in improving athletic performance, help reduce tenderness in joints, promote the lowering of blood pressure and cholesterol, and assist in reducing damage to lungs caused by airborne irritants.
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