Colostrum is the name given to the first milk of female mammals, produced in the mammary glands during the first 24 hours after giving birth. Its nutritional profile is exceptional and very similar to that of human milk, being made up of proteins, carbohydrates, leukocytes and growth factors, along with substances that support the defenses of the body's immune system.

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