Yes, I know perfectly that Colostrum is a good supplement, but it has its moment during an specific treatment. Colostrum isn't a good supplement during the time the fungal infection is active in the intestine. Casein is a high allergen. People suffering CRC are very sensitive and polarized toward a Th2 immune response. They react easily to any external or internal potential allergen. Whey is high in sulfur, something that doesn't contribute to the fungus eradication, and Lactose is a preferred growing factor for candida. In the practice, people who take Colostrum don't advance toward to recover. It is true Colostrum helps to repair the intestinal lining and increases the Secretory IGA inside the intestines but when the fungal infection is active, it shouldn't be taken. It has a moment later in the treatment.
However, Apo-Lactoferrin is lactose free, is an extraordinary immune booster, and the best, it depletes Iron inside the colon. Iron is vital for candida and bacterial pathogens. Limiting Iron is a way to limit the fungus growing. Another huge benefit of reducing Iron in the intestines is it allows the growth of Lactic Acid bacteria. Iron favors pathogens and inhibits Lactic Acid bacteria growth. However, Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium species don't need Iron to growth.
My favorite is APO-Lactoferrin leaving Colostrum aside until the fungal infection be eliminated.