Alimentos funcionales a partir de calostro bovino

Palabras clave: alimentos funcionales, calostro bovino, proteina


El calostro bovino es conocido como la primera secreción que producen los mamíferos después del parto y se diferencia de la leche madura debido a su alto contenido proteico por la presencia de inmunoglobulinas, lactoferrina, lactoperoxidasa y lisozima además de ser rico en vitaminas y minerales, por lo cual se ha usado en la alimentación humana como suplemento o elaborando alimentos a base calostro, mostrando una mejoría en el sistema gastrointestinal, respiratorio e inmune.


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Cómo citar
Reyes-Portillo , K. A., Soto-Simental, S., Hernández-Sánchez, H., Quintero-Lira, A., & Piloni-Martini, J. (2020). Alimentos funcionales a partir de calostro bovino. Boletín De Ciencias Agropecuarias Del ICAP, 6(12), 9-11.

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