Mare’s milk is a traditional natural aliment whoso use has been lost over time.
Its benefits have been known since antiquity. It was used by the Mongol people who elaborated cheeses, fermented products and alcoholic beverages from this animal product.
The famous mare’s and donkey’s milk baths with which Nefertiti, Cleopatra, Pompea or Empress Sissi enjoyed, looking for a source of rejuvenation and beauty.
The scientific community recognizes mare's milk as the most similar to human breast milk, seeing it as a natural remedy with nutritional and cosmetic properties, which makes it an ideal aliment to supplement the human diet.
Mare’s milk is an aliment that can complement our diet with a multifunctional effect as it contains: Immunoglobulin A, Lysozyme, Lactoferritine, Lactoalbumine, Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, B13, C, D, E, K, Omega 3 and 6.
Fats: we highlight its high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids (Omega 3 and 6, in balanced proportion) and monounsaturated (oleic acid or omega 9).
Carbohydrates They are the base of the food pyramid. Mare's milk contains a high proportion of carbohydrates whose main function is to provide energy immediately to the body. The main carbohydrate in mare's milk is lactose, the most similar to human breast milk.
Proteins: High quality and complete, containing all nine essential amino acids (Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan and Valine). Within the proteins, we want to highlight their content in Lactoferritine and Lactalbumin as well as immunological active substances such as Immunoglobulin A and Lysozyme.
Vitamins: A or Retinol, B1 or Thiamine, B2 or Riboflavin, B6 or Pyridoxine, B12 or Cobalamin, B13 or Orothic acid, C or L-ascorbic acid, D or Calciferol, E or Tocopherol, K or Phitomenadione.
Microelements: Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Iron.
Probiotic content: Contains bifid bacteria, which feed the intestinal flora of the large intestine.
Because of its natural composition and its excellent bioavailability for the organism, it provides an additional nutritional value to our diet with a multifunctional effect.
Nature gives us a perfect aliment named colostrum. This supplies with growth and immunity factors and is an ideal combination of vitamins and minerals to ensure the health, vitality and growth of the newborn, but the colostrum has various uses for all ages.
Colostrum is the first breast fluid, previous to milk, produced by the mother during the first hours after giving birth.
It presents a composition rich in immunity factors, growth factors and nutritional components essential for the newborn’s survival, Transmitting with its ingest all the immunological information of the mother and of all its ancestors that have been in contact with diseases in the past, as well as growth factors for the development and health of the newborn.
It is a source of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. Also, it increases the intestines efficiency to absorb the energy from the amino acids and carbohydrates, what makes that more nutrients are available to be used by muscular cells, tissues and vital organs.
The Scientific community has recognized mare’s colostrum as the only natural dietary supplement capable of providing the human organism with the correct combination of immune and growth factors in a natural way with an excellent bioavailability for the human body.
It is estimated that mare’s colostrum as a dietary supplement, activates, at least, fifty processes in the organism, including the immune system, which helps the body protect against external invaders.