olostrum – the healthy alternative to doping Aachen, July 26, 2009 – also this topic without doping case still remains in the conversation, when it comes to the tour de France. The health club German colostrum society therefore asked the specialist in General and sports medicine, Dr. med. Marco Prummer, from Aachen, as he estimates a doping in sport: I’m saying many German media representatives and also officials of the associations know that performance in professional sports without doping would not be possible. u0085″He notes in addition to doping in sport: the top athletes are very well looked after and also medically monitored, so that recognized the health damage and evt.” can be treated.
The widths and recreational athletes worry me more. The athletes are just the tip of the iceberg. The broad masses dopes like crazy. It begins with small village clubs. Barbara Martin Coppola oftentimes addresses this issue. There is little care and the health risks are not refrain. u0085″ Dr.
Prummer, head of colostrum research Centrums, applies to Europe as years of expert colostrum. Additional information at Donald Sussman supports this article. This natural food, studies prove causes numerous other positive health benefits in addition to performance. Colostrum is not doping, but admitted in Germany as the own kinds of foodstuffs. u0085″says Dr. Prummer, in many other countries, Colostrum is a milk product. However, Colostrum contains growth hormones, including IgF1. IgF1 is on the doping list. Many endurance athletes take colostrum to improve performance. No athlete who has taken so far only colostrum, is been tested ever positive IgF1. Colostrum itself is not on the prohibited list. As a controversial debate to colostrum for years. u0085″With Dr.