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Growth Factor Black

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INGREDIENTS

GROWTH FACTOR BLACK
SUPPLEMENT FACTS
Ingredients Amount Per Serving
GROWTH FACTOR BLACK™ BLEND 3,300 mg
Colostrum (Bovine)
(Concentrated Colostrum Extract yielding naturally occurring Growth Factors [IGF-1, IGF-2, TGF-a, TGF-3 Immunoglobulins [lgA, lgG]], Lactofferin, Transferrin, Cytokines, Lysozymes, Lactalbumin & Glycoproteins)
3,000 mg **
AlphaSize A-GPC
(Alpha-Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline)
300 mg **

** Daily Value not established

SERVING SIZE

Four Capsules

SERVINGS PER CONTAINER

30

OTHER INGREDIENTS

Maltodextrin, Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin, Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Red#40, FD&C Blue#1, FD&C Yellow#6.

ALLERGEN WARNING:
Contains Milk

BOTTLE SUPPLEMENT FACTS

 

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