Yes, without hesitation. The active substances contained in the colostrum even promote cell maintenance and can thus reduce the consequential damage caused by diabetes. Since colostrum can occasionally have a positive influence on the body’s insulin uptake, the sugar level should be carefully monitored in the first few days after starting to use colostrum and, if necessary, the external insulin supply should be reduced. As a rule, however, colostrum intake does not lead to a reduction in the amount of medication prescribed by the doctor, as is often erroneously claimed.