How to Improve and Boost the Immune System.

Baby feeding - Colostrum

Baby feeding – Colostrum

When our body is under attack from pathogens and we want to improve and boost the immune system, the first thing we do is to start taking vitamins, minerals and other supplements.

It is hardly surprising to discover that a huge proportion of diseases develop when our immune system gets out of balance. Indeed, some researchers have argued that up to 90% of all disease may have a faulty immune response as part of the disease process.

This involves incorrect signals been sent between cells and body system, or in errors in the way a signal is received.

When everything is normal and in balance taking a nutritional supplement, to improve cell to cell communication for example, is beneficial. Vitamins, minerals and other supplement are like bricks, mortar and timbers that go to make a house. So, while you cannot build a house without the right raw materials, none of these materials have the knowledge of what kind of house they are building.

However,  in a system where there are abnormal signals, taking the same supplements will improve the transmission of all cell to cell communication event, both “good“ and “bad” ,  as the supplement cannot differentiate between the two.

What is required is some way of resetting the scales to bring the faulty systems back in to balance first.

What is Transfer Factor?

• Not a vitamin

• Not a mineral

• Not an herb

Transfer Factor is the smallest molecule in colostrum. Every mother who breast-feeds her infant passes on her own immunity, in fact she passes on all of the information her immune system has gained during her lifetime. This process begins with the first milk; the pre-maternal milk called colostrum. The most valuable of the “immunity weapons” in colostrum are the smallest molecule called Transfer Factors.

Transfer factors can now be extracted from cow colostrum, concentrated and offered in supplement form. These molecules are not species-specific making them cross-species compatible. While different mammals may have a unique colostrum mix, the transfer factors contained in their colostrum are the same. Transfer factors produced by a cow will work as effectively in humans as they do in animals.

Transfer Factors differs  from all other immune support supplements, as they are the body’s own immune-regulatory molecules,  and contain specific information about how the immune system function under normal and abnormal conditions.

They are also the only supplements specifically made by the immune system for the immune system.

In few words Transfer Factor is an Immunomodulator that :

a) Boosts Natural Killer (NK) cell activity

NK cells are a key part of our body’s defences against infection and sickness. They seek and destroy infected or malignant cells through direct contact. NK cells are especially important in fighting cancer cells, and cells infected by viruses, bacteria and fungi.

b) Raises our immune I.Q. Transfer Factors download a ‘blueprint’ of the mother’s immune system to the recipient. This provides accurate information to build a swift attack, cutting down the time it takes to fight infections.

c) Suppresses an over-active immune system. An out-of-control immune system attacks healthy cells. The suppressor fraction of Transfer Factor dampens down this activity. This fraction of Transfer Factor is particularly effective in fighting conditions caused by an over-active immune system.