How to Remodulate and Boost Our Immune System

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Immune Response

The Immune System is a biochemical process that protects our body against pathogenic organisms and other invaders.

The Immune System incorporates the Humoral response, which produces antibodies and the Cell response which uses T cells in the presence of a foreign body.

The Immune System also protects us from pathogenic organisms by creating local barriers and inflammation. The local barriers provide chemical and mechanical defence through the skin and the mucous membranes; inflammation sends white blood cells to the site of injury where they attack the invading organism.

The Humoral response and the Cell response develop if the first line of defence fail or is inadequate to protect the body. The Humoral response is particularly effective against bacterial and viral invasion producing appropriate antibodies.

Because in our days we are subject to exposure to a wide variety of chemicals and pollutant and because of the mutant capability of viruses, we develop an immune complex hypersensitivity that often generates havoc in our body.

We develop Inflammations when unnecessary and in the wrong part of our body. The Humoral response, which should begin immediately on invasion by pathogens, may start as long as 48 hours later giving them time to invade and destroy.

When we were born we were given, in the Colostrum of our mother’s milk, some immunologically active substances that gave our immune system all the information it needed to function correctly. These molecules are called Transfer Factor.

With today’s technology it has been possible to extract them from the cow milk. It is to be noted that such molecules are exactly the same in every mammals.

Transfer Factor is an immunomodulator. It alters the immune response by augmenting or reducing the ability of the immune system to produce antibodies.

Some researchers have argued that a faulty immune response is the cause of up to 90% of all disease.

1. Allergies

2. Chronic sinusitis

3. Eczema

4. Asthma

5. Systemic autoimmune conditions

6. Vaccination-induced state

7. Certain cases of autism

9. Pertussis vaccination

10. Malaria

11. Hepatitis C

12. Chronic giardiasis

13. Chronic candidiasis

14. Cancer

15. Viral infections

16. Ulcerative colitis

These are only some of the consequences of a faulty immune response.

Transfer Factor gives our Immune System the primary information at birth on how to function and when and how to react.

Let’s keep our Immune System tuned so it can give us all the protection we need.