Today, I decided to share another educational message about Transfer Factor. As we already know, Transfer Factor is unique. Recently, I shared the story of a young woman in the United States with Crohn's disease. After being admitted to hospital almost every month for 4 years and receiving more than 20 different medications during this period, she was hospitalized with a perforated bowel and E. coli. Her organs began to shut down due to septic shock third spacing and she was placed on a life support system. The doctors said that if she survived, she would need to take intravenous antibiotics for many months. After 3 days of transfer factor, there was an improvement. After 10 weeks of transfer factor consumption, she was released from the hospital. How was that possible? This was possible because Transfer Factor is designed to train our immune cells to recognize, respond, and remember. Since then, she has been consuming Transfer Factor for one year and is enrolled in college to become a pediatric nurse.
Vitamins (vitamin A, B, C, etc.), minerals (calcium, etc.) and antioxidants (glutathione, etc.) are important for our body. However, they do not have the ability to train our immune cells to recognize, respond, and remember.
4Life Transfer Factor does not only train our immune cells; however, Transfer Factor also increases the activity of the antioxidant enzymes glutathione, catalase, and superoxide dismutase (SOD). Transfer Factors are superior to a product that focuses on only one of these enzymes because Transfer Factor works like a team to address oxidation. Transfer Factors also increase the activity of consumed antioxidants.
It is important that the immune system, the antioxidant system, and the detoxification system work together, and that is the essence of Transfer Factor