Asthma and  Adverse Immune ResponseAllergies (including asthma) are abnormal inflammatory responses of the immune system to dust, pollen, a food or some othersubstance. Those that involve an antibody called immunoglobulin E (IgE) occur immediately or within an hour. Reactions may include coughing, sneezing, runny nose, hives, diarrhoea, facial swelling, shortness of breath, a swollen tongue, difficulty swallowing, lowered blood pressure, excessive perspiration, fainting, anaphylactic shock or even death.

The immune system plays a central role in the health of the individual. It protects us from disease by recognizing and eliminating or removing foreign material from our bodies. Exposure to a variety of chemicals can effect this system adversely; putting us at risk for illness and disease. Allergy is caused by an oversensitive immune system, which leads to a misdirected immune response. The immune system normally protects the body against harmful substances, such as bacteria and viruses. In contrast, an allergic reaction is when the immune system reacts to substances (allergens) that are generally harmless and in most people do not cause an immune response.

Kenneth Bock, MD – “Because transfer factors can function as immune system modulators, they can help  to restore immune system balance in many types of clinical situations.” Kenneth Bock, MD, best selling author on immune system modulation.

Dr. Ryser: ” Transfer Factor helps with viral, bacterial, and fungal infections as well as parasites, and supports the immune system while treating the problems a patient has. Regarding what formulas of Transfer Factor I use for different patients, I use the plain Transfer Factor as a general prevention treatment, especially for infections and allergies and for patients with Epstein-Barr, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.”

Greg B. Wilson, Ph.D. and James B. Daily, Jr., Ph.D. – “Transfer factors are not only useful for disease prevention but can also help with diseases already established due to inadequate immune response.  Since transfer factor-producing T lymphocytes are important in immune recognition and memory, impairment of transfer factor production could neutralize the rest of the immune response in otherwise healthy individuals.  Therefore, introducing transfer factors can sometimes enable a dysfunctional immune system to return to normal.”   more

Pat Tremaine and Les Tremaine, DVM – “After hearing so many parents talk about their children and their problems after vaccinations, especially  allergies and asthma, I finally made the connection between vaccines and my daughter’s medical problems at age one.  Marti was never sick her first year.  At one year, we were headed to Alaska where Les was to serve in the Air Force as the base veterinarian.  We went to the health department to load up on vaccines that we normally wouldn’t have had, especially all at once.  Marti had a fever for 6 weeks and was never the same.  I had to rock her to sleep every night because she couldn’t sleep.  She had ear infections constantly and had strep throat, tonsillitis, and scarlet fever at the same time.  She was so sick and the doctors put her on Dimetapp daily. I always wondered why the children who moved to Alaska were always sick and the ones born there weren’t.   When we got back to NC, she had her tonsils taken out, had tubes put in her ears twice, lost her hearing for 3 years, and had years of sickness and allergies.  She got behind in school because we didn’t realize she couldn’t hear well.  She went to Duke for testing and had shots.  She was allergic to so many things.  I sent her a bottle of Transfer Factorin 1999 when she had the flu.  As soon as she took one capsule, her allergies stopped.  She is still taking Transfer Factor and it has changed her life.  When it is pollen season, or she is near allergens, she takes 6-12, depending on what it is, to prevent a reaction.  She is now 36 years old and has a new little baby on Transfer Factor too.”

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