Imagine that your immune system is like the police force in your body. When negative cells attack you, it is as though intruders enter through the door of your body. If the ‘police forces’ are alert, it will hunt down the criminals. That is why our body is able to handle diseases – especially well if it is encountered before (like the police force handling the same type of criminals over and over again – memorizing their patterns, motives, methods and so on…)
It is a given that when your immune system – the police force of your body is ‘understaffed’, it is when the body becomes overwhelmed by the thieves and gremlins of malicious diseases and sicknesses. So the natural tendency one will strive for is to try and boost their immune system by bolstering the natural defenses.
But here’s the problem on the other side of the coin… the immune system is not perfect. At times, it can come across as an untrained police force. Meaning that it is not doing what it should be doing – hunting down the ‘bad guys’.
Table Of Contents
Why Transfer Factor
The Benefits Of Transfer Factor
Scientific Evidence Of Why It Works
How It Deals With Your Immune System
Healing For Cancer
Healing For AIDS
What All Can Be Linked To An Out of Balance Immune System
Change Your Diet
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