Health is wealth is a common proverb which reveals that health of a man is as much important, if not more important, as the wealth to live a prosperous life. Everyone knows that nothing is more important in life than good health. No one can be happy and successful without good health. There is no success in a person’s life if they suffer bad health. Unhealthy people cannot enjoy the real pleasure of life even if they are financially rich. If you are sick, you are willing to give up all the money you have in exchange for good health. I would do you a disfavor if I only talk about building up your financial wealth without talking about the greatest asset you should be investing in first, and that is your health.
The key to good health is to have a strong immune system. God has created your immune system to protect you from harm and helps your body heals itself.
THERE ARE 3 WAYS OUR IMMUNE SYSTEM LEARNS
1. Get Sick and Recover
– this takes a long time, and you have to go through and suffer a sickness for your immune system to learn how to deal with the infection that brings about the sickness.
– There may be side effects associated with vaccination.
3. Transfer Factor
– borrowed immunity, no toxicity and no side effects
Transfer factors are NOT vitamin, mineral, phytonutrient or any known nutrient. We only call it a nutrient for lack of a better word. Transfer factors are unlike any known nutrient.
Transfer factors are tiny information molecules that regulate our many body functions. Transfer factors are regulators of our health. We already have transfer factors in our body but most of the time we do not have enough of them and we need to supply our body with Transfer Factors. These transfer factors regulate a great number of our immune system cells and body chemicals. Transfer factors also regulate the body’s production of antioxidants.
Transfer factors are involved in or influence a number of body functions and processes, such as the immune system, detoxification, cellular rejuvenation, anti-oxidation and the aging process. Transfer factors store information and use that information to regulate our health. Transfer factors use amino acids to store this information. The amino acids change sequences like the alphabet. Imagine how many words twenty-six letters of the alphabet can spell. There are 44 amino acids in a transfer factor.
An example of how transfer factors work can be observed when we come in contact with a chicken pox germ. The first time we come in contact with the chicken pox germ, we develop chicken pox. Throughout your life, we come in contact with the chicken pox germ again and again but only develop the chicken pox disease once. Why?
Transfer factors are like little brains floating throughout our body. For example, transfer factors store information about the characteristics of the chicken pox germ. When the germ re-enters the body, transfer factors recognize these germs and communicate to our immune system cells to kill the germ. Because of this, we don’t develop chicken pox a second time.
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