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Transfer Factor™ Overview
not a vitamin
not a mineral
not a herb
Transfer Factor™ is a vital immune factor brought to us directly from Mother Nature, found in every mammal on earth. Transfer factors are messaging molecules the convey information within an animal's immune system, as well as transferring immune information from one animal or person to another via blood transfusion or breast feeding. This is, in fact, how it got it's name, "transfer factor."
Every mother that breast feeds her infant passes on her immunity, including much of the information her immune system has gained in her lifetime. This process begins with the first milk, called colostrum. There are many things in colostrum, but the most valuable of the "immunity weapons" in colostrum are called transfer factors.
How Does Transfer Factor™ Work?
Simplistically, transfer factor strengthens the immune system. But that could be said about a number of herbal products and other supplements such as echinacea, aloe vera, garlic, colostrum, cordyceps, shiitake mushroom, beta glucans, IP-6, etc. However, an independent study recently showed that Transfer Factor™ and Transfer Factor Plus™ enhance NK cell immune cell function to a greater extent than any of the preceding products (see details below). Unlike most immune supplements that provide the building blocks for proper immune function, transfer factor is "immune intelligence," or immune information and education that focuses the immune system, keeping it on task and effective.
By transferring information from cell to cell and even from individual to individual, transfer factors serve as "teachers" of new immune cells, ensuring a strong immune system capable of withstanding our often harsh environment.* The first time your body responds to a disease or cancer, the response often is relatively mild. But after the initial immune response is over, your immune system keeps memory, and responds much faster and stronger the next time that disease or cancer is encountered. Transfer factors "teach" new cells to react to some disease-causing agents as if it has seen them before--faster and stronger--on the very first encounter.
Transfer factor is not a single entity, but rather a complex mixture containing at least three separate fractions: an "inducer fraction"; an "antigen specific fraction"; and a "suppressor fraction."
the inducer fraction readies the immune system for attack on disease causing invaders, but does not yet tell the immune system what to attack.
the antigen specific fraction identifies critical features of the disease causing agents and stimulates the immune system to produce transfer factors which act specifically against the invading organisms or cells.
the suppressor fraction demobilizes the immune system when the threat has been eliminated. Without this action, our immune systems could injure our own bodies, as occurs with autoimmune diseases and allergies.
The above three fractions work together to create three primary immune enhancing functions:
recognizing and alerting our immune system to the "threat"
conditioning our immune system to respond quickly to "threats"
remembering the threats we encounter to quickly respond in the future