Cancer Tutor Forum Supplemental Natural Cancer Treatments Beta Glucan TRANSFER FACTORS TO STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM

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    “Nearly everything that goes wrong with us can be traced directly to an immune system failure” Rob Robertson, M.D.
    Dr. Joe Ramaekers, DVM said: “This is truly the missing link in the nutritional approach to preventive medicine”.
    Transfer Factors are powerful immune system activators that have the ability to boost the immune system in an entirely different way. They strengthen an underachieving immune system or bring the overactive immune system into balance. They help our body to be able to immediately recognize and attack invading microorganisms so that we avoid many common illnesses.
    Would you like to sail through the seasons of colds and the flu and almost never get sick? As soon as you feel a chill, tired and run down, taking Transfer Factors will within about 20 minutes strengthen your immune system and raise your energy levels to ward off a horrible cold or flu bug.
    There are (4) main causes to cancer and all diseases. A compromised immune system is one of the main causes of cancer. Therefore our best defense is to incorporate Transfer Factors within our prevention and/or treatment program.
    Where do Transfer Factors Come From?
    When humans and other mammals are born, the first nourishment that the mother breast feeds the new-born is not milk but a clear liquid called Colostrum. Transfer Factor molecules are extracted from bovine colostrum and chicken egg yolk sources.
    Transfer factors have proven very beneficial for men, women, and children of all ages, but those who most need them are people suffering from cancer or other compromised or under-active immune systems. We use Transfer Factors which have proven far superior to Beta Glucan in the Budwig Center for our cancer patients

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