What Are Transfer Factors?
[for a more scientific approach click here]
Lets see what Google tells us about Transfer Factors. A quick search and we get this definition:
“OK Gabe, that definition is way too technical!”
Transfer Factors, Natures “Hack” For The Immune System
First of all, transfer factors are not vitamins, minerals or herbs. They are tiny messenger molecules that can actually carry immune memory and knowledge from one immune system to another.
Transfer Factors are some of the most unique molecules in your body. They transfer important messages to immune cells all over the body, helping them fight harder and more effective to keep you in optimize conditions.
You see, nature has provided us a “natural hacking code” to quickly educate our inexperienced immune system. Mothers, before giving birth, prepares a powerful immunizing elixir and they deliver this in their first milk [aka colostrum] to their new born.
Transfer Factors are key parts in this magical procedure.
Is good to know that Transfer Factors are non-allergenic and are an “universal hack code” meaning they can hack any immune system and are not specific for just one specie.
This means that the Transfer Factors produced by an animal can be as effective in a human as they would be in the same kind of animal.
Because of the environment in which these animals lives, they have developed robust immune defenses. Imagine if we could leverage the knowledge of their robust immune defenses for our benefit.
This exciting idea could spark a revolution in medicine.
How Does Transfer Factors Helps Our Immune System
Transfer Factors provide intelligence to the immune system in three different ways:
- Recognize – Helping immune cells identify invading germs and other threats super fast.
- Respond – They increase the speed of the immune system’s response to an intruder after it’s been identified.
- Remember – They help your immune system remember the specific characteristics of each invader your it encounters, so the next time it shows around, your body knows exactly what it is, and how to deal with it.
Three Functions Of Transfer Factors
Transfer Factors helps our immune system by enhancing our immune cells, they educate it to recognize, respond and remember microbes and they regulate our immune system telling it how, when and where to activate and when to stop.