Transfer Factor
Documented Immune System Science
Immune Science Research
To combat evolving threats

After fighting an infection, your immune system goes a step further: it remembers the invader so the next time it detects that same pathogen, it can launch a swift and effective counterattack.

A healthy immune system can respond to many different pathogens without exhausting our immune system. The temperature and run down feeling when you have the flu is not the disease, it is the result of your immune system depleting your body's resources to fight the bug. A stronger, healthy immune system will not drain you nearly as much. And a healthy immune system vastly reduces the risk of cancer.

The ultimate goal is to develop your immune system memory for more effective immune response and to recognize and attack threats the immune system has never seen before.

This is where TRANSFER FACTORS come in. Transfer factors can increase immune system function up to over 400%. Transfer factors are not some magic bean or exotic berry that claim miraculous weight loss or the latest new fad. Transfer factors are real science with tens of millions of dollars and decades of medical research behind them.

Transfer factor molecules are comprised of a few amino acids that act as immune messenger molecules that work in white blood cells. They are abundantly found within the colostrum of breast milk. When a mother nurses her baby, transfer factors from her more experienced immune system pass to her baby via the colostrum. Colostrum is rich in immune components that pass to the newborn, affording its more vulnerable and new immune system the advantages of a much older, experienced one (its mother).

This transfer of immunity to the infant protects the baby until its immune system can make its own transfer factors. Transfer factors can now be extracted from cow colostrum, concentrated and offered in supplement form. These molecules are not species-specific making them cross-species compatible.

While different mammals may have a unique colostrum mix, the transfer factors contained within their colostrum are the same. Transfer factors produced by a cow can work just as effectively in humans as they do in animals. The ability to receive immune data that is transferred from the cow to the human has the potential to revolutionize the way we look at disease prevention in medicine.

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When you take taking factor, you get three benefits.

First your immune system is strengthened so that when new viruses or bacteria invade your body, your heightened immune cells react very rapidly. By so doing, they prevent the foreign organism from getting a toe hold; consequently, even if you do get sick, the infection will be much milder. (viralence)

Secondly, when you take transfer factor, you store these borrowed messenger molecules in your own immune data banks. As a result, when you are invaded by an organism that had previously infected the cow, chicken or any of their ancestors that the transfer factors were harvested from, the acquired transfer factor molecules stimulate you immune system to specifically recognized and react to this particular microorganism.

Third, if your immune system is over-reactive (something seen in autoimmune diseases like arthritis, lupus, etc.) transfer factor will modulate or calm immune defenses which inadvertently attack healthy tissue thereby improving one’s health.

Research is in our name and is reinforced through our commitment to innovation, substantiation, and education. The results of this research have appeared in numerous publications and journals, including: Nutrition & Metabolism; Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism; Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition; and Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.

Numerous studies have shown the effectiveness of 4Life Transfer Factor in supporting health

Transfer Factor Science encompasses the research, technology, and innovation of products that educate your immune cells, supporting your immune system’s ability to recognize, respond to, and remember potential threats. Transfer Factor products are patented, certified, and highly researched.

Please read some brief information on the role of transfer factors in immune system response and immune system memory

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Your Immune System and Metabolism

Recently, scientists have focused on the role of the immune system in regulating metabolism. Immune cells, like macrophages, may influence a variety of diseases including diabetes, obesity, and atherosclerosis. For example, signals secreted by macrophages may affect the activity and size of adipocytes, which are the cells that store fat as energy.

Research is now being done to understand how the immune system and inflammatory responses contribute to metabolic disorders and weight gain. Your metabolism, gut bacteria and immune system have interconnected roles that are just now being uncovered.

A malfunctioning and inefficient immune system impacts your metabolism. It puts you at risk for infectious bugs and at a greater risk for cancer. It also underlies asthma and allergy, and is a major factor in autoimmune problems of almost every type. Not managing this problem can lead to metabolic syndrome, meaning high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood sugar, weight gain, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and early onset of cognitive decline.


In other words, healthy immune system function is enormously important to your overall quality of health. 

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