Diabetes mellitus (type 1) can be caused by a number of factors, including a genetic predisposition or damage to the immune system caused by a mutant protein called GAD, which is produced in insulin-producing B cells. In modern medicine, the immune system tries to kill cells that contain this mutant protein. And this continues until the cells responsible for the production of insulin are completely destroyed. Thus, the production of insulin in the body practically stops.
Other people believe that pancreatic infections are something that can prevent disease from progressing because the immune system not only kills infectious microbes in defense, but also strongly suppresses or destroys the cells that make insulin in the body. However, once these cells die, they can never be restored. However, if the duodenal infection is such that the immune system is not completely invaded and only suppresses the insulin-producing cells, then those cells reactivate and resume insulin production.
Analyzing both theories, we find that the only way to treat this disease is to start using modulators that affect the immune system.
In autoimmune diseases and type 1 diabetes, it can be observed that there is always a history of damage to the immune system. Type 1 diabetes is very complex and there is no way around traditional diabetes therapy. However, the use of transfer factor significantly improves the condition of patients, lowers blood glucose levels and, therefore, can reduce the delivery of insulin. Most importantly, it blocks the development of severe anomalies in the later stages of diabetes. Once again, type 1 diabetes is the result of an autoimmune process that, if not properly treated, continues to show progressive development with many serious consequences, and if not understood, the final warning comes: coma!
In type 2 diabetes, the body’s muscle cells become insensitive to insulin, a phenomenon known as insulin resistance. This is a big problem because insulin’s role is to transport glucose from the blood to the cells. And this does not happen in this case. Cells are left without glucose! In type 2 diabetes, it can also be due to a malfunctioning immune system. Thus, the use of the transfer factor is very important as it affects the immune system! It not only eliminates the symptoms of the disease, but also significantly improves the general well-being of the patient. It stops the harmful processes in the body caused by type 2 diabetes.
Preventive program: Adults are advised to take Transfer Factor Classic 1 capsule 3 times a day with meals.
Children under 7 years old – 1 capsule daily for prevention.
Children from 7 to 12 years old – for prevention, 1 capsule 2 times a day.
Children over 12 years old – 1 capsule 3 times a day.
Transfer Factor Tri-Factor Formula
Preventive program – one capsule 2 times a day with meals for adults and children over 12 years old.
Children from 3 to 12 years old – for prophylaxis 1 capsule per day in case of the danger of viral infection, together with TF classic
Transfer factor GLUCOUCH