Healthy lungs and bronchi program


There are no people who have never had upper respiratory tract diseases. They are called ARI (acute respiratory disease) or ARVI (acute respiratory viral infection). Acute tracheitis, laryngitis, bronchitis, influenza, pneumonia, bronchial asthma – recently, due to a general deterioration in the state of the immune system, are increasingly common.
Bronchial asthma is a chronic disease of the respiratory system, which is characterized by frequent attacks of suffocation resulting from impaired patency of small bronchi. Bronchial asthma is an allergic disease. The more important is the use of transfer factors, which normalize the functioning of the immune system, reducing the allergic component of bronchial asthma due to the action of the suppressor fraction. During asthma attacks, children of any age can use TF CLASSIC 1 capsule every 2 hours – until the condition improves, then switch back to the preventive rate.In case of exacerbations of the disease, children of any age can use TF PLUS 1 capsule every 3 hours – until the condition improves , then go back to the preventive rate. Nutritional factors that reduce resistance to colds:

If the body has to spend a lot of energy processing excess food, then its ability to fight infections decreases. It is especially important to avoid fatty and “heavy” foods – fatty meat, butter, cheese 65 • Reduce your consumption of SUGAR. As your body’s sugar rises, the effectiveness of the immune system decreases. To improve immunity, reduce your intake of sugar, sugary drinks, and biscuits and cakes. • Avoid foods that produce mucus in your body. This is especially important for colds and runny nose. Slime-forming products include milk and dairy products such as cheese.


Prevent bronchial asthma »Transfer factor CLASSIC – 1 capsule 3 times a day SUPER DETOX – 1 capsule 2 times a day Transfer factor TRAY FACTOR – 1 capsule 2 times a day. Transfer factor PLUS – 1 capsule 2 times a day. Protein PRO-TF – 1 scoop 2 times a day.

Be sure to consult with your doctor!