Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Why Does Aie 10 work so well?

Ai/E 10

Why Does Ai/E10 Work So Well?  
By David L. Bergsma
President and CEO of Health Technology Resources I am often asked why Ai/E10 works so well in support of immunity. There are some real good reasons of which we have knowledge and some mechanisms that remain to be explored and understood. It is important to understand that dietary supplements largely depend upon interacting biologic processes and the condition of the infra-structure of the user.
Ai/E10 has been shown in numerous studies and in clinical application to support a modulation of B, T and NK cell activity reactive to staph, strep, salmonella, pseudomas and e.coli, as well as extending gene expression across an important array of genes associated with innate and adaptive immunity as well as immune modulation. These are important benefits that help us move towards "dynamic balance" where the immune system operates at its most effective level.
This is a place that will differ for each of us depending on our individual infrastructure and the effects of stress, diet, toxin and infection on our infrastructure at any time. When our immune system is working well we can expect it to do its job of recognizing, responding to and remembering foreign invaders. The benefits manifest in better health and are described accurately as effective immune system structure and function.

Major Flu "Epidemic" in the US

There is no better way to help ourselves in the face of the annual arrival of new viruses and evolving bacteria than to support the structure and function of our immune response. The immune response has three (3) imperatives....RECOGNIZE, RESPOND and REMEMBER. Supporting the execution of these imperatives should be a primary goal year 'round for all of us.
Supporting the structure and function of the immune response is not the same as simply "stimulating" an immune response. Rather, we support the imperatives by supporting a "modulated" response.
Ai/E10 is the only dietary ingredient shown to support true immune modulation in published scientific studies.
The uniquely created reactive molecules included in Ai/E10 provide a specific means to directly supplement the immune communication molecules of the immune system responsible for immune signaling and memory functions and initiate a wide range of other cellular, immunological responses depending upon many environmental and systemic conditions. This is a safe, gentle and totally unique approach that yields a highly effective dietary supplement incomparably supporting both innate and adaptive immunity.

The Secondary Infection

This is from the MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia:
Secondary infections are infections that occur during or after treatment of another pre-existing infection. They may result from the treatment itself or other changes and effects on the immune system. For example, a yeast infection that occurs after antibiotic treatment of a bacterial infection is a secondary infection. Bacterial pneumonia after a viral upper respiratory infection is another example.
In my view, secondary infections are the bane of our planet. They strike quickly without warning while we are in a weakened condition and they can take a great deal of time to finally resolve. In fact, they can kill us and do kill many of us each year. When we hear the horror stories of people dying from exotic infections such as MRSA, we are most often hearing about people succumbing to secondary infection. The avoidance of secondary infection will improve the quality of everyone's life. We can do that most efficiently by maintaining a strong immune response. Ai/E10 contributes to building a strong immune response by supporting the cellular communication upon which the immune response relies in its efforts to recognize, respond and remember foreign invaders.
No other product provides this unique dietary support to the structure and function of our immune system.
* These statements have not been approved by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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