Friday, May 2, 2014

Body Wise~ IMMUNE HEALTH EVENT.....No Hype + All Science = Ag Immune

Oh my Goodness... 
We had such a wonderful event in Las Vegas... 
 I am excited to say, the Fall event will be in Calif...

We wrapped up a great weekend seminar learning more about the immune system. What i learned is this... We can do a lot to improve the immune system... All good....but.... Without the immune system communicating... Its like a packed freeway without direction...cars running willy nilly. When the immune system communicates, that is when the work is done... Aie10 which is the main ingredient in ag immune, not only adds great stuff to your immune system, but it also is the only immune support that also communicates... That means, the immune system is supplied with great immune supporting nutrition but also the immune system knows what to do with all that great nutritional support, with all the communication. Aie 10 is the only nutrition molecule that communicates... The only! Very important.
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Why focus on the The Immune System?

The immune system is a network of many interdependent cell types that collectively protect the body from bacterial, parasitic, fungal, and viral infections and from the growth of tumor cells. The immune system's job is a complicated process that involves a coordinated effort of its many components throughout your body. All cells of the immune system are initially derived from the bone marrow. These cells include T lymphocytes, natural killer cells, B cells, polymorphonuclear (PMN) leukocytes, macrophages and dendritic cells.


Bone marrow derived stem cells differentiate into mature cells or into precursors of cells that migrate out of the bone marrow to mature elsewhere. B cells, natural killer cells, PMNs, and prothymacytes (immature T cells) are produced by the bone marrow as well as red blood cells and platelets. The thymus produces mature T cells that are released into the blood stream. The spleen is an immunological filter that captures foreign materials passing through it.

In the bloodstream, migratory macrophages and dendritic cells present antigens to the T-cells to initiate an immune response. B cells become activated and produce large amounts of antibody. Lymph nodes filter lymph and are found throughout the body. They are mostly composed of T cells, B cells, dendritic cells and macrophages. Antigens are filtered out of the lymph fluid in the node before the lymph is returned to the circulation. The captured antigens are presented to the T and B cells initiating an immune response.

Prolonged stress and poor nutrition have been shown in countless studies to suppress immune system function. This suppressive effect is recognized by scientific consensus. Unfortunately, each of these factors are a part of our normal lives and for all practical purposes not avoidable.
If you would like to know more about the immune system we recommend the following web site for your review. http://www.niaid.nih.gov/topics/immunesystem/Pages/default.aspx

The Immune System in our first line of defense to staying healthy.   It is very important to feed your immune system just the right stuff;...  With Body Wise, you have all the right stuff..  With the Science that backs up the products, the integrity of the ingredients and the research, Body Wise and Ag Immune is the perfect combination..   
 
 Questions and Answers
What scientific methods are used to determine the presence of immunoactive molecules in Ai/E¹º that support cytokine pathways?

This is accomplished through a combination of laboratory tests that include electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, tissue cultures, and molecular function analysis.

What specific clinical measurement has been applied to such extracts?

Clinical and laboratory studies are available for download. See Research page.

What is an immune modulator?

Immune Modulation is a natural and effective regulated immune response that involves many aspects and components of the immune system through recognition, response, feedback and memory. This is an ordinary activity of healthy immune function.

How does "Modulation" differ from "Stimulation?"

There is a significant distinction between stimulating and modulating. Modulation is a natural process. That is not necessarily true of stimulation. Stimulation typically causes some portion of the immune system to experience a functional increase or "spike" for a short period of time. This increase is often followed by a reversal or balancing adjustment by the immune system to the old level or even lower. An immune modulator has the ability to both up-regulate, or down-regulate immune system activity as needed.

Should I take other nutritional supplements with Ai/E¹º or multiple products containing Ai/E¹º at the same time?
Certainly. Take whatever supplements you consider appropriate.  Ai/E¹º is not know to interfere with any other dietary supplement.

Can I take Ai/E¹º products for a long period of time?

There are now many people who have taken Ai/E¹º products continuously for many years with no reported ill effects or any apparent loss of immune support. Ai/E¹º is non-toxic and considered safe for life long consumption. Continued use appears to provide continued support.
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