An unbalanced immune system plays a role in many chronic illnesses from allergies to autoimmune disease. Many diseases are dominant in either the Th1 or the Th2 side of the immune system. Because of this, treatment has focused on balancing these two types of immune cells. New research has shown additional T helper cells and T suppressor cells that have their own influence on this balance. Transfer Factors are a unique natural compound from T cells that can help regulate this complex system. Using anti-inflammatory supplements to modulate cytokines along with Transfer Factors allows even greater ability to treat immune imbalance.
- Understand basic role of T cells in the immune system including T helper cells and natural killer cells
- Learn about different subsets of T helper cells including Th1, Th2, Th9, Th17, Th22 and Treg cells and their role in allergic and autoimmune support
- Learn how transfer factors can affect immune balance and be used safely for both allergic, infectious and autoimmune support
- Integrate anti-inflammatory herbs to help modulate cytokines influencing immune cell balance
Length: 57 minutes
Presenter: Dr Debby Hamilton, MD, MSPH
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