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How Good Is Your Health?


It is a question we must ask ourselves continually if we want to live a healthy life. Your health is your most prized possession. Without good health your whole life suffers.

When was the last time you really thought about your health? Last week last month or maybe never it is something we must consider. When it comes to our health we takes a lot of things for granted. We take better care of our cars than we do our own bodies. That car is replaceable your body is not.

It is not enough just to eat good foods and exercise anymore. They are important, but clearly not the whole equation. How many stories have we heard of athletes dying suddenly? Athletes are supposed to be the epitome of good health!

Our bodies are bombarded daily with innumerable microbes and toxins that continually try to destroy our health. We continue to hear news reports of some virus that cannot be killed with antibiotics. Question: what are we to do? Answer: boost our immune systems.

Our day-to-day survival depends on the state of our immune systems. Poor nutrition, stress, exposure to toxins etc., all hurt immune function. New research strongly suggests that undetected microbes can live in the body for years causing everything from heart disease to obesity.

In 1949, while conducting research on tuberculosis, Dr. H. Sherwood Lawrence discovered a means of “transferring” an immune system response from a healthy person to a person who is weak or infected. These “transfer factors” (the term coined by Dr. Sherwood) use white blood cell extracts as transporters for positive immune responses.

Dr. Lawrence’s discovery of transfer factor science has been hailed as “one of the most important medical breakthroughs of the past half century.” So, why have few people heard about it? In 1950, antibiotics were introduced and pharmacology gained new prominence in battling disease, triumphing in both the popular media and the scientific communities.

Researchers have continued to test and explore Lawrence’s discovery. 4Life Research participates in this ongoing scientific research, the result of which is the 4Life Research patent of its Transfer Factor product and process.

In conclusion, it is very evident that good eating habits and exercise is not enough if we plan to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We must continually boost our immune systems to enjoy a long and healthy life.

Eric L. Huntley has 23 years of experience in supplementation and exercise. To learn more about Transfer Factors call toll-free 24 hour message 888-402-6432 to recieve FREE booklet.


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