Keeping the immunity = for a strong body, even after a disease…
Immunoforce contributes to
• Maintaining the health of capillaries.
• Normal functioning of the immune system.
• Maintaining healthy the respiratory and digestive systems.
The immune system is one of the most important and most complex systems of our body, which consists of blood vessels and lymphatic organs for that reason and many more we’ve created Immunoforce.
One of the glands that are important for the immune system is the THYMUS which, among the many functions it has, produces lymphocytes, responsible for cell immunity.
With age, this gland shrinks in size due to the harmful action of free radicals, acidity factors, radioactivity, stress, infections and chronic diseases.
All these could be prevented if we take care that our daily menu to contain enough vitamins and minerals such as Vitamins A, C, E, Beta-carotene, selenium, zinc, all powerful antioxidants.
Meanwhile, an important thing is that we replace stress with smile and good mood.
The lymphatic system, another component of the immune system composed of capillaries embedded like roots of a millennial tree which do nothing but to extract sap from the intercellular space and leads it through wider canaliculi formed by the union of several capillaries in lymph nodes where it is enriched with lymphocytes, is decontaminated and neutralized and it flows through the subclavian veins into the bloodstream.
As an appendix to the circulatory system and to the blood, the lymphatic system is a real regiment of defense, protecting them from an infectious or toxic contamination.
This is highlighted everywhere, being found in the highest concentration in the white pulp of the spleen, in lymph nodes and in a region of the bone marrow where lymphocytes are formed.
So we can say that it is an intermediate station between cellular interstitium and the blood circulation which needs to be maintained in salubrious condition.
Lymph fluid derives from the excretion of residues resulted from cell metabolism, deposited in the intercellular space where it is absorbed by the lymphatic capillaries, passes through the ganglionic filter and reaches the bloodstream.
Lymph nodes represent the most important element in the lymphatic system “considered a true purification station” that stops microbes to enter the blood, “phagocytizing microbes” of toxins, harmful substances and contribute to their elimination but not the viruses as well.
The spleen produces lymphocytes with neutralizing function, that is, killing microbes and waste.
Liver, although it is not a lymphatic organ, produces most of the lymph in the body. Perfection of lymphatic system depends on certain macrophages (Kupffer cells) found in the liver. They are responsible for the selection of microbes, viruses, yeasts, molds and various malefic combinations which cling to the stomach and intestine.
Neutrophils – true crocodiles that swallow germs, cancer cells, acts prophylactically, thus destroying microbial infections.
Eosinophils and basophils are those that produce histamine in allergies.
Lymphocytes are T-cells produced by the Thymus with many immune functions and B cells that produce antigens.
In general lack of nutrients such as minerals and vitamins, is the main reason of immune deficiency.
Enemies of the immune system
Sugar = 100 gr. Glucose, fructose, sucrose, honey, orange juice, visible reduce the power of destroying microbes. Americans consume daily 150 g of sucrose and various sweets and their immune system is chronically lowered.
During infections, consumption of sugar, even fruit juice, greatly reduces the immune function.
So reduce sweets in case of infections and colds.
OBESITY is a cause for many diseases such as atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, diseases of the joints, because it reduces the power of neutrophils to kill microbes.
High level of blood cholesterol, of triglycerides and bile acids have a negative effect on the immune system.
Friends of the immune system
Vitamins and minerals
– Helps maintaining the normal structure and function of epithelium.
– Strengthens and improves the immune system in different ways.
– Induction of immunity within the cell against cancer cells.
– Prevents retraction of Thymus due to stress and helps its growth.
– Regenerates damaged tissues of the body.
– Protects the mucous of mouth membranes, of tonsillitis, of nose and lungs, greatly reducing infections.
– Protects against polluted air.
Carotene has antioxidant power and function with vitamin A strengthens thymus. According to some researchers a certain daily amount of carotene can help successfully against cancer diseases.
It is involved in the biogenesis of intercellular substances.
– Fastens wound healing.
– Favors deposition of calcium in bones and fracture healing.
– Increases capillary resistance.
– Increases resistance to infections.
– Intervenes in metabolic redox processes.
– Participates in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, with a great importance in maintaining a healthy immune system.
– It is the most important immune element because of the beneficial action on the functioning of the thymus and the hormones of this gland.
– When the amount of zinc is low the number of T cells is also low.
Plants known for millennia work in perfect harmony with our body with a divine influence on health.
SO: A healthy immune system gives us a long life and no doctors but that depends only on us!