Comprehensive immune support formula*
Transfer Factor Multi-Immune™ provides an advanced, comprehensive immune support formula, promoting healthy natural killer cells, macrophages, T-cells, and cell division. Product may be used as a daily-use supplement to promote and maintain healthy natural killer cell function as well as providing additional support to the immune system during acute health challenges.
Clinically researched Transfer Factor Multi-Immune™ is a comprehensive immune support formula comprising a proprietary, researched blend of transfer factor, whole colostrum, beta-glucan, and additional immune-supporting ingredients.* This unique formula promotes a healthy immune system via multiple mechanisms of action.*
Mechanisms of action:
- Supports healthy NK Cell function*
- Promotes immune modulation*
- Supports a healthy cytokine response*
What is transfer factor?
First discovered by immunologist H. Sherwood Lawrence in 1949, transfer factors are immune messenger molecules comprised of amino acids. In mammals, these molecules are naturally produced by the body. Research suggests that these peptides are produced in colostrum and can be passed on to babies through the pre-milk. These molecules are not species-specific and therefore can be extracted from bovine (cow) colostrum and utilized in supplement form. They provide immune “knowledge” to the immune system by latching on to bad cells and acting as a marker, allowing the immune system to more effectively identify these potentially harmful cells as a threat.* Additionally, they have the unique ability to modulate the immune system, promoting Th1 and TH2 balance.*
Our Transfer Factor NK+™ is a proprietary blend of purified transfer factor and whole colostrum. Colostrum also contains a plethora of bioactive immune-supporting components, including IgA IgG and IgM, lactoferrin, IGF-I and II, TFα, and more.
Transfer Factor Multi-Immune™ has been the subject of multiple clinical studies. These studies demonstrated beneficial increases in multiple immune functions, such as a significant increase in NK cell activity, cytokine response, and immune modulation.* The latest study is in the process of peer review prior to publication.