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Transfer Factor offers remarkable health protection for pets and people

What is Transfer Factor? Transfer Factor is a family of supplements that use a unique substance called "transfer factor" molecules. These molecules occur naturally. When a mother (human or animal) nurses a newborn, the first few days of milk contain colostrum. Transfer factor molecules come from colostrum.

And here's what they do: Those molecules work with the newborn's immune system to build immunities. That's how the process works.

In older people and animals, Transfer Factor supplements are used to ward off new diseases and strengthen the immune system to fight off existing diseases. Transfer Factor has been shown to be beneficial for cancer, diabetes, asthma, allergies, thyroid disease, and more.

Of course, no supplement is miraculous. Transfer Factor can't cure all of those diseases. But it can provide greater quality of life over a longer period for many people and animals. In some cases, it is credited with curing or helping to cure serious illnesses.

Transfer Factor supplements are available in several formulas for people and in a couple of formulas for animals. These formulas can benefit dogs, cats, horses, and other animals.

Veterinarians report on success using Transfer Factor for a wide range of illnesses, including those listed above as well as red mange, leukemia, and more.

Rebecca Forrest, the Dayton Pets Examiner, began taking a Transfer Factor formula about a month ago and is already seeing some good results.

If you're interested in finding out more about this family of supplements, visit this website.




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