Dr. Will Falconer, DVM – “Most of the chronic diseases we commonly see in animals (and humans) have an immune basis. Diseases such as diabetes, allergies, asthma, thyroid disease, inflammatory bowel diseases, repeated ear infections, cancer all stem from an immune system not fully functioning. While they can be cured through the careful use of homeopathy, the road to cure can be a long one — often years if the animal has had years of disease. Transfer factors can significantly shorten the course, by giving a much needed balancing effect to the immune system. If the immune system is overactive as in allergies, ear infections, asthma, diabetes, or hypothyroidism, transfer factors can balance this over activity so the system is not attacking its own organs, overreacting to things that shouldn’t be perceived as a threat. If, conversely, the immune system is under-active as in mange, parasites, viral infections, or cancer, transfer factors can clearly stimulate it to better meet the challenges it needs to be alert to.”
Dr. Steven Slagle, DVM, Davis, Ca – “A cat with Leukemia, an oral tumor, and posterior paralysis due to a spinal tumor was very ill and emaciated. One month after starting her on transfer factors (human formula) at 1 capsule per day, there was some regression of the oral tumor, restored appetite with some weight gain, and increased sociability. Five months later, this cat continues to improve – she regained her normal weight, her oral tumor has regressed 80%, and she has regained the use of her hind legs and tail.”
IMPORTANT NOTE: Many veterinarians recommend the human transfer factors formulas, instead of the canine and feline formulas for their sick animals. In the below testimonials, the veterinarians, medical doctor and pet owner used the human transfer factors formulas, to treat their animals. Dr. Slagle (above) used the human formula to treat the leukemia, paralyzed cat. The human formulas comes in a small capsule and it is easier to give a sick animal who doesn’t want to eat. It is easy to shove the capsule into the throat, or empty the content into the pet’s food. Some people mix the powder with a little water and squirt it into the animal’s throat with an ear syringe.
Simply stated, transfer factors are tiny molecules that are able to convey immunity information from one entity to another to educate naïve cells about a present or potential danger along with a plan for action. Although the mostly notable function of these smart molecules is to speed up the recognition phase of an infection making the duration of an illness much shorter, transfer factors also have the ability to suppress an over active immune system.Transfer factors have the ability to balance out the function of your immune system, whether it needs to increase in function or be reduced in the case of auto-immune disorders.
Richard H. Bennett, Ph.D – “For decades, the approach to maintaining healthy animals was to wait for signs and symptoms of disease to occur and to counter the challenge with an array of drugs which were toxic for the disease causing agent. This approach is now being questioned as the armada of drugs is diminishing due to multiple drug resistant pathogens. Compounding this alarming trend is the current approach to health maintenance which assumes that “all is well” until actual disease processes begin. By this time, the disease is established, sometimes irreversibly, and the damage has occurred. So the questions arises…What if a new paradigm existed? Could it be possible to optimize the immune status of animals so that (1) disease is much less likely to occur and (2) if disease does occur, it’s severity and duration is minimized? The answer is YES and this paradigm shift is being engineered by small, naturally occurring protein-like molecules called TRANSFER FACTORS.” Dr. Richard Bennett holds a doctorate in Comparative Pathology from the University of California, Davis. His work in this area includes basic and applied research in infectious disease microbiology and immunology.
Dr. Sam Jones, DVM – “Transfer factors has been a remarkable addition to my veterinary practice. It is an amazing immune booster that provides support for so many conditions that animals have. ”
To order, see my “I Recommend” sidebar on the right.