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Bio-oxidative Therapy - Stimulates Immune System

Biooxidative Therapy - Stimulates Immune System Function

ALL forms of biooxidative therapy are contraindicated for people who have had a tissue or organ transplant.  The body's immune system will be stimulated into attacking the transplant

At controlled oxidant doses, a biooxidative therapy stimulates the immune system (IS ).   Protocols are designed to induce optimal amounts of oxidants for boosting the IS.

✔ A suitably low oxidant dose from an bio-oxidative therapy stimulates the immune system (IS).  As white blood cells (WBCs) are induced to produce "cytokines"(specialized protein messenger molecules), which on contact with otherWBCs, stimulates them to mount a full-force attack against infection.

✔ Too high a dose of oxidants may induce oxidative stress in WBCs.   With a failure to produce immune-stimulating cytokines


Detoxification by stimulating cellular immunity against infections and cancer cells

Stimulates the production of Lymphocytes and Monocytes (Types of WBCs) - Lymphocytes (T-cells, B-cells, natural killer (NK) cells)protect the body from viruses, bacteria, fungi and cancer. If deprived of oxygen, these cells malfunction by failing to eliminate invaders, and even turning against normal, healthy cells (allergic reactions). Biooxidative therapy significantly raises the oxygen levels in the blood for long periods after administration of therapy; As one result, allergies have a tendency to become desensitized.

•NK cells (activated in response to interferon),protect against tumor formation and cells becoming virally infected.

•B-cells are responsible for antibody immunity.

•Cytoxic T cells kill pathogen-infected cells with toxic granules

•T-helper cells release cytokines and growth factors that direct immune response.

•T-memory cells leave a lasting legacy of the antigens (molecules that stimulate an immune response) encountered by B and T cells

•Biooxidative therapy induces lymphocytes to differentiate and proliferate- yielding more T-helpers (secrete IL-2), T-suppressors, Cytotoxic T's, T-delayed's and T-memory cells.

Stimulates production of Cytokines.  A family of peptide cell-to-cell signal molecules which function to regulate numerous activities of the immune system E.g. Interferon, Interleukin, Tumor Necrosis Factor

•Interferonsare globular proteins which orchestrate every aspect of the immune system and inhibit viral replication.

• Interleukin-2 (IL-2) production launches an entire cascade of subsequent immunological reactions. IL-2 (secreted by T-helper cells) is one of the cornerstones of the immune system. Biooxidative therapy stimulates the secretion of Interleukin-2.

•Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) is produced by the body's immune system to fight infection and inhibit a tumor when it is growing. In metastasis, new cancer cells form to be carried elsewhere by the blood and lymph, but they have little chance of proliferating due to the TNF produced to inhibit the original tumor. When the original tumor is surgically removed, TNF levels drop dramatically and new tumors emerge from seemingly healthy tissue.

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