Immune System Dysfunction and Thymic Protein A – Part 2: Look at the Source

High cost of health careIn part 1 of this blog, we talked about the enormous cost of Immune System Dysfunction. But  let’s look at a simple protein, one that our bodies make while we are young and diminishes as we age, that gives us the opportunity to optimize our immune system.

In the treatment of Immune Dysfunction, using thymic protein extracts has been researched since the 1970’s.  Considerable proof has been found that demonstrates that thymic proteins are useful for boosting immune function related to several diseases and disorders including, chronic infections (viral and bacterial), certain types of cancers and some auto-immune disorders.

Supplementation with Thymic Proteins can be used when the body’s own defense mechanisms are attacking self-tissue.  It was also discovered that repeated infections were reduced when sustained thymic proteins were use for a period of at least one year or more. The studies also confirmed that patients improved their immune parameters.

One of the most important indications for Thymic Protein A use in cancer patients, is the management of lymphopenia/leukopenia caused by chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Because of the severe drop in white blood cells, thymic protein use can bring up the white cell counts faster when they do fall or prevent dangerously low levels.  Patients taking thymic protein conclude their treatment with lesser side effects than patients who do not take it.

Clinical studies have shown that Thymic Protein A is indicated in the treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, and Scleroderma.  These classic disorders occur because of an increase in antibody formation as a result of a high T-helper/T-suppressor ratio.  T-helper/T-suppressor ratios were returned to normal in three months when Thymic Protein A was used in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Thymic protein use has shown significant improvements in the treatment of Chronic Fatigue, Cold and Flu, Fibromyaliga, Lupus Erythematosus, and Scleroderma.

There have been studies to determine if the use of thymic protein affects lymphocytes (T-cell), a type of white blood cell, plays in periodontal disease.  Neutrophils, another type of white blood cell, have an important role fighting infection and bacterial plaque infections in the mouth. This is especially important to people who have diabetes and the geriatric population because they are the most likely to have depressed levels of neutrophils. Neutrophil growth is encouraged by lymphocytes, which are in turn encouraged by thymic proteins.  Because of this relationship, lymphocytes have a major part in resisting periodontal disease, which can cause heart disease.

The bottom line is, our immune system ages over time just like the rest of our bodies. Add stress, medications, poor eating habits, environmental factors, and genetics to the mix, and it’s quite remarkable that we fend off as many illnesses as we do. However, at the source of healthy immune function we have to produce the correct cells to control inflammation and fight disease. To mature those cells, we need Thymic Protein A, which diminishes over time, as our thymic gland shrinks drastically with age.

Fortunately research has shown that supplementing thymic protein allows the immune system to mature the T-cells needed to its job. ProBoost Direct offers packets with 12 trillion molecules of  Thymic Protein A.

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Immune System Dysfunction and Thymic Protein A – Part 1

Immune System Dysfunction and Thymic Protein AOver 120 million Americans – one third of the population – are affected by a variety of health robbing dysfunctions of the immune system.  Several disorders and diseases that can result from immune dysfunction are:

It is impossible to accurately estimate the costs of immune dysfunction in terms of lost time at work, health care and prescription bills, not to mention the reduction in quality of life, but it’s not hard to image how huge the costs are given how many people are affected. Unfortunately, instead of looking for the origin of immune system dysfunction, enormous amounts of time and money are spent treating the resulting symptoms and illness – too often ineffectively.

One reason the immune system becomes dysfunctional is due to combined attacks.  When the immune system is suppressed or overworked, and the next infection, allergen or source of inflammation appears, it can be overwhelmed or unable to respond to the new threat.  Ideally, immune function is optimal in order to properly respond to infection, inflammation, or dangerous cells like cancer and tumors. If not, a new threat may emerge and the immune system may over or under-react. For example, chronic low-grade infections and autoimmune disorders occurring simultaneously are not uncommon when the immune system is dysfunctional.

Enter the Thymus Gland. Think of the thymus as the “brain” of the immune system. It is located below the breastbone and manufactures many diverse polypeptides that “program” some of the immune cells, which begin in the bone marrow.  These are called B-cell lymphocytes (white blood cells), which are encoded in the bone marrow and sent to the thymus for “instructions.” Other immune cells mature in the thymus gland by interacting with Thymic Protein A (TPA). Those are the T-lymphocytes (T-Cells), which patrol the body at all times, looking for threats. In order for the T-Cell to carry out its particular function, the receptor on the surface of the T-Cells links with the matching Thymic Protein A becoming immune-competent.

T-4 (CD4) helper cells and the T-8 (CD8) that differentiates into killer and suppressor cells are the two major types of T-Cells. The T-4 cells induce killer and suppressor cells and stimulate B-Cells to make antibodies and macrophages that eat pathogens like cancer cells. Killer cells kill.  They are immune-competent and can recognize tumor cells and cells that are virally infected. The killer cells attack the deviant cells.  Occasionally, killer cells will attack self-tissue, but the immune-competent suppressor cells will intercede to halt the assault if the immune system is optimal.

When the immune system is functioning correctly, the thymus makes proteins that “program” T-cells to start and stop immune response. However, the thymus shrinks over time and eventually ceases to produce the proteins essential to sustain immune balance by maturing new or replacing dysfunctional T-cells. Thymic gland atrophy is a function of aging, but can also be affected by a combination of elements, such as: genetic flaws, stress, disease, allergens, obesity, repeated exposure to toxic substances, medications, and a diet high in inflammation forming foods leading to chronic inflammation.

What if it were possible to regain more vitality, more health? Fortunately, now the immune system can be supplemented with the use of ProBoost Thymic Protein A

Next: Part 2 – Immune Dysfunction: Treatment at the Source

Fibromyalgia and ProBoost

Fibromyalgia and ProBoost – Reducing Inflammation

Inflammation and Fibromyalgia painFibromyalgia is considered the second most common rheumatologic disorder, next to osteoarthritis. It is a disorder that causes severe, chronic pain throughout the body at trigger points, as well as severe chronic fatigue with is also found in Lupus and Lyme disease suffers. Secondary symptoms include sore throat, tender nodes, cognitive difficulty and headache and sleep difficulties.

Despite affecting millions, researchers do not fully understand its cause. It is thought to be caused by dysfunction at the hypothalamic-pituitary axes, a control center for endocrine and immunomodulation.

Additionally, several autoimmune mechanisms have been associated with fibromyalgia and the thymus plays a critical role in mediating these. An imbalance between two lymphocytes which mature in the thymus, Th1 and Th2, and their local effects is thought to cause many of the symptoms associated with this disease. Th1 and Th2 cells are self-regulating. Th1 cells promote the maturation of additional Th1 cells, while suppressing the maturation of Th2 cells. Th2 self-regulates in the same way.

However, Th1 cells have a pro-inflammatory effect, and inflammation is the leading cause of pain. An imbalance which promotes Th1 maturation and suppresses Th2 maturation will lead to the inflammation and pain characteristic of fibromyalgia.

The thymus’ role is to maintain the appropriate balance between these two cell types. It does this though the action of cytokines (interleukins), chemicals which control the maturation process. Cells within the thymus secreting Interleukin-10 (IL-10) will suppress Th1 formation and promote Th2 formation. Cells secrete Interleukin-12 (IL-12) or another cytokine known as Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha (TNF-a), will promote Th1 formation and suppress Th2 formation. In this way, the thymus is able to regulate the inflammatory response properly.

But what happens when the thymus is unable to regulate the balance of the Th1 and Th2 and inflammation is not confined to an appropriate response? Science now knows that inflammation is at the root of the disease process and autoimmune dysfunction. This results in a host of potential medical problems like heart disease, cancer, Crohn’s or autoimmune issues like fibromyalgia and arthritis.  As we age, the thymus shrinks, producing less and less Thymic Protein A essential to bringing new T-cells online. That means it loses its ability to mature new T-cells and regulate the existing ones.

This is where ProBoost Thymic Protein A (TPA) may help. By supplementing TPA in the correct manner, the thymus gland is able to mature new T-cells, which supports proper immune system function and in turn helps to regulate the inflammation process. Since fibromyalgia is characterized by pain and pain is linked to inflammation, it has been found by people suffering from fibromyalgia that TPA can be beneficial and in some cases produces very noticable relief.

In the acute stage of fibromyalgia or any critical immune dyficent response, taking ProBoost 3 times daily is suggested. When pain, inflammation, infection or low white blood cell count is controlled, the amount can be reduced to 1-2 times daily according to what works for each person.

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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Maybe It’s Not All in Your Head

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity  - Tired and in PainMultiple Chemical Sensitivity and the role of Thymic Protein A. Our immune system is remarkable in its ability to keep us healthy; however, it declines with age like the rest of our body. The thymus gland, which produces Thymic Protein A to mature new T-cells, plays a central role in our immune system and decreases in size and functionality over time.

In the early formative years when our bodies are “learning” immunity, “educating” T-cells and producing new ones, the thymus gland is almost the size of the lungs. Starting at about age three, the gland begins to slowly shrink in size until between ages 50-60 when the thymus gland can be as small as a pea. At some point, it is lacking the capability to produce sufficient levels of a critical thymic protein a needed by the immune system to mount an effective immune response.

How Does Thymic Protein A Help for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Other Conditions

Conditions like Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), chronic fatigue syndrome /chronic fatigue immune disorder (CFS/CFID), fibromyalgia, Lyme disease and other illnesses that have environmental triggers, often involve a compromised immune system. The result is chronic infections, viral impunity and inflammation which, along with the disease process, contribute to debilitating symptoms like pain and fatigue.

Thymus gland - fetal to adultProBoost was originally developed to support the function of the thymus in maturing t-helper lymphocytes (T-cells) for severely immune compromised patients. It worked because synthesized Thymic Protein A has the identical biological activity as the natural form produced by the fully functioning thymus gland.

Thymic Protein A, is an essential substance for cell-mediated immunity which is how our bodies deal with viruses, bacteria, fungal infections and other threats. Clinical studies on cats and dogs, humans and in vitro cells, have all shown significant improvements in how the immune system activates T-4 helper cells. Reported results include:

  • Increased overall immune function
  • Improvements in sleep and energy
  • Reduction of pain from inflammation
How is ProBoost Taken

ProBoost must be taken under the tongue in order to bypass being destroyed by the digestive system. Used sublingually, Thymic Protein A is delivered to the body intact and in biologically active form.

So maybe it’s not all in your head…maybe it’s in your immune system. ProBoost can help.

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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – maybe its not all in your head.

ProBoost for Fighting Cancer – The Connection Between Thymic Protein A and Natural Killer T Cells

Beat Breast CancerNo one wants to face cancer. It was even difficult to write this blog about the “Big C”. But cancer has a face – it is someone you know, someone you care about or even yourself. No one wants to face cancer, but everyone wants to beat it.

ProBoost can help.

As the human body ages, the natural immune system can become more vulnerable to diseases and infections. Why does this happen?  As we get older, our thymus gland shrinks and so do the levels of Thymic Protein A (TPA) which are needed to mature critical, Natural Killer T cells (NKT) for the immune system to prevent or stop the chronic inflammation that can fuel disease. The scientific community has identified chronic inflammation as the root cause of many diseases. A recent study out of San Diego discusses the link between inflammation and cancer. ProBoost was developed in clinical trials to increase or supplement Thymic Protein A, thereby boosting the body’s natural immune system response.

What is ProBoost Thymic Protein A?

Thymic Protein A is a complex protein moleculeThymic Protein A (TPA) is the active ingredient in ProBoost and mirrors the properties of natural thymic protein produced by the thymus gland. TPA is a 500 amino acid chain, comprising the entire protein molecule, and allowing the body to utilize it as if it was produced by the body’s own thymus gland.

How ProBoost Thymic Protein A Works

Originally, Dr. Terry Beardsley produced ProBoost to stimulate the immune system for extremes cases of TPA deficiency like those found in HIV and certain kinds of leukemia cases. He studied the thymus gland and was able to isolate a single thymic protein – Thymic Protein A. He found that this protein was necessary for the body to mature T4 lymphocytes (T-cells), Natural Killer (NK) cells, and Natural Killer T-cells (a subset of the NK cells), thus boosting the ability of the immune system to fight infection, viruses, bacteria, tumor fomation and diseases like cancer. Properly deployed, NK cells (Adaptive T-8 cells) provide rapid responses to virally infected cells and tumor formation, usually within three days.

Killer Immune Cells in action against cancer These T-Cells are a special type of white cell matured in the thymus gland. These cells operate by recognizing and targeting infected or tumor cells.  The infected cells are first suppressed and then destroyed.   We are exposed to infections, viruses and cancerous cells every day, but we rarely get sick because of the action of these T-cells. Cancer presents a particular challenge to the immune system as it is adept at making the cells appear normal to the body in the early stages, which is why certain cancers can go undetected until it has advanced.

What happens when we do get sick?

As noted earlier, because the thymus gland shrinks with age we make less Thymic Protein A and mature fewer T-cells. When that happens the immune system’s ability to deal with disease, viruses and infections diminish.  In many adults, the thymus gland is relatively small by age 40. The correlation of age and increased risk of illness is one of the factors, environmental and dietary stress another, as is family predisposition to certain kinds of cancer. In a clinical setting, ProBoost has been shown to increase the number to white blood cells needed to fight cancer, even when an individual is undergoing chemotherapy.

ProBoost has also been shown to improve the functioning of the immune system. Clinical trials have been conducted on other diseases such as AIDS, Cancer, Herpes, Hepatitis-C and Lyme disease. Dr. Beardsley proved that Thymic Protein A boosts levels of T4, T8 and other natural cell killers.

How Should I Take ProBoost – Active Disease or Preventive Measure?

Keep Calm and Fight BackThe Immune System’s own T-cells may be the best hope for many types of cancers. Dr. Beardsley’s studies discovered that ProBoost has the ability to raise the white blood cell count when taken 3-4 daily during the acute disease state and during chemotherapy.

As a preventive measure, 1-2 packets a day of ProBoost is excellent for warding off colds, flu and other viruses as well as giving your body what it needs to keep more Natural Killer T-Cells actively working when a health treat is detected. ProBoost is a safe, natural supplement and can be taken by adults or children.

ProBoost is placed under the tongue to dissolve sublingually and should be taken one hour after meals.  Studies have found no reports of any adverse side effects.

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ProBoost for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome

ProBoost for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Immune Dysfunction SyndromeProboost Thymic Protein A is an all natural supplement with similar properties to the immune regulating hormone, “thymulin.”  It has been found effective for fighting infections, the common cold, flu viruses, Lyme Disease and it has been shown to have improve immune activation markers for those suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS).

What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS and CFIDS)

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a disorder that causes extreme episodes of fatigue.  CFS is a specific type of fatigue that cannot be attributed to an underlying medical condition and is not relieved by rest. It can last for long periods of time, typically more than six months, and incapacitates one’s ability to carry out ordinary daily tasks.

What are the Causes of CFS and CFIDS

The symptoms of CFS and Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) are often similar to other illnesses. It is speculated by the medical community, that CFS may have its roots in one of three areas, especially among people with a predisposition to develop it once triggered (source Mayo Clinic):

  • Viral infections. Some people develop chronic fatigue syndrome after a viral infection.  Researchers suspect that some viruses might trigger the disorder. Suspicious viruses have included Epstein-Barr, human herpesvirus 6, Lyme disease and mouse leukemia viruses but none of them has been definitely linked.
  • Immune system dysfunction. The immune systems of people who have chronic fatigue syndrome appears to be impaired. It is unclear if this impairment is enough to actually cause the disorder, or a result of it.
  • Hormonal imbalances. People who have CFS also sometimes experience abnormal blood levels of hormones produced in the hypothalamus, pituitary gland or adrenal glands. Again, it is unclear if this imbalance is the cause or the effect of it.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms

The main symptom of CFS is extreme fatigue lasting for more than 6 months and includes at least four of the following symptoms:

  • Feeling ill for more extended periodsChronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Memory issues
  • Muscle pain
  • Pain in joints
  • Headaches
  • Sore throat
  • Tender lymph nodes
  • Sleep problems and not feeling rested after sleep

Unfortunately, there are no tests designed to diagnose CFS.   Since there are other illnesses that produce the same type of symptoms, a doctor can rule out other ailments with testing before diagnosing Chronic Fatigue Symptom.

Not much is known about CFS and CFIDS or what is the cause.  It is most common among women in their 40’s and 50’s, but it can affect anyone. What is exceedingly disturbing about CFS is that there is no cure, and it can last for years. The objective is to try to manage the symptoms by some simple changes, such as focusing on varying a few daily routines, learning some coping techniques and exercising regularly. There is medication for the pain and other problems but food sensitivities and digestive issues should not be ruled out as potential factors.

ProBoost for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

ProBoost is Thymic Protein A, a clinically proven, naturally occurring, 500-chain protein produced by the thymus gland, that may help with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). For some users it has been very effective.  There may be a connection to CFS when it is a result of a virus or an immune insufficiency. Where that is the case, then ProBoost, which builds the number of active immune T-cells, targets those specific causes. It is clinically shown that restoring diminishing Thymic Protein A (TPA) results in improved immune response.

How to Take Thymic Protein A for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) symptoms can be managed by regularly taking ProBoost. Not only will it help with CFS, Proboost enhances the body’s natural immune response to other undesirable conditions like, colds, flu, cancer and other viruses.

ProBoost Thymic Protein A is taken three times a day when used for an active condition. It comes in pre-measured packets of TPA powder and is placed under the tongue (never swallowed) where it dissolves in about three minutes.  It is important that Thymic Protein A be delivered sublingually as digestive acids can break down it before it reaches the bloodstream. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome symptoms have been shown to improve after taking ProBoost over a 12 week period. Some individuals experience permanent relief, while others find a maintenance dose of 1-2 packets is needed after the initial phase.

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ProBoost Thymic Protein A – Defense Against Colds and Flu

Proboost - Cold and Flu preventionOur immune system is in a constant battle with different types of virus and bacteria that invade our bodies.  Contact with the surrounding environment, the food we eat and with people, open the door for bacteria and virus to enter via our respiratory system, nasal passages, mouth and skin. Our immune system’s job is to protect our body from these invasions.

The Common Cold and Influenza

The common cold and the influenza viruses, affects the upper respiratory system including the sinuses. While a common cold which may include chest cold and head cold, it can be caused by more than 100 different viruses although a few are the most common. The  flu is generally caused influenza A or B viruses, with mutations that can become super viruses. Highly infectious, the common cold and flu can be spread through diverse forms; the most common is through airborne particles and contact with people or surfaces that are infected. These viruses flourish by contact through mucous membranes of the mouth, throat, nose, bronchi, and lungs.

Know the Difference Between Common Cold and Flu Symptoms

Cold and flu virus by WebMDTo accurately diagnose the common cold vs. the flu, we need to get a clear picture of the symptoms and not jump to conclusions with a simple cough. A sore throat, nasal symptoms like a runny nose and congestion follow, along with a cough by the fourth and fifth days. Mild fever is not a frequent symptom but occurs in some people. The most common viruses that cause a cold are:

    • Rhinoviruses — causing 10% to 40% of colds
    • Coronaviruses — causing 20% of colds
    • Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) — responsible for 10% of colds

Flu, although it has many of the same symptoms of a cold like sore throat and runny nose, is more sever and comes on rapidly with a fever of 101 and higher, is characterized by muscle aches and soreness, chest congestion, and cough. Swine flu in particular can cause vomiting and diarrhea.

Most flu symptoms gradually improve over two to five days, but it’s not uncommon to feel run down for a week or more. An unfortunate complication of flu is pneumonia which can be life threatening, particularly in the young, elderly, or people with lung or heart problems. Some of the more common flu viruses are:

    • Influenza A (H1N1 – evolved quickly – causes pandemics)
    • Influenza B (slow to evolve – never caused a pandemic)
    • Avian Flu (strain of H1N1)
    • Swine Flu (strain of H1N1)

Cold and flu symptom chart Here is a chart of the symptoms of the cold vs. flu courtesy of WebMD.

Infection of the lungs and bronchi, caused by staphylococci or pneumococcal can follow especially in people with compromised immune systems. Flu can seem to go away and then recur with a fever and a bad cough escalating the severity when the symptoms reappear.

How Does The Common Cold and Flu Affect the Immune System

How does the common cold and flu affect the immune system?  Since viruses cannot multiply, they reproduce by infecting human cells.  This allows them to travel through the bloodstream. As a result of this viral assault, B-lymphocytes produce antibodies to target the infectious virus. Depending on how healthy or resistant you are to particular viruses, the less likely you are to catch cold or the flu and the more likely you are to have a mild or shortened version.

Plenty of rest is also an essential factor in fighting colds and flu. It is also important to stay hydrated and increase the consumption of vitamin enriched foods to reinforce the body’s natural immune system.  This regimen along with ProBoost Thymic Protein A, will help increase energy levels for a quicker recovery even if started after the infection has started.

ProBoost, the Sure Boost for Immunity

ProBoost Thymic Protein A is the natural, 500-chain protein produced in our thymus gland to mature the T and B cells designed to stop bacteria, viruses and cancer cells from overwhelming our immune system. This protein can mimic the abilities of the immune regulating hormone, “thymulin” and marshals superior defenses against invading viruses. For this reason, it is a strong defense for  viral infections in particular. However, as we age or if we have been ill, the thymus gland produces less Thymic Protein A thereby leaving us increasingly vulnerable to illness.

ProBoost Thymic Protein A is simple and effective.  Simply dissolve one packet under the tongue, three times a day an hour after eating at the first sign of cold or flu symptoms. In many cases the virus is stopped and the symptoms gone within a short period of time. Started after the flu or cold has advanced, it can shorten the duration and severity of the infection, especially important in environments where people are immune compromised.

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Thymic Protein A – The Immune System’s Weapon of Mass Destruction

Thymic Protein A Killing a human virusWithin the immune system is the thymus gland, a very specialized organ. If there was no thymus gland, there would be no T-cells to support the immune system in defending the body against infection, viruses, cancer or inflammation.

The thymus gland together with Thymic Protein A produce the immune systems “weapon of mass destruction”, the T-cells. After the neo-natal and teenage years, the thymus decreases in size. The thymus ages, effecting the production of Thymic Protein,  which results in a decrease in immune function. One way to offset some of the decrease of immune function is to supplement Thymic Protein A.

Importance of the Thymus Gland

The thymus gland provides cells (T-cells) to fight infection and helps the endocrine system carry out its task to balance the immune system. The first and foremost duty of the thymus is the propagation and segregation of mature T-cells or T-lymphocytes to assault bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that attack the body. Both T-cells and B-cells are important in the immune reaction and come from the bone marrow.  While B-cells are fully mature whether they leave or stay in the bone marrow, the T-cells must travel to the thymus gland to grow. There are three diverse classes of fully grown T-cells:

  • Immune system cellsT-4 Helper Cells: Trigger additional immune cells and provoke the manufacture of antibodies
  • T-8 Cytotoxic (Killer) Cells: Guided by the T-4 cells, assault and wipe out microorganisms and cancer cells
  • T-8 Suppressor Cells:   Stops the T-8 cell attack

T-cells must be completely mature in order to perform accurately. The key to a longer, healthier life is an improved immune system response against assailants.  This is true for all immune cells.

Origin of Thymic Protein A:

When Terry Beardsley, PhD discovered Thymic Protein A (TPA), the thymic supplements that were available at that time did not target a precise part of the thymus.  The first thymus supplement to call attention to the T-4 Helper cells is Thymic Protein A.    T-4 cells regulate every immune cell, and together with the stimulation of antibodies, are vital because they trigger the entire immune system. Not to interrupt the natural function of the T-4 cells, Dr. Beardsley’s objective was to focus on escalating their actions.

Action of TPA:

After the T-cells reach the thymus gland and mature, their biological corridor can be tracked. In the thymus gland, the cells are activated and programmed by an effect of a certain thymic protein.  Since Thymic Protein A is particular to a precise transmitters and the T-4 receptor, it is superior to other thymic hormones and extracts.  Longevity, stamina, health, energy and immune function are boosted when a person takes thymic protein a due to the specific action on maturing T-cells.

An average dose of 4 micrograms (mcg) of Thymic Protein A taken under the tongue as a nutritional supplement in powder form is adequate to reinforce the immune system. TPA can be taken 1 to 3 times a day in higher doses and has never shown side effects. This is essential to people taking TPA for reoccurring or stubborn infections, inflammatory disease states and for chemotherapy patients to maintain white blood cell counts.

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The Discovery of Thymic Protein A – How It Works to Strengthen the Immune System

The Discovery of Thymic Protein A

Dr. Terry BeardslyeThe discovery of Thymic Protein A was the result of years of research by immunologist Dr. Terry Beardsley who closely studied the human thymus gland. This gland is responsible for maturing the T-lymphocytes which are a vital part of the immune system. T-lymphocytes are initially immature and not yet ready to function. The thymus gland matures and activates them by the production of a certain protein molecule.

Beardsley named this long chain molecule “Thymic Protein A (TPA)”. Thymic protein A is responsible for boosting the immune system and strengthening it against bacteria, viruses and other pathogens.  It also defends against diseases that are a result of inflammation. White blood cells are a part of the immune system, originating in the bone marrow.  Most of them are biologically active but some are not bio-active when released from the bone marrow.  These are known as T cells. The thymus gland releases Thymic Protein A to activate these T-cells causing the immune system to work efficiently. It also means that opportunistic infections caused by low white blood cell count can be avoided, essential when dealing with serious diseases like cancer.

As the thymus gland ages, it shrinks in size. At age 60, the thymus gland has reached the size of a pea, resulting in less production of Thymic Protein A. Lower levels of TPA to mature the T-lymphocytes result in a weaker immune system due to the lack of this essential protein molecule.

How Thymic Protein A Works?

Thymic Protein A and CancerComputer system hardware requires a set of instructions to function properly and carry out its designated processes. The software tells the hardware how to function. The operation system of the computer is the software which supports a computer’s basic functions and controls the hardware. Thymic Protein A is similar to the computer operating system; it matures and directs the T-cells to gear up the body’s defenses against everything from bacteria, viruses and cancer.

The T-cells are the brains of the white blood cells in the immune system and are activated by the TPA key. The T-cells then regulate immunity by stimulating the B-cells to produce antibodies and control other white blood cells such as CD-8 killer cells, NK cells, and macrophages, important in fighting off life threatening diseases such as cancer. Thymic Protein A maximizes immunity and regulates the defense mechanism when and as needed.

TPA is currently being studied for its effect on degenerative diseases.  It is already know to work well in fighting against inflammation caused by viral and bacterial attacks on the human body, which in some cases leads to arthritis like symptoms and nerve related damage,  Lyme Disease for example.  Thymic Protein A is needed to mature new CD4 (T4) immune cells and remind the current activated cells of their duties, vital in the bodies defense against disease including cancer. Without sufficient Thymic Protein A, CD4 cell function may be compromised.

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Proboost Thymic Protein A – The Driving Force for Your Immunity

Proboost Make your thymus glow with healthThe thymus gland is a driving force for your immunity. It’s role in dealing with viruses, bacteria, cancer, arthritis, all inflammatory diseases cannot be stressed enough. In order to work, the thymus gland must have sufficient amounts of Thymic Protein A

The thymus gland is a pyramid-shaped lymphoid organ that is part of the immune system and is situated in the upper chest area just below the breastbone. Named after its resemblance to the thyme leaf, it might appear smaller than other organs but serves a very important function in defending the human body. The thymus gland is responsible for maturing the T-lymphocytes through proteins so that these act as soldiers of the immune system.

The T-cells are a key to regulating the immune system by maintaining the tempo of the B-lymphocytes, which are antibody producers to a particular antigen. The T-cells also attack and destroy invading cells such as viruses and cancer cells. Initially when T-cells are created by the bone marrow, they are not fully grown to perform their function unless powered by the Thymic Protein A produced in the Thymus.

The Body Ages, Thymus ShrinksThymus gland - fetal to adult

When humans are in the fetal stage right up to a few years after birth, the thymus gland is known to be the largest gland relative to the rest of the organs in the body; in fact it is nearly half as big as the lungs. Up until puberty, the gland grows at a slower rate as compares to the other organs. But when an individual reaches puberty, the thymus gland shrinks in size at a slow rate for the rest of a person’s life and the lymphocytes become replaced by the fat tissue between the lobules.

Thymus Shrinks, Immune System Comes Under Attack

When the thymus gland shrinks, it no longer produces sufficient proteins to mature the T lymphocytes. When these T-cells are immature, they no longer would be able to regulate the B-cells and direct the immune system in case of an attack from cancer and, bacterial and viral infections. Thus with age, T-cells lose their effectiveness and make the human body vulnerable to attacks from pathogens and disease.

Proboost Direct For Restoring Thymic Function

Dr. Beardsley, the scientist that discovered Thymic Protein A, did years of research on the thymus gland. Thymus cell cultures revealed an isolated purified protein that could boost immune function. This 500-amino chain protein could exactly fit into the battery of the T-cells and which could mature these cells for immune function. Thymic Protein A was the name given by Dr. Beardsley to this protein which simulated and restored the power of T-lymphocytes.

Dr. Beardsley created an oral supplement, Proboost, to restore the thymic function and power the T-lymphocytes. Proboost is a safe, low-dose protein supplement for increasing the stamina, energy, and well-being. Proboost Thymic Protein A is a must-have product for those patients suffering from chronic fatigue, cancer, and chronic infections such as HIV, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C, CMV Retinitis, and Herpes.

Healthy Life with Proboost DirectThe immune system being central to the neuroendocrine system requires thymic protein A to ensure the body’s health. There is no other way to prevent this age-related atrophy of the thymus gland.

If you want a strong immune system with as you age, order your Proboost Thymic Protein A today!