Multiple Autoimmune Syndrome (MAS), AutoInflammatory Disease and Inflammation

Multiple Autoimmune Syndrome (MAS)For a long time, people who suffered from the seemingly related disorders known as multiple autoimmune syndrome (MAS) and autoinflammatory disease were thought to be hypochondriacs or lazy when they complained to their doctors about their symptoms: skin rashes, chronic fatigue, joint pain, unexplained fevers, chest pain and abdominal pain just to name a few.

Now, doctors and researchers have organized patients and their symptoms into two primary and related groups:

Painful Psoriasis: MAS & AutoInflammatory DiseaseWhile the two categories have distinct differences, they also have commonalities, the primary one being inflammation. With both types of conditions, the body’s immune system is “confused” and attacks itself.

Multiple Autoimmune Syndrome (MAS) occurs when a person has three or more autoimmune diseases simultaneously and one of them is a skin disorder such as psoriasis, scleroderma or vitiligo.

Autoinflammatory disease is also an autoimmune disorder, and comes under a number of different guises:

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF)
  • Behcet’s disease
  • Neonatal Onset Multisystem Inflammatory Disease (NOMID)
  • Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) receptor-associated periodic syndrome (TRAPS)
  • Deficiency of the interleukin-1 (IL-1) receptor antagonist (DIRA)

These inflammatory diseases cause problems that range from skin rashes, soresabdominal pain and joint pain, unexplained fevers, inflamed blood vessels, adrenal insufficiency /fatigue, inflammation (chronic) is at the root of most human diseases and heart failure.

Chronic inflammation is commonly associated with each type of MAS. It is believed the inflammation encourages T-cellsv, intended to defend the immune system for a short-term assault, to stay “on” and attack the body instead. This causes tremendous damage in various areas of the body depending upon which system the T-cells falsely identify as a harmful invader. If the chronic inflammation is in the brain it can contribute to Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s for example, in the circulation system, heart disease or stroke. If fat cells are chronically inflamed, it begins the process of type 2 diabetes. Inflammation in the gut leads to a host of painful skin disorders, joint diseases and bowel diseases including cancer. Genes become damaged and the immune system’s ability to correctly function is further compromised.

Add into this equation the many toxins present in our modern food chain and environment, plus high-risk behavior such as overeating, a diet high in carbohydrates and bad fats, lack of exercise, smoking, too much alcohol consumption and you have the unhealthy beginnings of MAS. However, there are actions you can take to reclaim your health.

The degree to which multiple autoimmune syndrome and autoinflammatory disease can be remediated, and chronic inflammatory response “turned off”, with lifestyle changes such as an anti-inflammatory diet, supplements and exercise has been area of intense study for several years.

Some of our ProBoost customers have shared two excellent resources written for laymen, that provide enlightening, actionable and scientific information about the tremendous impact of diet, toxins and life choices on our immune system’s function and our health. In fact, one of our customers Endocrinologist gives a copy of the first book to each of her diabetic patients:

  • Clean by Dr. Alejandro Junger, Cardiology & Functional Medicine
  • Grain Brain by Dr. David Perlmutter, Neurology

Multiple Autoimmune Syndrome and AutoInflammatory Disease is not “in your head” or a sentence that you can do nothing about as you will discover in the two books above. No supplement supports healthy immune function like ProBoost Thymic Protein A. Here is a testimonial from a customer whose daughter has MAS.

“My 21 year old daughter has fibro, chronic fatigue, AZOOR, necrobiosis lipoidica, granuloma annulare, and irritable bowel syndrome IBS. We swear that ProBoost has helped with almost all of them. And the best part about ProBoost is it’s natural – no harsh drugs, no side effects. It seems every drug she takes requires yet another to offset the effects of each other. Not so with ProBoost. We are sold!”

– Melissa L. – CustomerOrder Proboost

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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! 

The Discovery of Thymic Protein A and Its Impact on Longevity

Thymic Protein A and Its Impact on Longevity A healthy immune system in the human body means a strong defense mechanism exists, protecting the body against the devastating effects of pathogen attacks. The lifespan of an individual can increase when the body has powerful capabilities to defend itself and, conversely, can diminish when the immune system is vulnerable. As a result, the signs and complications of aging are forestalled for some but visible and accelerated for others.

How Does The Immune System Work?

The immune system is an intertwined network of organs, glands and white blood cells falling into the Humoral and the Cell Mediated systems. B-lymphocytes of the Humoral Immunity system create antibodies to defeat invading pathogens, while the T-lymphocytes of the Cell Mediated Immunity are the activation keys. Both these types of white blood cells are created in the bone marrow with B-cells, which are mature when they are born;  T-cells, however, are matured by proteins from the thymus gland.

T-4 Cells – Regulators of the Immune System

Immune systemFor an immune system to work efficiently, both B-cells and T-cells have to work together. For B-cells to do their job of producing antibodies, they need constant direction from the T-h helper cells. Moreover, T-4 helper cells send signals to the bone marrow to create more helper cells as well as other types of T-cells.  In addition, they control production of CD56 natural killer cells and red blood cells that fight off viruses, infections, cancer, inflammatory diseases like arthritis and even stop some from taking hold.

Thymus Gland and Immunity

Dr. Terry Beardsley, an expert on the thymus gland, discovered that Thymic Protein A, secreted from the thymus gland is important for activating the T-4 cells. His research revealed this ductless gland, located beneath the breastbone, is vitally important for a strong immune system. The natural shrinking of the thymus gland actually paved way for the discovery of Thymic Protein A in the laboratory.

Thymic Protein A and Its Many Benefits

Dr. Beardsley recreated the protein from cultured cells and not from the actual thymus glands. Thymic Protein A is the complete 500-amino chain which fits the receptor site on the T-4 cell while helping keep the immune system stable. Ever since its discovery, Thymic Protein A has shown many amazing uses in the defense against infections, as well as significantly slowing down the aging of the immune system. In addition, patients experience improved stamina and energy along with a better overall sense of well-being and the ability to ward off infections.

Proboost for Longevity

Dr. Beardsley and a number of other biological scientists have deduced that Thymic Protein A in regular dosage is necessary for improving the quality of life because any substance that strengthens immunity may well lengthen life in the process, giving the body the ability to ward off illness and fight disease naturally. Proboost contains Thymic Protein A which is in powder form in sealed individual dose packets, to be administered under the tongue where it dissolves rapidly.

Dr. Beardsley points out that in addition to its longevity benefits, Thymic Protein A can be used against flu and other infections as well as to maintain total white blood count in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Dr. Beardsley believes that someday in the near future this unique protein will be used in all medicines to act as a shield against the very causes of illness and aging.

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