What is Transfer Factor L-Plus?
First discovered by immunologist H. Sherwood Lawrence in 1949, transfer factors are immune messenger molecules comprised of amino acids. In mammals, these molecules are naturally produced by the body.
- Research suggests that these peptides are produced in colostrum and can be passed on to babies through the pre-milk.
- These molecules are not species-specific and therefore can be extracted from bovine (cow) colostrum and utilized in supplement form.
- They provide immune “knowledge” to the immune system by latching on to bad cells and acting as a marker, allowing the immune system to more effectively identify these potentially harmful cells as a threat.