These days, allergies are one of the main issues affecting people. Many experts in this field believe that allergic mechanisms are the base of many diseases from arthritis to cancer. By Comparison, traditional medicine treats an individual symptom or struggles with individual allergens instead of figuring out why this person has an allergic reaction.
Today, thanks to the amino acid and a nutraceutical approach, we are truly addressing the fundamental causes of allergies.
Most allergies have two genesis mechanisms.
The first is when the immune systems produce a much larger number of T-helpers than the suppressors. These cells, helpers, lead to the formation of a large number of antibodies that exceed what is naturally needed to fight foreign invaders, and this overproduction can become dangerous. But since the pathogens attacking us change—for example, viruses constantly change their structure—protective antibodies must also change to maintain a protective effect. With overproduction of T lymphocytes and a small number of pathogens, it is not uncommon for antibodies to begin to make errors in the choice of the target and attack harmless and helpful structures—dust, pollen, food and own body cells. This erroneous immune aggression manifests itself in allergies, unexplained inflammations, headache attacks, fever.
The second is a group of IgE antibodies. Their main goal is to fight parasitic diseases. With an abnormal increase in the number of T-helpers, IgE independently attaches to mast cells containing histamine. When it meets the antigen, the cell wall breaks and its contents pour out. This is how the symptoms familiar to all develop—sneezing, runny nose, itching, redness.
The genesis of many food allergies is not the individual reaction of the body to a particular substance, but a digestive disorder. As noted above, in the case of digestive disorders, the long protein chain does not break up into amino acids, but remains in the form of short protein fragments. These short peptides can be perceived by the immune system as pathogens, and it begins to attack them. This attack manifests as an allergic reaction.
How can amino acids normalize this excessively strong antibody response? Amino acid mixtures, along with improving digestion, also maintain a balance between the amount of lymphocyte helpers and suppressors. This suppressor-helper balance prevents allergic reactions. The IMS program helps to clean the nasal passages, reduce redness and swelling, and reduce irritation, depression and anxiety that often accompany allergies.
We recommend to combine the intake of amino acids with a program of physical activity
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