Immune Therapy Research Lab Blog

What is a “Lysozyme” and How Can it Help Fight Infection?

What is a “Lysozyme” and How Can it Help Fight Infection?

There is a class of substances in all organisms that are known as enzymes.  By definition, an enzyme is a molecule that causes a biochemical react...
What is Transfer Factor and How Does it Help the Immune System?

What is Transfer Factor and How Does it Help the Immune System?

Transfer Factor may sound like one substance, but it is really a mixture of small molecules derived from white blood cells (leukocytes). Transfer ...
Can the Non-Specific Nature of Innate Immune Boosters be Useful Against Coronaviruses?

Can the Non-Specific Nature of Innate Immune Boosters be Useful Against Coronaviruses?

The human innate immune system is the “first line of defense” against infectious agents. It is like a hammer or a scatter gun because it is non-specific and just tries to smash an invasion of any infectious agent—a bacteria, fungus, parasite or virus—enters the body.
Responding to the Coronavirus

Responding to the Coronavirus

Practical approaches you can take to protecting yourself against the Coronavirus. 

Read on to find out effective ways to support your immune system’s fight against a viral infection.

What is the Immune System? And How Does it Work?

What is the Immune System? And How Does it Work?

Learn more about the how the Immune System functions and helps support the body against viruses, bacteria, and infections.