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AIM Transfer Factor 

Anti-oxidant - Immune Support - Metabolic Support
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AIM Transfer Factor ingredients of marine phytoplankton, mushrooms, resveratrol, pomegranate extract, glutamine and so much more for the best possible immune support.                         

Transfer Factors (TF) are one class of components of mammalian colostrums that conveys immune intelligence from an immunologically competent donor to a naïve recipient.

Proline-rich Polypeptides (PRP) are also found in all mammalian colostrums. These PRPs are companions of TF and help regulate the immune response so that it neither under reacts or overreacts.

Vitamin D3, the sunshine vitamin, is essential in maintaining tissue integrity and immune system balance. Vitamin D3 also helps us maintain a good barrier function in the skin and in the linings of the lungs and intestines. Vitamin D3 is necessary for the production of antimicrobial proteins which are nature's way of keeping germs from being able to get into the bloodstream where they cause so much damage. 

Fucoidan. Human-milk oligosaccharides are the third largest component in human milk. These oligosaccharides are only found in the milk of humans, elephants and some whales. Each of these is a long-lived species. Some believe these human milk oligosaccharides to be original ant aging supplement. Since humans, elephants and whales are not good commercial sources for these oligosaccharides, another source had to be found. Fucoidan is a family of fucose-containing oligosaccharides that mimic the human milk oligosaccharides in composition, structure and function.

Thymus Factors. The thymus gland is considered the master
gland of the immune system. In humans the thymus gland
reaches its peak at puberty. Thereafter it declines, leaving
us with only a fraction of the competence. Restoring thymic
competence has a major impact on the effective age of the
body. Thymic competence is essential for transfer factor to
be effective.

Zinc is a cofactor in more than 300 essential biochemical
processes in the body. Zinc is critical for proper immune function.

Resveratrol Quercetin and Pomegranate each have
their own important benefits. Together, they have a stronger
antiaging and protective function than they could provide

Mushroom Extracts, Yeast Beta Glucans and
Ascorbic Acid. A.I.M. Transfer Factor contains a blend of
Yeast Beta-Glucans and immune active components from
Cordyceps, Agaricus, Coriolus, Trametes, Poria Cocos, Chaga, 
Maitake, Shitake, Reishi, and Antrodia camphorate mushrooms.
Each of these sources provides important immune support factors.
In addition, people who consume these components report
increased energy and wellbeing. 

ALPHA3 CMP™ Marine Phytoplankton. The first, best and final say in health and wellness, marine phytoplankton are the base of the entire food chain, extending up to whales, the largest mammals on Earth. Marine phytoplankton supply essential nutrients from trace minerals to essential fatty acids.

Alpha Lipolic Acid (ALA) is a critical antioxidant needed for proper functioning of our mitochondria, the furnaces of our cells. Without ALA, our mitochondria burn out from free radical damage. Without mitochondria, we store fuel as fat instead of converting it into usable energy. 

Curcumin is the active ingredient in curry. Curcumin has been called Indian gold because of its many health benefits to the people of the Indian subcontinent. 

Bioperine is a black pepper extract that  increases absorption of nutrients making all of the other components that much more effective.

Glutamine and N-acetylcysteine feed the immune system and support the production of glutathione one of the
most important antioxidants in the body.
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Brief Descriptions of A.I.M. 
Transfer Factor Components

Nutrition is not a single note; it is more like a symphony that
requires a full orchestra to perform properly. Each component was chosen for its ability to add tone and texture to the effects of the other components. 

Synergistic interactions were sought for and emphasized in order to maximize the benefits of each instrument.