immune deficiency information
Immune deficiency, also called immunodeficiency, is a condition under which the body’s immune system loses the ability to effectively fight infectious disease in the manner a healthy body would. Immunodeficiency can be caused by an imbalance or lack of nutrients in the body, drugs used to fight cancer or specific diseases that attack the immune system. Such diseases include acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), certain types of cancer, and lymphomas.
Malnutrition and an unbalanced diet are the most common causes of immune deficiency worldwide. Wholesome, balanced nutrition is crucial to maintaining a healthy immune system and preventing and treating immune deficiency.
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Herbal support includes antistress herbs, immune tonics and digestive tonics.
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Before computerized electrodermal screening (EDS) was developed, allergies were limited to food and environmental sensitivities. Since the sophisticated EDS information technology appeared, people ...
With cold weather blanketing most of America, many people are remaining indoors and missing out on sunlight, exercise, and fresh air. Under these conditions you may be more vulnerable to catching i...