House CallAug/Sep 2013 Issue

Immunoglobulins  & Mushrooms, Anyone?

Immunoglobulins & Mushrooms, Anyone?

Supplements as health assurance

Immunoglobulins are immune system antibodies with the capacity to confront invading threats to your health like bacteria, viruses and allergens. Different immunoglobulins made by the white blood cells address different specific threats, similar to the way a nation keeps an army, navy and air force to protect its land, coastlines and air. Immunoglobulin A (IgA), for example, primarily resides in the fluids of the body (mucous, saliva, tears, other secretions). IgA blood levels are tested when people are screened for celiac disease.

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