Articles: immune function

Below are the articles associated with this topic. Click on a title to read one.

  1. Immunity and the Mind: Finding our Way Through Challenge and Crisis

    by Gina Pickersgill

    Immunity is the body's defence against illness and disease. When under attack it seeks to provide resistance to all manner of pathogens that harm the body's natural state of balance...

  2. Inflammation the Modern Day Epidemic

    by Penny Crowther

    Inflammation underlies so many chronic health conditions. From heart disease to dementia, type 2 diabetes to asthma, allergies, skin conditions, arthritis and auto immune disease, e...

  3. Introduction to Micro-immunotherapy

    by Saqib Rashid and Dr Pascal Mensah

    Micro-immunotherapy is an innovative unique healthcare approach which uses molecules specific to the immune system to regulate immune responses, in order to optimize its function an...

  4. Just How Have Covid-19 Pandemic Lockdowns Damaged Our Immune Systems

    by Suzie Sawyer

    With lockdown restrictions now significantly relaxed, wider mixing and living with COVID-19, are our immune systems primed and fit? Immune health has been on the tip of most people’...

  5. Macrophage Polarization and IDO Enzymes, Immunity, Cancer and Depression

    by Cal (Gerard) Crilly

    The subject of macrophage polarization has many practical applications in treating immune dysfunction in diseases like cancer, diabetes, chronic fatigue, AIDS, sepsis and any diseas...

  6. Mushroom Biomass: Some Clinical Implications of β-Glucans and Enzymes

    by Ana B Barros

    Mushrooms are widely appreciated all over the world for their nutritional value and medicinal properties. They have low fat, high protein and vitamin contents. Mushrooms contain sev...

  7. Optimal Immunity and Nutritional Support

    by Millie Barrett

    The human immune system is a complex structure made up of many separate parts that come together with the common goal of protecting us from disease and ill-health. Ill-health can co...

  8. Patients can do Much to Manage their Autoimmunity through Diet and Lifestyle Strategies

    by Dr Josh Redd

    Autoimmune conditions represent a significant public health concern, affecting a substantial number of individuals globally. According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases A...

  9. Plant Sterols/Sterolins for Optimum Immunity

    by Professor Patrick JD Bouic

    This article will be of interest to readers seeking help with immune-system related challenges, and to practitioners working with such individuals.

  10. Royal Jelly Healing Formulation – Adaptogenic, Anti-Ageing, Immune and Energy Enhancing Properties

    by Christopher Pogson

    Back in the early 18th century there was an Indian legend doing the rounds of Puerto Rico that a magical Fountain of Youth existed somewhere in the environs, whose curative powers w...

  11. Rusty Nail or Hypodermic Needle - Prick and Choose

    by Joel Carbonnel

    In the bacterial world, the Clostridium family is a very large one comprising about a hundred species but only Clostridium tetani (Nicolaier’s bacillus) can cause tetanus, although ...

  12. Stress and Ageing: The Micro-Immunotherapy Approach

    by Dr Lourdès Reig

    Stress has considerable effects on the immune function. Recent studies have suggested that the aging of the immune system (or immunosenescence) is, in part, closely linked to psycho...

  13. Supporting Our Immune System - Plus Divulgence

    by Alexander Barrie

    We are bombarded, information-wise, from all quarters as to how we may reduce the possibility of contracting this globally, thought to be accursed, Coronavirus, but also to learn th...

  14. The Importance of Lymphatics

    by Emma Lane

    Many people are not aware of the importance of the lymphatics system and that if it is not taken care of may cause a myriad of symptoms. Frequently these symptoms may not be recogni...

  15. The Quintessence Above the Tangible and the Mundane

    by Alexander Barrie

    If you are taken blindfolded into two different kinds of building facilities, you will almost automatically pick up the atmosphere and the ethos belonging to each.  If say, the fir...

  16. When the Immune System Attacks

    by Harry Dalford and Julie Kingston

    This article summarizes thoughts about auto-immune disorders, and their apparently rising prevalence, especially in more developed countries, in cooler latitudes. It explains the d...

1 2 Next »

ICAN 2024 Skyscraper

IFPA new logo 2015

IFA Int'l Fed Aromatherapists

top of the page