Hi Friends - Any football fans out there?
Article in Coffs Coast Advocate 22 Jun 2016 titled "Bird Beats Arthritis to Debut in Origin II". 21yr old Jack Bird was virtually crippled by Rheumatoid Arthritis; but his Club, Cronulla, has enough faith in him to have "forked out $26,000 a yr to cover his medical costs". So he was able to run out into Suncrop Stadium that night. Wow; that's committment.
Would pure high peptide colostrum help in these cases? Seems so: Dr Andrew Keech PhD in "Peptide Immunotherapy" p169 states: "Th1-dominant states are generally helped by PRP's"; (proline-rich polypeptides, naturally part of colostrum). "Many of them, such as rheumatoid arthritis, MS, and Crohn's disease are thought to be caused by an infection or reaction to a pathogen. If the TH1 response is an inadequate attempt of the immune system to fight off a microbe, the PRP's would augment that process and be effective in certain cases. Clinically, this is seen in certain cases, e.g. Crohn's Disease, MS, and chronic Lyme Disease, where PRP's help a TH1-dominant condition".
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