Articles under Thymus Hormones


  • Thymus Gland - Its Overlooked But Vital Role

    Thymus Gland - Its Overlooked But Vital Role The thymus gland (TG) is a small gland in the upper chest. It weighs one third - to one half ounce at birth, and reaches its peak weight of about 1 ounces at puberty. Thereafter, under the influence of many factors, including adrenal and sex hormones, the active TG cells begin to die off, with much of the TG tissue being gradually replaced by fat and connective tissue. Much of the healthy TG structure typically atrophies by a...
  • The thymus gland, immune health and aging

    The thymus gland, immune health and aging The thymus gland is small in size, weighing no more than 1.5 ounces and is located in the upper region of the chest. Its importance in the regulatory function of the immune system was recognised in the 1960's, when thymus gland removal in animals resulted in a distinct and progressive depression of the immune system and when left unchecked, usually resulted in the death of the animal from an uncontrollable infection. However, when thym...
  • Synergistic programs - Allergy

    Synergistic programs - Allergy How to beat those allergies with our synergistic allergy pack Allergies can become irritating or at worst debilitating enough to prevent us from conducting our lives in comfort and harmony. Whether the trigger of your allergy is pollens, house dust or another everyday substance there are common triggers at heart which include compromised immunity, inflammation and histamines. Our allergy pack is a combination of three allergy beatin...
  • Synergistic Programs - Immune System Enhancement

      Synergistic Programs - infection and the immune system   Stage 1:Biostim tablets: 1 mg. 2 times a day for 8-days, a 3-week break. Then 1 mg. a day for 8-days followed by a further 3-week break, finally 1 mg. a day for 8-days. This cycle can last for up to 12-months, although if you are very prone to infections it may be repeated at 3 to 6-month intervals. Biostimâ increases the production of white blood cells and in so doing...
  • Aging and Immunity by James South

    Aging and Immunity We live in a world of entropy. Entropy is the tendency of complex structures to gradually decay or break down with time. Entropy is one of the brute facts of existence. It is "codified" as one of the basic laws of physics: the second law of thermodynamics, which governs both living and inanimate matter. We humans normally call the process of entropy "ageing." The anti-ageing movement is literally an anti-entropy movement. Modern science has discovere...
  • Synergistic Program - Age Prevention

    What is the best way to tackle aging? How can we prevent aging’s annoyances from becoming disorders and diseases? We’ve done our best to simplify the answers for you by breaking down the protocols and products into 4 categories. We hope that you enjoy reading about this program and t...