GcMAF (Gc Macrophage Activating Factor) is a natural protein that all healthy people naturally have inside of them. It is an immune system modulator that works by stimulating the activity of macrophages. Macrophages engulf and digest cellular debris as well as stimulate immune cells to respond to pathogens. However viruses and malignant cells like cancer release an enzyme known as Nagalase that defuse your GcMAF so that the macrophages cannot do their job and the immune system remains compromised.
Research into GcMAF has been occurring since 1990 and dozens of research papers have explored the role of extracted and purified GcMAF for a variety of conditions. Researchers and practitioners have demonstrated that GcMAF can reverse diseases that attack the immune system such as: chronic inflammation, bacterial and viral infections, chronic herpes, chronic acne, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia osteoporosis, Hodgkin’s, Lupus, MS, Parkinson’s and remarkably – autism.
85% of children with autism that use GcMAF have shown improvements in:
- Cognitive abilities including attention and focus, learning and understanding, receptiveness and awareness of the environment and both receptive and expressive language gains.
- Social Skills including willingness to interact and communicate with peers
- Behavior including less hyperactivity, less stereotypical behaviors and improved cooperation and compliance.
Vitamin D, proper nutrition and GcMAF
Vitamin D is needed to have the GcMAF work at its full potential. Some testing has shown that GcMAF works 2 ½ times faster in the presence of vitamin D. Making sure your vitamin D is at an optimum level will help maximize the impact of GcMAF. 80% of cancer patients have low levels of vitamin D.
A healthy diet that is full of lean meats and vegetables is advised during this treatment. Sugar should be avoided as well as most carbs. Following a ‘caveman’ diet is shown to bring the highest impact of GcMAF during treatment.
Testing of Nagalase to Determine if GcMAF Should Be Considered
Since viruses and diseased cells release negalase, people who have a higher level of nagalase in their body means that the immune system is not effective at dealing with invaders. Children with autism typically have nagalase levels triple the normal level.
Nagalase blood tests are available so that the number can be monitored to see the impact the GcMAF is having on the immune system. Typically if the number of nagalase in the blood is elevated, this means that GcMAF is needed to assist the immune system to get back into balance. People with normal nagalase levels typically will not benefit from GcMAF, so it is wise to get a blood test before treatment as well as periodically while on GcMAF. According to research, nagalase levels can be cut in half every eight weeks while on GcMAF.
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