We spend our lives wondering what are the keys to good health, often forgetting that thanks to the wisdom of nature, we already benefit from an extraordinary form of protection: our immune system. Good health depends on the ability of this guardian and its sentinels to behave correctly.
The Immune system ‘guardian of our health’ engages in a constant dialogue that occurs naturally in perfect harmony, enables the body to be unrelenting towards damaging agents and tolerant towards elements that make up our tissues, or that are beneficial for us, such as intestinal flora. This, however, is reliant on a very fine balance.
Factors such as stress, poor diet, genetic alterations, age, the microorganisms themselves or even pollution can throw things off balance and, when this occurs, the functions of the immune system are impaired, and this is when disorders arise.
For example, in autoimmune diseases the immune system mistakenly attacks its own tissue, and in infections or cancer, it is unable to keep the multiplication of the infectious agent or tumour cells respectively under control.
Micro-immunotherapy provides the immune system with the tools it needs to successfully counter whatever is affecting our health.