When you read articles on how to boost your immune system, do you wonder what it is going on behind the scenes – what you are actually boosting?

• What does your immune system actually do and how does it do it?
• Why should you boost your immune system?

Using non-scientific and non-medical terms, this simple, interesting, jargon-free book explains:-

How your immune system protects you, what happens when the immune system goes wrong and simple (cost-free) ways to help your body fight infections.

Immune diseases such as allergy and diabetes, as well as organ transplantation and cancer, are discussed, plus controversial treatments such as homeopathy.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

How great your immune system is

  • Natural Surveillance.
  • The Immune System talks to itself.
  • Making Memories.
  • Time to kill
  • How antibodies work.

When the immune system goes wrong.

  • Allergy.
  • What causes the allergy symptoms.
  • Autoimmunity.
  • Transplantation.
  • Preventing rejection.
  • The problems with a bone marrow transplant.

The Immune system and cancer.

  • Cancer therapy effects the immune system drastically.

Boosting the immune system..

  • Don’t worry, be happy.
  • Exercise.
  • Diet.
  • Undernourished people.
  • Excessive food intake.
  • Good Bacteria.
  • Vaccinations.
  • Homeopathy.
  • Be a bit dirty!

Conclusion

This book is part of the Simple explanations for complicated things series which has a Facebook  fan page at www.facebook.com/SimpleExplanations

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