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What exactly is "serum-derived immunoglobulin antibodies and immuno-proteins"?
My son was prescribed a supplement for acid reflux and immune system improvement.
It is from XYMOGEN (www.xymogen.com), and the product is IgG 2000 DF--Proprietary Immunoglobulin Concentrate High Potency lgG. Pharmaceutical Grade Professional Use Only.
IgG 2000 DF (TM) represents a breakthrough in immunoglobulin supplementation. it is a highly concentrated, non-dairy source of serum-derived immunoglobulin antibodies and immuno-proteins. It possesses 3 times more IgG and total immunoglobulins than colostrum and has twice as much cysteine, an important amino acid for maintaining glutathione levels.
IgG 2000 DF (TM) delivers 15 times the level of transferrin and lactoferrin than colostrum alone and one therapeutic dose of IgG 2000 DF (TM) supplies over 2000 mg of IgG.
IgG 2000 DF (TM) 1250 mg
(serum derived immunoglobulin concentrate providing IgG, IgA, IgM, IgE, IgD. Also provides Transferrins, IGF-1 and TGFB-1
Immunoglobulin G (IgG 562.5 mg
(from 1250 mg IgG (IgG)
I am interested in from what source this is taken (I assume not bovine), what exactly this includes and truthfully why would this be needed by a toddler (as proscribed by a Naturapath)?
Also, what possible harm could this include from the serum it was derived from (diease, other blood factors)?
Thank you for any assistance you can provide.
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