TRANSFERCEUTICAL® SCIENCE - THE SCIENCE OF 4Life TRANSFER FACTOR®
Transfer factors act as a command and control system for many components of the immune system, which help improve their efficiency and effectiveness.
4Life extracts their transfer factors from cow colostrum and chicken egg yolk sources, which are structurally identical to human transfer factors but provide humans with a more robust and diverse assortment of transfer factor molecules.
Cows and chickens live in unclean environments, drink from shared water sources, and even walk in their own feces. This environment exposes them to the elements, including more viruses, germs, pathogens, bacteria, fungi, and parasites than humans. Their immune systems must be very robust just to survive. Consuming transfer factors from cow colostrum and chicken egg yolk sources transfers their immune system experiences to us, increasing the knowledge of our own immune systems without having been exposed to the same threats.
4Life Transfer Factor products are patented, certified, and highly researched. 4Life establishes product effectiveness through collaborations with academic institutions, scientific publications, and exploratory research. Their products have been researched by institutions such as the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Auburn University, University of Missouri, Weber State University, and Utah State University, among others.
Many of 4Life's products undergo hundreds of analytical tests before being released for distribution. 4Life invests millions of dollars on state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and operates one of the most advanced analytical labs in the direct selling industry.
UltraFactor XF® is a proprietary concentrate of ultra-filtered 4Life Transfer Factor proteins and other peptides from cow colostrum.
OvoFactor® is a patent-protected concentration of 4Life Transfer Factor proteins and other peptides from chicken egg yolk.
NanoFactor® is a proprietary concentration of nano-filtered cow colostrum. It is the "intuition" of the immune system.