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IgE is high in this one Allergy Cell Warriors - A Pieces of Eight Tale

Monday, October 17, 2011

That IgE is a dozy of a major antibody! It is seen as a misnomer dominating fighter in allergic people. Is IgE different from the others, you ask? IgE works on a buddy system by joining with mast cells to attack foreign invaders. IgE is an acronym for a feature within white blood cell types that perform major antibody work. It is one of five classes of immunoglobulin major antibodies that scientists know of. Immunoglobulins are glycoproteins (trace sugar coated-bonded though fatty acid connections-with-and-to protein molecules). This is where the average allergic person loses nutritional support. Additional glyconutrients collaborate in the body and work in body designed patterns to prepare the IgE’s to resist lung, skin, and mucus membrane invading insects. When glyconutrients are in abundance the body can switch from off-pattern IgE flooding allergen capturing support into more appropriate action of another of the wondrous antibody soldiers. I did not know that.

This average body cell is attacked in its lifetime about 10,000 times where an antibody major or minor is needed. The body has many antibody duties and some have to be reduced in speed performance when missing nutrients are not available for high nutrient demanding IgE work. The robbing Peter to pay Paul principle; cancer is proof of this missing DNA action. Something has to give to allow such volumes of Mast cells within a malnourished limited system. To recognize that overdrive work load, feel the well known watery eyes, sneezing, wheezing, and itching or general misery resulting from heavy histamine use. This is how the release of Mast cell and IgE major antibody works before the invader can be ostracized. They are body expensive powerful tools. They are meant to help capture pesky invaders; not a lowly allergen but this is the misnomer pattern of an allergic person under the influence of high IgE counts and bouts of allergic reactions. The four other major antibodies IgA; IgD; IgG; IgM are loose or as the doctor of the book, Sugars That Heal, puts it ‘free floating.’ Allergic people produce a tremendous overproduction of mucus/ antibody carrying viscose fluids within is the IgE bonded to mast cell blood messaging. Check the lab reports. It is often seen as ‘flagged’ on a bell curve with the average in the higher echelon of normal ranges for IgE. IgE is a specialty antibody meant for deeds the other four could not execute, as effectively, against heavy hitters of vitality threatening characters like chiggers, and worms and some other body burrowing things.

Wrong moves on the chess board can spell ruin; when the body performs eradication through less appropriate use of too much power, as in the white blood cells heavy with IgE power. This puts the host into a state of misery and condones, via supply shortages, the wrong moves that other simple irritant invasion tools of IgG and IgM major antibodies could concur more efficiently. Why send the unprotected queen to capture a pawn when a protected neighboring bishop or rook will do? The body may need to be ‘retrained’ or erosion to the antibody creating factory will go into overdrive in chronic irritation and on acute bouts; a drain of precious resources meant for other body energy and body immunity duties. This is where allergy shots come into some successful effect, as part of a ‘shut-up and tolerate it’ campaign. Tolerance to the misery creations is not enough under energy stealing continuous problems sometimes.

Inflammation is familiar to us and we tend to ignore the effects until pain or loss of oxygen cause discomfort and start to dominate focus. With this kind of body stress energy demanded elsewhere become unavailable and beyond the body’s capacity to provide the necessary supply, precious nutrients are spent and each and every healthy molecule and cell must be eventually reborn, repaired or replaced. Are you getting enough nutrient support for those high antibody and histimine states? Or are you malnourished and too oxygen poor to handle these fights? Do you want to ignore allergens by promoting tolerance? Or does retraining the body to use one of the other less potent major antibodies a valid option? They are designed to attack lowly simple allergens; oh say, the IgG or IgM antibodies, as most people use, to capture and smother common allergens. Which strategy makes the most sense? Do supplies of valuable nutrients (as in glyconutrients found in fruits, vegetables, and refined supplements) to support such an effort give vitality to life and the immediate fight? Conserve strength and valuable power is what occurs during the average person’s immune performance in adequate amounts. Often just suppressing the inflammation or reduce the pain symptoms via drugs will send the problem deeper into the tissues. Scientific studies explain this. The allergen problem grows and is mediated with over-the-counter and prescription inflammation and pain relievers that actually reduce performance over time and continues to send mixed messages through the blood. Are you expecting the body to just handle it? Or are you adding vitality through potential powers of strong supply lines in the forms of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and daily essential fresh batches of amino acids and fatty acids to do their duties? The authorities of health and nutrition advice people to take-in the essential nutrients everyday. Consume the needed tools and bits of consumable wealth to encourage good health. The body can only take in so much at each event. When too much is fed all at once some is flushed and some is reserved into the tissues; in some cases toxic amounts. All in moderation my friend; essential does not mean stealing from Peter’s cells to pay Paul’s antibody debts. For long term allergy relief…Glyconutrients-to the rescue!

Inspired by the book, Sugars That Heal, by Dr. Mandoa
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