Your Body Can Heal Itself

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THOUGHTS ON YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM:

Your body is designed to HEAL ITSELF! Think about it. When you have a cut, even those that need stitches,the stitches don’t heal the cut, your immune system does.

Do you know how extraordinarily capable and complex your immune system is?

Your body is constantly exposed to chemicals, toxins, pollutants, bacteria, illness, and other stressors. 😷Your immune system, when working at its max, can fight off these intruders.

Natural killer cells, can recognize cells that have been invaded by viruses. The killer cells can bind to these infected cells and destroy them. 💪🏼

So your body will heal itself. So STOP doing the things that cause disease💊, and START doing the things that rebuild the immune system, the only system in your body that can get you well and keep you well.

Have you heard of the molecule that rebuilds your immune system? You want to educate your white blood cells so they are trained to be able to recognize potential threats, remember what to do with the threat, and then respond by getting rid of it. So many things are coming at us every day and most people operate on about 18% natural killer cell activity. I can help. I have information you deserve to know about and see for yourself. Thousands of testimonials on our research and testimonial page. PM me to be added!

To your health!! #healthy #health #immunesystem #power #molecule #nomorepain #energy #dontsettlefortired #blessing #onmyheart #immunity #healing 

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