Researchers have found the ‘bad’ cells that cause allergic reactions
By Mon., Aug. 7, 2017
Use the link to read the whole article. In short a team of researchers in Seattle has found a way to distinguish the “bad” immune-system cells that trigger allergies from “good” immune cells that fight infection. They also showed that effective allergy therapy banishes the bad cells from the body.
“If you are allergic, you have those bad cells,” said lead author Erik Wambre. “If you are not allergic, you don’t.”
This might explain why people who raise GLUTATHIONE in their bodies through supplementation with the correct precursors, seem to become less allergic over time. GLUTATHIONE mends or removes “bad” cells and promotes an environment producing an abundance of “good” immune cells.