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Taking 4Life Transfer Factor Lung supports the respiratory system and can protect you from airborne pathogens, pollution, and bad air quality. This product is part of the Targeted Transfer Factor® line, so it also has 4Life Transfer Factor Tri-Factor® Formula to educate, enhance, and balance your immune system.*
The American Lung Association states that up to 60% of Americans live in areas where the air quality can be dangerous to one’s health.1
Features and Benefits
• Helps eliminate air pollutants in the respiratory tract*
• Supports your airway’s natural defenses against pollution-based damage*
• Reduces oxidative stress in the respiratory system during challenges such as air pollution*
• Supports breathing function*
• Helps the body deal with mental stresses caused by air pollution*
• Boosts lung function and lung tissue health*
• Helps you breathe in air pollution conditions*
• Educates, enhances, and balances the immune system with 4Life Transfer Factor Tri-Factor Formula*
• Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) – supports clear breathing and helps your respiratory system remove air pollutants and foreign particles*
• Broccoli (Brassica oleracea) – Contains a powerful antioxidant that supports detoxification in your body*
• N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) – Boosts antioxidant function in smokers and nonsmokers*
• Vitamin C – Boosts lung function, supports healthy lung tissue, and reduces oxidative stress to your respiratory system*
• Vitamin E – Acts as an antioxidant, supports breathing function, and helps reduce oxidative stress to your respiratory system*
• Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) seed extract – Provides benefits for your lungs in air pollution conditions*
• Bilberry (Vaccinium myritillus) fruit extract – Reduces oxidative stress during challenges such as air pollution*
• 4Life Transfer Factor Tri-Factor Formula – Helps educate, enhance, and balance your immune system with UltraFactor™ from cow colostrum, OvoFactor® from chicken egg yolks, and NanoFactor® from ultra-filtered cow colostrum*
Serving Size: Three (3) capsules per day
Servings Per Container: 30 (90 capsules per bottle)
Take three (3) capsules daily with 8 oz of fluid.
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