Mar 15, 2019
Wake Up Your Thymus! The thymus gland lies just beneath the breast bone. Often referred to as the "Master Gland of Immunity", it is large in infants and children and atrophies as we grow older. Lower thymic hormone levels in the blood are associated with depressed immunity and are typical of the elderly, individuals with chronic infections, auto-immune disorders, cancer, and AIDS patients. Whatever the cause, depressed immunity can lead to an increase in the frequency and severity of colds, fatigue, allergies, or the onset of opportunistic infections. As your thymus shrinks and weakens with age, the most effective and direct way to stimulate it is by consuming thymus tissue.
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