Killer Cells in protection of your health

YOUR IMMUNOLOGY SYSTEM is a powerful, sophisticated and very cleverly organized army… a network of cells (killer cells), organs and tissues that work together to defend the body against external attacks or diseases (viruses, bacteria, toxins…)

Here’s how your personal army called “Immunity” acts and protects you!

Your personal army is made up of a variety of immune cells called “Killer Cells or NK Cells” such as T-cells, B-cells, lymphocytes, microphages, antibodies …

Cells that are top-notch specialized soldiers designed solely to kill the enemy and defend the body.

Certain tissues and organs such as the thymus, bone marrow, spleen, tonsils are the command centers where the “killer cells” are created, trained and coordinated.

Depending on which enemy is attacking (viruses, bacteria, fungi, toxins, pathogens) the immune system has different “tactics” of defense and attack for each different enemy.

The immune system has a memory to remember the enemy, the next time a virus and bacteria attack the body alarms and “killer cells” are mobilized and quickly and efficiently destroy the already known enemy.

What can we conclude?

Strong immunity means your defense system is strong and you can’t get sick.

Weak immunity means you have a weak immune system, even the most common bacteria can make you sick, and when you get sick it lasts longer.

Some fact: If the immune system does not exist inside us, we can die in 3 hours, even if our body was atacked by the most normal bacteria.

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Vancho Gjorgjiev is a team member of Meddy Bear since 2015. V.Gjorgjiev is managing the social media pages and he is the author of the Meddy Bear articles posted on the website. You can find out more about Vancho on www.gorgiev.com.