Immune system

Dr. John Martin of the University of Colorado famous for amazing results obtained in studying the effects of selenium on experimental animals. It turned out that a mouse whose first, for scientific purposes, caused cancer, and then were given in appropriate doses, selenium, began to develop in 20 and 30 times more antibodies than mice in the control group. The same results were obtained in Krakow clinic of Hematology. The ability of selenium to force the body to produce antibodies, hence, increase the immunity in case of threat of the infection, most likely, it is possible to explain the mechanism of action of this trace element in the organism as a "fire brigade". Such is the role of vitamin E. Therefore, the body's resistance to infections, including the viruses that cause cancer, depends to a great extent on food.