In recent years, there has been a lot of speculation around GcMAF. It is said to be able to cure many diseases including cancer, autism and HIV. These claims have not been verified by ‘mainstream’ medical science, but there are many reports of the sudden deaths of holistic doctors in the US who were said to be working on treatments using GcMAF, which you can read more about here.
So what exactly is GcMAF and why is it so special? According to Dr. Nobuto Yamamoto, who first published papers about his discovery in scientific journals that have since been retracted, the protein GcMAF (glycoprotein macrophage activating factor) has the ability to bypass the enzyme Nagalase, which is produced by cancer cells and viruses to inhibit the immune system from effectively dealing with the disease. According to this study, GcMAF also has the ability to re-activate macrophages.
This is what Wikipedia says about macrophages:
“Macrophages are a type of white blood cell that engulfs and digests cellular debris, foreign substances, microbes, cancer cells, and anything else that does not have the types of proteins specific of healthy body cells on its surface in a process called phagocytosis.”
So macrophages are a vital part of your body’s natural defensive mechanism. However, macrophages need a little ‘nudge’ to actually get to work. That is where GcMAF comes in. It ‘activates’ the macrophages to start attacking cancer cells, viruses and any other type of invaders or foreign substances. This is why GcMAF is seen by some doctors and researchers as a vital component in the treatment of diseases like cancer and HIV. By administering GcMAF, the body’s immune system can be triggered into action to fight the disease.
There are many websites that sell products related to GcMAF. These products have been subject to a lot of scrutiny from mainstream science, because according to them, the effectiveness of these products has not been proven. However, if you would like to try one of these products out for yourself, here is a GcMAF skin cream that one of our readers recommended:
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