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The articles below are written by our team members to provide news, information and additional support for those interested in (or currently using) GcMAF. They are not meant to replace or supersede any medical advice or treatment, rather to share information and provide updates happening within our company and community. If you would like more information on any of these articles or what we do, please contact us here.

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The primary goal with any successful detox approach should be to help support what the body does naturally. In this article we have compiled 4 important things to be aware when it comes to detoxing and to how to integrate them into your life.

Clif High

Recently we have been helping support prominent blogger Clif High with our products. Clif was recently diagnosed with cancer and is documenting his journey using GcMAFplus as well as other treatment methods via his YouTube channel.

As a type of white blood cell that attack, eat, and destroy bacteria, macrophages play a big role in your immune system’s response to invaders. Additionally, they help your immune system adapt so that it can tackle viruses at a later date.

Green Ribbon for Lyme Disease

Below is a very special email we received recently from one of our customers. Litzy asked if we could share her story in the hope it would help give others who had Lyme Disease hope.

Tai Chi Chuan (literally Supreme Ultimate Boxing) is a Chinese internal martial art that traces its origins back to the Neo-Confucian Song Dynasty and the theories and practices of a 12th century Taoist monk named Chang Sang Feng.

The key to the morbidity and mortality of human cancer is the infiltration, dissolution and subsequent total substitution of normal tissue with tumour tissue.

It has been shown that less than 5 hours of sleep per night over extended periods of time can increase the risk of premature death by up to 15%. Find out why and what you can do about this.

Scientist doing test

In total, there have been 150 research papers published by 300 scientists on GcMAF. What follows is a summary of just some of their promising findings.