GcMAF Protein-derived Macrophage Activating Factor
GcMAF (Gc Protein derived Macrophage Activating Factor) occurs naturally in our bodies and activates macrophages to destroy cancerous cells and foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses. Serious illnesses like cancer, HIV and viral hepatitis destroy GcMAF and so neutralizes our immune system´s capability to defend itself. This allows the disease to progress uncontrolled.
Vitamin D binding protein is also known as Gc Protein. It is produced in our body, mainly in the liver, especially when we are exposed to the sun. This binding protein binds to 25 (OH) vitamin D in our body for transport and storage. There are different forms of Vitamin D BP, the most dominant being non-glycosylated 656 Da proteins. Vitamin DBP is the most important scavenger of extracellular G-actin, important in liver disease. Vitamin DBP activates macrophages through GaINAc- modified Gc Protein. Vitamin DBP has virtually no impact on the distribution, uptake, activation profile, or biological potency of the hormone vitamin D in our body, so too much is unlikely to be a problem. Vitamin D binding protein is the basic macrophage activating factor in our body.