28.07.2020, 09:51

Peptides in medicine

Peptides are regulators of the activity of tissue cells, organs and the whole organism.

These are very small proteins that are the keys to genes.

They are in every cell, and the cell produces them on its own. Life is impossible without peptides.

In a young and healthy person, cells independently produce the required amount of peptides. With aging and various diseases, this process is disrupted.

To restore youth and health is possible only by making up for the lack of peptides in the cells.

It is natural peptides isolated from animal organs that are most effective for humans (although there are analogs – synthetic peptides, peptides based on plant raw materials).