There are many types of peptides used in medicine, sports, cosmetology. They can be synthetic, natural, vegetable, animal origin. They are ingredients in food supplements, anti aging creams, tonics, shampoos, toothpaste, capsules, injections. How can ordinary people know which of them are effective indeed?
Peptides are chains of amino acids. In other words, they are small proteins - essential building blocks of our body.
Any diseases is a cell pathology. It is crucial for the body to get a constant peptide supply. Despite its size, these small chains are vital biological entities capable to trigger cell restoration process, activate body resources, prevent diseases, inflammations, aging. They are non-toxic and do not cause allergy.
What peptides do:
- Cell rejuvenation
- Eliminate causes of disease
- Immunity strengthening
- Protein synthesis regulation
- Inter cellular information transfer
- diseases, disorders
- digestive disorders
- neoplasms and diabetes
- heavy metals accumulation
Their mechanism of action could be compared to a key and a lock. Each peptide has a specialization, its target organ’s cell as a key matches its lock. It penetrates a cell and launches the rejuvenation reactions.
As a result, the organism launches its natural bioregulation and regeneration on a cellular level. The effect is soft and long-lasting.
Types of peptides
Synthetic peptides are actively used by athletes. They do not trigger regeneration mechanisms but simply create a cellular corset. They are good for a quick effect and fast muscles mass gaining.
Natural peptides of vegetable origin are often used in cosmetology and have a surface effect.
Natural peptides of animal origin trigger cell regeneration processes and are used in medicine for therapeutic purposes.